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Doors of Savannah’s Historic District

During any Savannah stroll, something will catch your eye and make you stop and stare. Many times, that something is a door.

When you roam around the squares, ramble the streets and lanes in the Historic and Victorian Districts, the color, size, texture and charm of so many doors invite you to stop on the sidewalk and take a closer look.

In the weeks and months ahead, we’ll be sure to capture and share more of Savannah’s spectacular, colorful, creative and sometimes quirky doors. For now, we’ll start with these ten doors.

For even more photo-worthy doors, follow our Savannah Doors Pinterest board.

3 E. Gordon St.

E. Gordon Street

423 & 425 Bull Street on Monterey Square

Bull Street on Monterey Square

113 W. Jones Street

W. Jones Street

Alex Raskin Antiques, 3 W. Gordon Street

Alex Raskin Antiques, W. Gordon Street

St. John's Episcopal Church on Madison Square

St. John’s Episcopal Church, Bull Street on Madison Square

11 E. Jones Street

E. Jones Street

109 W. Perry Street

W. Perry Street

201 E. Gaston Street

E. Gaston Street

Magnolia Hall, 507 Whitaker Street

Magnolia Hall, Whitaker Street

19 E. Gordon Street

E. Gordon Street

 

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5 Responses to “Doors of Savannah’s Historic District”

  1. Diane says:

    I love the last one. The intricate detailing on the gate with the light over it is gorgeous. What art work!

  2. Jewel says:

    I am coming to Savannah in October. I saved all your posts from FB. Road trip from Ca. to your city, my friend is 80 and I am 73. Wish us luck!

  3. Lynn says:

    I will be there Aug. 2017 and can’t wait to check out Savannah. Has been on my bucket list for a long time. I love to photograph doors so thanks for posting this article. I am now following you Doors of Savannah page on Pinterest.

    See you soon Savannah!

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