This museum offers you over 4,500 pieces of artwork ranging from drawings, paintings and sculptures to photography, prints and haute couture. Like many buildings and places in Savannah, this museum has a history of its own. It was once housed in an 1856 Greek Revival structure. Today the SCAD is a teaching museum that has also undergone an impressive restoration that includes beautiful new galleries, classrooms and a theatre.
Fort McAllister is 1,725 acres of gorgeous Southern landscape, some stretches being adjacent to the Atlantic Ocean, while other parts stretch along the Ogeechee River. Salt marshes and live oak trees dot the premises, but are ultimately just a backdrop to the real draw of the park: the best preserved earthwork fortification of the Confederate Army. Also located on the park's grounds is a museum which features civil war artifacts.
This theatre is great for all ages and perfect for a visit any time of year, as it hosts live shows year round. We're talking Broadway style, professional level shows complete with singers, dancers, actors and a 5-piece live band! Popular shows include Return to the Fifties, Southern Nights, Beat Goes On, and A Christmas Tradition. Enjoy a night in this lovely, historical theatre watching a high quality, fun performance with your friends or family.
If the exterior doesn't "wow" you, then the interior will. The extent to which this Roman Catholic church has been restored is tremendous and the hard work paid off. It is absolutely worth a visit, even if just a short one in order to take some quick pictures of the outside and inside. There are plenty of marble columns, breathtaking stained glasswork in the windows, and ornate woodwork to wonder at.
If you're looking to go somewhere as a precursor to a great night out on the town in Savannah, the Olde Pink House is where you want to go. It has a fancy upstairs, or a cozier downstairs depending on your taste, and the food and staff here have received great reviews from customers. It also features live, nightly entertainment and authentic southern cuisine.
Southern comforts and Georgian charm go together like mashed potatoes and gravy. Things might move a little slower in Georgia, from the way people talk, walk, and cook; that doesn’t mean you’ll ever be bored, however. Georgia has lots of great things...