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Georgia - List of Tourist Attractions - Tourism & Travel
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In Savannah, Georgia, tour the
Andrew Low home
that was the home of Girl Scouts founder Juliette Gordon Low now a
Stroll through gardens and see the oldest and largest collection of Bamboo in America at the Bamboo Farm and Coastal Gardens.
Visit the Beach Institute African American Museum and Cultural Center. It was established in 1867 and is the oldest operating school for African Americans.
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Take a self guided tour of the Bonaventure cemetery where Savannah's
most famous are buried.
Discover the oldest Catholic Church in Georgia. Tour the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, dedicated in 1876.
Stroll through gardens and see an 1840s farmhouse at the Chatham county Garden Center and Botanical Gardens.
See Christ Church where John Wesley once preached and established the first Sunday school in 1736.
While in Savannah Georgia, walk through the burial grounds at Colonial Park Cemetery where it
is believed that Button Gwinnette, a signer of the Declaration of
Independence is buried.
Play poker, roulette, craps and the slot machines at Diamond Casino Cruise Ship.
Visit the First African Baptist Church which was founded in 1773 and believed to be the oldest African American church in North America.
Go to see the Flannery O'Connor childhood Home. It was built in 1856.
Stop at the Civil War Fort Pulaski National Monument to the fort
that was built to guard the sea approach to Savannah, GA.
See the Girl Scouts First Headquarters, now a museum.
Learn about marine life at one of the largest near shore live bottom reefs in the southeast. Go to Gray's Reef National Marine Sanctuary located 20 miles off Sapelo Island.
Attend a performance at the historic
Savannah Theatre built in 1818.
Catch sight of 1820s domestic life in a Federal style home at the Isaiah Davenport House Museum.
See the Juliette Gordon Low birthplace National Historic Landmark. This landmark includes the original Gordon family furniture.
Visit the King Tisdell Cottage, a museum displaying contributions of African Americans to American society.
See performances at the
Lucas Theatre of the Arts, a historic
theater in the heart of downtown Savannah, GA.
Stop at the 260 year old Lutheran Church of the ascension.
Learn about the 19th century classroom at the Massie Heritage Interpretation Center.
Hike nature trails and see wildlife at the Oatland Island Education center. This is considered to be Savannah's zoo with 175 acres of coastal natural habitats.
Find out about the Revolutionary War battery at Old Fort Jackson.
Look at the monument placed at Savannah's Riverfront to commemorate
the 1996 Olympic Yachting Venue at Olympic Cauldron.
Discover African American heritage at Ralph Mark Gilbert civil Rights Museum.
Take a riverboat cruise. Enjoy live entertainment and dancing on board.
See the oldest and largest railroad site in America at the Roundhouse Railroad Museum.
See a baseball game at Savannah Sand Gnats Baseball.
Check out the Savannah Ogeechee Canal Museum and Nature center.
Learn about the Savannah Rier and the Ogeechee River waterway
Explore exhibits about maritime culture, ships and commerse at the Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum.
Go to the Savannah History Museum. See a video presentation and
exhibits about the city from colonial days to present.
Explore history at the Wormsloe Historic Site. Travel ten miles from the historic district to the ruins of this 1736 colonial estate.
Go camping, hiking, birding, swimming at the Skidaway Island State Park. See a replica of a Giant Ground Sloth fossil.
Visit the Telfair
museum of art. See paintings, sculpture and other
Discover African American art, photography, Southern art and outdoor sculpture at the Jepson Center of the Arts museum.
Hike trails in the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge. See wildlife.
Take a picnic.Look at items made by slaves, and antiques at the Telfair's Owens
Take a ghost tour of Savannah.
Learn about marine life at UGA's saltwater aquarium. Walk nature trails.
Visit Sherman's headquarters at the St. Johns Church and Parish House.