Peruse thousands of paintings and sculptures, including the famous “bird girl” statue, at the three locations of Georgia’s oldest fine art museum.
It's hard to believe now, but in 1954, historic Savannah seemed about to disappear. In particular, the Davenport House was slated for destruction--to put up a parking
"Ensuring a Future for Georgia's Past" A wonderful description of the 160-year-old organization. Located on the corner of Forsyth Park, this small museum has a wonderful
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Housed in the former passenger station of the Central Georgia Railroad are both the Savannah Visitor Center and the Savannah History Museum.
Every thirty minutes there
You begin your guided tour of the Davenport House in the basement gift store, and a fine gift store it is. Tours begin every thirty minutes and last between 30 and 40
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