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The SCAD Museum of Art serves students and visitors alike as a teaching museum with twin goals of enriching the high caliber of education SCAD provides its students and reaching out to the Savannah community and beyond. The SCAD Museum of Art showcases work by acclaimed artists, providing opportunities for students from all majors to learn from art world luminaries and expand their artistic points of view. Historic Map E-2
January 29 - February 7 Return to America's most beloved decade of music when every song on the radio was a hit. The band is rockin' and the cast is twistin' the night away with over 50 of your favorite rock and roll classics. Wednesdays, Fridays, Sundays, and a Saturday matinee.. Call the box office for show times. "A must-see while in Savannah" says TripAdvisor.com. Historic Map #7.
Sit riverside & enjoy your meal in an 1850s King Cotton Warehouse. River House features some of the finest signature items made from fresh local seafood, including Pecan Encrusted Tilapia & Low-Country Grits w/ Tasso Gravy. Homemade breads & desserts like their famous Chocolate Cheesecake baked on premise. Mail-order available on many of their classic pies, cakes & breads. Historic Map A/B-3/4.
This National Historic Landmark tells the story of antebellum life in Savannah, taking visitors on a tour of a prominent southern home and one of the oldest intact urban slave quarters in the South. Designed by British architectural prodigy William Jay, the museum highlights one of the finest examples of English Regency architecture in the country. Guided tours all day long led by professional interpreters. Historic Map #20.
Savannah, the sultry gem of the Old South is an experience that will stay with you forever. A walking city beloved for its enchanted squares with moss-draped trees, romantic Savannah always seems to hit a cord in the heartstrings of every visitor.
The one-mile square historic district is like a world unto itself. Take the time to stroll along brick and cobblestone sidewalks that wind past historic houses with secret gardens. Discover fine shops and galleries, awe-inspiring churches, fascinating museums and fabulous restaurants.
Make time for a trip to "Savannah's Beach," Tybee Island. A mere 18 miles from downtown, Tybee has a distinctively laid-back character where dolphins play off the breakers, treasure hunters look for shells and families enjoy miles of white sand beaches.
Being a local myself, I've always felt Savannah coexists well with the new because its residents have a deep respect for its history and culture. The people are a vital part of the experience. The pace is slower than other cities its size, but that is part of the charm. It casts a warm spell on visitors, one that keeps them coming back.
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