Savannah History Museum is a must visit spot for history lovers of the city, the museum is located in an old passenger station of the Georgia railroad in Savannah, Georgia. The museum features many exhibits revealing the culture and history of the city and houses more than 10,000 artifacts. The museum exhibits shed light on Savannah's role in the revolutionary war, the civil war and the industrial and cultural growth of the city. The museum is open daily to self-guided tours.
Things to Do
- The Savannah history museum is located in the 19th-century passenger depot of the old central of Georgia Railway, the museum features unique historic exhibits and artifacts.
- The museum history spans from 1733 to the present, a short film in the beginning of your tour shares history of the city of Savannah from it's founding in 1733.
- Learn about the native American culture of Savannah, see a 1902 automobile, awards and accolades of famous musicians and actors, and learn more with a trivia quiz.
- Children can spend time in the hands-on children's exhibit, families can enjoy some creative sketching in the sketch studio.
- There are many military related artifacts from the revolutionary war, civil war and a carriage owned by girls scout founder, Juliette Gordon.
- Grab a lunch at the Whistle stop cafe, opened daily.
Savannah History Museum Insider Tips
- Children ages 6 and under enter for free.
- Restrooms are available.