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Tricentennial Park is 3 museums in 1 convenient downtown location: Georgia State Railroad Museum, Savannah Children's Museum & Savannah History Museum! Each bring Savannah to life - past and present!
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COVID-19 Safety Measures
Open-air historic site with plenty of space for safe social distancing. For the safety of all staff and guests, we will be observing social distancing protocols and implementing enhanced sanitizing procedures. We strongly urge guests to wear masks and adhere to public health safety protocols. We will be also limiting capacity to 20 guests at a time, so please call ahead to check availability.
Took our 2 kids (4 & 6) and loved it! The museum wasn’t crowded, lots of open space to safely walk around unmasked, a few open trains to climb onboard and explore. There’s also a blacksmith...
257theresas | Jul 1, 2021
“Great for Grandkids ( and grandparents, too)”
Bring the grandkids! You can climb on the trains, see a real roundhouse, self pump a handcar! Passionate guide. Anyone who is a fan of Thomas the Tank Engine would enjoy this place. And it is next to...
blairkk25 | Jun 28, 2021
“Worth a visit if you have time, like trains and the weather is good”
I visited the Georgia State Railroad Museum in June 2021 during my visit to Savannah. There are a lot of old railroad cars and locomotives which you can see from the outside as you walk around the...