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  • 1 Owens-Thomas House Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    124 Abercorn St. USA - Savannah, GA 31401

    Belle of Oglethorpe Square, the Owens-Thomas House is considered one of architect William Jay's finest works—and the only unaltered example of his surviving designs. Now administered by the Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences, this house was complet..

  • 2 Factors Walk Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    USA - Savannah, GA 31401

    Shops and restaurants now occupy the riverfront warehouses along Bay Street (between Bay & Rivers Sts.), surrounding Factors Walk, a 19C center of cotton commerce. Here cotton traders would buy and sell from the bridgeways that connect the offices on..

  • 3 Historic District Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    USA - Savannah, GA 31401

    James Oglethorpe's revered original city plan incorporates a series of 21 grassy squares connected by broad thoroughfares and edged with stately 19C examples of Greek Revival, Federal, Regency and Georgian architecture. Today these plazas are preserv..

  • 4 Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences Interesting

    Museums and art

    121 Barnard St. USA - Savannah, GA 31401

    Another creation of William Jay, the Regency-style mansion was initially built in 1818 as the home of Alexander Telfair. The expanded structure now houses a noteworthy collection of works by members of the Ash Can school—Robert Henri, George Luks and..

  • 5 Andrew Low House Interesting

    Museums and art

    329 Abercorn St. USA - Savannah, GA 31401

    In 1848 wealthy cotton merchant Andrew Low commissioned John Norris to create this Classical house with its elaborate cast-iron balconies. Low's daughter-in-law, Savannah-born Juliette Gordon Low (1860-1927), founded the Girl Scouts USA—the world's l..

  • 6 First African Baptist Church Interesting

    Religious buildings

    23 Montgomery St. USA - Savannah, GA 31401

    Established in 1773 by freed slave George Leile, this church is considered the oldest black Baptist church in North America. By 1826 church members had established the first African-American Sunday School in the US. The current structure was built in..

  • 7 Scarbrough House Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    41 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. USA - Savannah, GA 31401

    A block west of City Market, a charming garden invites visitors into this 1819 Regency villa designed by English architect William Jay. Today the villa houses the Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum which presents nautical history and seafaring culture ..

  • 8 Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    41 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. USA - Savannah, GA 31401

    A block west of City Market, a charming garden invites visitors into Scarbrough House, an 1819 Regency villa designed by famed English architect William Jay. Today the villa houses a maritime museum, which presents nautical history and seafaring cult..

  • 9 City Market

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    219 W Bryan St # 207 USA - Savannah, GA 31401

    There's always something doing at City Market. Listen to live music, catch a carriage tour, sample the shops or relax at the outdoor cafes at this lively marketplace.

  • 10 Davenport House

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    324 E. State St. USA - Savannah, GA 31401

    When threatened by demolition, this fine two-story Federal structure became a rallying point for citizens interested in preserving Savannah's stately homes. The community effort resulted in saving the home and establishing the Historic Savannah Found..

  • 11 Mercer House

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    429 Bull St. USA - Savannah, GA 31401

    This stately Italianate mansion overlooks Savannah's Monterey Square. It was designed by New York architect John Norris and became famous as a crime scene. It was in this house in 1981 that resident antiques dealer Jim Williams was accused of fatally..

  • 12 Savannah History Museum

    Museums and art

    303 Martin Luther King. Jr.. Blvd. USA - Savannah, GA 31401

    The Savannah History Museum showcases the the city's history from its founding in 1733 when English army officer and philanthropist James Oglethorpe and group of more than 100 settlers landed at Yamacraw Bluff above the Savannah River.

  • 13 Savannah Visitor Information Center

    Museums and art

    301 Martin Luther King. Jr.. Blvd. USA - Savannah, GA 31401

    Begin your visit of Savannah at the visitors center, where you can catch one of the popular trolley tours.

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