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Andrew Low House

Built on a trust lot facing Lafayette Square, the house, enhanced by its original mid-nineteenth century garden, provides a glimpse of the genteel life of nineteenth-century Savannah in an urban setting.

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Birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low, National Historic Landmark Birthplace

Experience the extraordinary at Savannah’s MUST-SEE Destination! Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace, Savannah’s first Registered National Historic Landmark.

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Cathedral of St. John the Baptist

An excellent example of French Gothic architecture. Elegantly restored, the church is regularly called "breathtaking" and "amazing"! TripAdvisor rated us #6 on its list of Top 10 US Attractions.

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Davenport House Museum

Visiting the Davenport House is essential in experiencing the history of Savannah and its historic preservation renaissance.

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First African Baptist Church

First African Baptist Church is a registered historic landmark in the National Registry of Historic Landmarks and Places.

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Fort Pulaski National Monument

Fort Pulaski, where in 1862 during the American Civil War, the Union Army successfully tested a rifled cannon, the success of which rendered brick fortifications obsolete.

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Georgia Historical Society

Georgia Historical Society (GHS) is the premier independent statewide institution responsible for collecting, examining, and teaching Georgia history. GHS houses the oldest and most distinguished collection of materials related exclusively to Georgia history in the nation. Founded in 1839, the Georgia Historical Society is the oldest continuously operated historical society in the South.

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Green - Meldrim House of St. John's Church

The house is open to the public for tours on selected days.

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Harper Fowlkes House

" Savannah's Historic Harper Fowlkes House is a grand southern home left to the Society of the Cincinnati in the State of Georgia by Alida Harper Fowlkes."

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Mercer House Carriage Shop & Museum

In 1969, Jim Williams, one of Savannah’s earliest and most dedicated private restorationists, bought the then vacant house and began a two-year restoration. This house is one of the more than 50 houses Mr. Williams saved during his thirty-year career in historic restoration in Savannah and the Lowcountry.

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Old Fort Jackson

Founded in 1975, Coastal Heritage Society (CHS) currently manages: Old Fort Jackson and Tricentennial Park which includes Georgia State Railroad Museum, Savannah History Museum & Battlefield Memorial Park, the WhistleStop Cafe and Savannah Children's Museum's Exploration Station

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Owens - Thomas House

The Owens-Thomas House is Savannah's most popular historic home. Guided tours highlight one of the finest examples of English Regency architecture, rare urban slave quarters, and period furnishings.

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The Flannery O'Connor Home Foundation, Inc.

A museum house dedicated to the work and life of the acclaimed novelist and short story writer now widely considered one of the most important writers of the 20th century.

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