Attractions in Historic Savannah
While visiting the historic district of Savannah you were certainly want to get out and explore some of the attractions that Savannah has to offer. There are many places you can visit, many things to do without even leaving the historic district. From Savannah’s Museums to her Historic Homes, there are plenty of things to see and attractions in Savannah.
A visit to historic Savannah isn’t complete with a trip to Bonaventure Cemetery. Bonaventure is considered one of the most beautiful cemeteries in the country.
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Historic Savannah Theatre
The Savannah Theatre is the perfect place to catch a show or play while visiting Savannah. They rotate their shows year-round, providing entertainment to the masses!
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Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist is one of the most impressive buildings in historic Savannah Georgia.
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Forsyth Park is a favorite spot for locals and tourists alike. The famous fountain inside of Forsyth park is one of the most photographed landmarks in the whole city.
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Colonial Park Cemetery
Colonial Park Cemetery is the oldest Cemetery in Savannah Georgia which still exists. Many famous Savannahians can be found buried in the Colonial Park Cemetery. Burials date back to the mid-1700’s.
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First African Baptist Church
On of the most historic buildings in all of Savannah, the First African Baptist Church should be on the list of buildings to tour for any history buff visiting Savannah.
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The Mercer Williams House
This Savannah attraction is one of the most recognizable houses in historic Savannah. Today, tours are offered in the historic and famous house on Monterey Square.
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