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Add These Museums to Your Savannah Bucket List

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Beat the Savannah heat by spending time inside cool indoor museums, or enjoy the sunshine by wandering around Savannah's outdoor museums. Either way, you'll learn something new and see places you've never seen before -- the perfect recipe for an eye-opening Savannah adventure.

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Davenport House Museum

Visiting the Davenport House is essential in experiencing the history of Savannah and its historic preservation renaissance. This 1820 Federal-style dwelling was built by Isaiah Davenport and his crew for his growing household. The Davenport House is one of the oldest brick structures in the city, and its furnishings and artifacts display a glimpse of home life in the 1800s.

02

Georgia State Railroad Museum

Bring the whole family to the Georgia State Railroad Museum to explore historic railcars firsthand. Hop on board a historic steam or diesel locomotive for a fun and educational site tour. History is way more fun when you can take it for a ride!

03

Pin Point Heritage Museum

Experience the Gullah/Geechee culture first hand. Explore the refurbished museum complex and experience multimedia presentations, exciting exhibits and unparalleled views of the marsh. View the video above to learn more about Pin Point Heritage Museum.

04

Jepson Center for the Arts

The Jepson Center for the Arts opened to the public in 2006, and features over 7,500 square feet of gallery space for major traveling exhibitions of contemporary art and installations of works from the permanent collection. 

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Tybee Island Marine Science Center

The Tybee Island Marine Science Center offers many opportunities for responsible handling of artifacts and marine creatures. Touch fiddler crabs, horseshoe crabs and hermit crabs in the center’s Touch Tank. Beach and marsh nature tours are led by marine scientists who will teach you about Tybee Island ecology.

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Savannah Children's Museum

This outdoor museum features over a dozen exhibits designed to expand the imaginations of children including an exploration maze, a reading nook and a sensory garden. Check out the video above to see how you and your kids can experience the Savannah Children's Museum.

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