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Top 9 Events to Attend this February in Savannah

1. Gray’s Reef Film Festival  Filmmakers will be showing their documentaries that explore ocean secrets, exciting creatures and underwater freedom while highlighting[...]
1. Gray’s Reef Film Festival  Filmmakers will be showing their documentaries that explore ocean secrets, exciting creatures and underwater freedom while highlighting[...]

10 Savannah Black Heritage Festival Events That You Don’t Want to Miss

The Savannah Black Heritage Festival is back for its 28th consecutive year! This month-long festival is full of performances, exhibits and activities that attract a[...]
The Savannah Black Heritage Festival is back for its 28th consecutive year! This month-long festival is full of performances, exhibits and activities that attract a[...]

A Closer Look at the Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum

Savannah is revered by the nation for her rich and multifaceted history. Integral to the threads of Savannah’s legacy are the contributions[...]
Savannah is revered by the nation for her rich and multifaceted history. Integral to the threads of Savannah’s legacy are the contributions[...]

The 7 Wonders of Savannah

As of now, there are only seven wonders of the world to date. Between historical monuments, natural wonders and beautiful buildings, Savannah has[...]
As of now, there are only seven wonders of the world to date. Between historical monuments, natural wonders and beautiful buildings, Savannah has[...]

8 Historic Savannah Sites That Everyone Should See

America’s first planned city was established in 1733 by British General James Oglethorpe as a place of hope and refuge for Britain’s[...]
America’s first planned city was established in 1733 by British General James Oglethorpe as a place of hope and refuge for Britain’s[...]
One of Savannah's most meticulously restored homes on Monterey Square.

Experience Savannah’s Preservation Story

In 1955, the impending destruction of the Isaiah Davenport House, the stately 1820s brick home on Columbia Square spurred the formation of[...]
In 1955, the impending destruction of the Isaiah Davenport House, the stately 1820s brick home on Columbia Square spurred the formation of[...]
The Second African Baptist Church of Savannah [Photo Credit: For 91 Days]

Throwback Thursday: Special Field Order #15

On January 16, 1865, General Sherman issued Special Field Order #15 in a field on the outskirts of Savannah. Shortly thereafter, General[...]
On January 16, 1865, General Sherman issued Special Field Order #15 in a field on the outskirts of Savannah. Shortly thereafter, General[...]
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February Celebrates Savannah’s Black Heritage

Guest Blog Post by Patrick Mastrianni, interning with Visit Savannah from Kennesaw State As a person of faith, I have found it[...]
Guest Blog Post by Patrick Mastrianni, interning with Visit Savannah from Kennesaw State As a person of faith, I have found it[...]
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