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Best things to do in Savannah

Café
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“Interesting blend of coffee shop favorite with tex mex lunch/dinner options. This place is incredibly popular, a big reason being that it's in an old historic home. Enjoy this comfortable interior or sit outside in their secluded courtyard.”
64 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“1 ticket - 3 awesome museums: The Jepson Center, the Telfair Accademy, and the Owens-Thomas House and Slave Quarters”
29 locals recommend
Other Great Outdoors
“Granduer Oak Avenue. Tabby Ruins of Fort Wymberly and Battery Wymberly, the site of military fortifications. Also, can you guess what Movie was filmed here on site?”
29 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“The Jepson is part of the Telefair Museum in downtown Savannah. It has more modern art and installations for viewing.”
30 locals recommend
Museum
“SCAD(Savannah College of Arts and Design) played an integral role in the historical preservation of Savannah. Make sure to check out the Jepson Center, too.”
16 locals recommend
Museum
“The most bang for your buck if you get the pass for all three. Located downtown, includes the modern collection at the Jepson, the Historic collection at Telfair (a former home, itself), and the preeminent historic home tour at Owen’s-Thomas house. Beautiful art museum Jepson is modern w kid’s activities; Telfair is historic, and Owens-Thomas House included. ”
21 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Featuring jewelry, accessories, home decor, and fine art designed by SCAD students, alumni, and faculty, ShopSCAD is always worth a visit. Fun fact...they opened a second location in Lacoste, France in 2014. ”
8 locals recommend
Museum
“Birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low and owned and operated by Girl Scouts of USA. This Wayne-Gordon Home was built between 1818-1821.”
12 locals recommend
Museum
“I could spend days here learning about the founding of Savannah and its contributions to the world. Also, Free parking which is hard to find in the downtown Historic District.”
11 locals recommend
Museum
“Step back in time and understand the importance of the railroad to and from Savannah. It is also the location of the Visitors Center.”
7 locals recommend
Museum
“This house was built in 1820 by the owner Isaiah Davenport. It's Georgian and Federal Architecture. A must see if you love history”
6 locals recommend
Museum
“The Pin Point Heritage Museum, located in the old A.S. Varn & Son Oyster and Crab Factory, offers a chance to experience the Gullah/Geechee culture first hand. For nearly 100 years, the community of Pin Point was quietly isolated on the banks of the Moon River just south of Savannah, but now the museum offers a chance to explore its history. ”
5 locals recommend
Museum
“Our oldest art museum, housed in a William Jay-designed mansion, Consider buying the combination ticket which allows you entrance to the nearby Owens-Thomas House museum and the modern Jepson Center for the Arts.”
7 locals recommend
Museum
“A staple on the tourist circuit, this home museum has been the stuff of legend since the release of Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.”
4 locals recommend
History Museum
“Their mission is: To preserve for all Americans the stories of courage, character and patriotism displayed by the men and women of the Eighth Air Force from World War II”
2 locals recommend
Museum
“Spend a day with the kids for some fun filled education of the history of America and how it became the land of the free.”
5 locals recommend