Unique Savannah Venues that Can Accommodate Groups
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When hosting a meeting in Savannah, local wisdom says to think outside the boardroom. With southern ambiance, awe-inspiring natural beauty and historic character to spare, planners should have no trouble finding a venue as unforgettable as the city itself. Here are just a few to add to your list.
Charles H. Morris Center at Trustees’ Garden
Old Fort Jackson
A field trip and event space all in one, Old Fort Jackson invites attendees to take a stroll through history. This 200-year-old fort (the oldest of its kind in Georgia) can accommodate groups of all sizes, and guests will love exploring the ramparts, cannons, tunnels and sweeping Savannah River views. Old Fort Jackson is operated by the Coastal Heritage Society, which runs a variety of venues around Savannah.
Savannah Riverboat Cruise
Three meeting-friendly museums make up the Telfair family, each with its own unique charms. The Telfair Academy is the South’s oldest public art museum, and its soaring rotunda is a go-to for artful events. Just across Telfair Square, the sleek, modern Jepson Center for the Arts features a 200-seat auditorium, three-story atrium with grand staircase and outdoor terraces. A few blocks east, the Owens-Thomas House is a good choice for smaller groups. Once the residence of a prominent Savannah family, this English Regency mansion has an elegant parterre garden that can be reserved for gatherings of up to 100 guests.