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Savannah History Museum
303 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd (Louisville Road)
"Did you know? The museum occupies the former Central of Georgia Railway passenger shed, built in the 1870s. It’s built on the site of the Revolutionary War Battle of Savannah, fought in October 1779."
Massie Heritage Center
207 E Gordon St
"Savannah’s first free public school, operating continuously from 1856 until 1974 except for its use as a Union hospital during the Civil War and as a Freedmen’s school during Reconstruction."
14 W Macon St (Bull St)
"A beautiful example of Gothic Revival Architecture. It's a must see when visiting Savannah. I would skip the tour though unless you get the student price because seeing inside just isn't worth $7."
Forsyth Park Fountain
Drayton St (Gaston St)
"Hang out in the shade here on the benches during hot afternoons. You might catch some amazing local musicians. At a minimum, enjoy the relaxing fountain and people watching."
Drayton St (btwn Gaston & Park St)
"One of the main parks in Savannah. Walking path around the park is 1 mile. Located next to SCAD. Plenty of space for you to relax, play soccer, etc."
Bull St (Between Gordon St and Taylor St)
"Best place to read a book in peace."
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