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Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum

41 MLK Jr Blvd, Savannah, GA 31401

Located in Historic Landmark District

Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum
Museums / Offsite Venues / Outdoor Venues / Film Wrap Parties
Info & Amenities

Its stately gardens are located at the historic Scarbrough House built in 1819. Gardens are open free to the public, free WiFi, 7 days a week. Gardens are also available for private rental.

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Amenities Include: 192 Square Foot Green Room
Catering Preparation Room
ADA RestRooms
Internal Sound and Lighting
In-House Bar Service
Eco-friendly

Weddings

Wedding rentals are available using the entire compound of Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum, which encompasses two acres of garden venue space in the Historic District of downtown Savannah. The North Garden and Scarbrough House Garden serve as lush ceremony and reception space for weddings. The use of the entire facility is included in the rental cost.

Facilities
North Garden Assembly Room
  • Dimensions: 60x90 ft.
  • Square Feet: 5,400 sq. ft.
  • Banquet Capacity: 350
  • Theater Capacity: 550
The Scarbrough Garden
  • Banquet Capacity: 100
  • Theater Capacity: 250
Reviews
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TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
nadinebryant | Oct 6, 2021
“Very interesting”

If you enjoy the history of ships this is a good place to go. The displays they have are awesome. I have read about some of the ships they have on display, but then being able to see the display of...

Natandjaan | Sep 11, 2021
“Nice collection of model ships from Savanah”

Nice museum in a historic mansion. Lots of models of the various Savanah line ships. Interesting visit and well maintained / clean.

Heatherb12094 | Aug 29, 2021
“Cool Place”

Great museum! We found it on Groupon and decided to give this a try. The building and grounds are beautiful. I wasn’t completely interested in the topics but still enjoyed the experience and learned...