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Top things to do in Savannah

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Ranked #91 of 107 attractions in Savannah
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
In the middle of this city square is an astrolabe, an astronomical sphere.
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Ranked #92 of 107 attractions in Savannah
Category: Fountains; Landmarks
The historic customs house from Savannah's old days as the colonial capital.
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Ranked #93 of 107 attractions in Savannah
Category: Art Galleries
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Ranked #94 of 107 attractions in Savannah
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
City square named for Benjamin Franklin where visitors can visit the First African Baptist Church.
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Ranked #95 of 107 attractions in Savannah
Category: Boat Tours; Casinos
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Ranked #96 of 107 attractions in Savannah
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
The only square in Savannah still fenced in (they all were once).
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Ranked #97 of 107 attractions in Savannah
Category: Art Museums; Museums
Once a school for freed slaves after the Civil War, today it displays African American art.
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Ranked #98 of 107 attractions in Savannah
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
City square named for the Revolutionary war hero General Nathanael Greene.
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Ranked #99 of 107 attractions in Savannah
Category: Nature and Parks
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Ranked #100 of 107 attractions in Savannah
Category: Gardens; Nature and Parks
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Ranked #101 of 107 attractions in Savannah
Category: Historic Sites; Landmarks
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Ranked #102 of 107 attractions in Savannah
Category: Government Buildings; Landmarks
Site of the murder trial of Jim Williams, made famous by the book "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil."
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Ranked #103 of 107 attractions in Savannah
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
City square named for General Joseph Warren, who died at the Battle of Bunker Hill.
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Ranked #104 of 107 attractions in Savannah
Category: Historic Sites; Landmarks
While imprisoned here, convicted murderer Jim Williams ran his antique business from his cell.
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Category: Mysterious Sites; Performances
Owner description: The Savannah Fairy Find is part show, part scavenger hunt, and full of fun for the whole family! Children of all ages get the... more » Owner description: The Savannah Fairy Find is part show, part scavenger hunt, and full of fun for the whole family! Children of all ages get the opportunity to search the city of Savannah to find fairies in various shops and establishments. Clues are provided, but they are in the form of tricky riddles that need to be solved. Families get a chance to watch an entertaining, multi-media show featuring local artists that explains the origins and mystery of fairies and the history of the Primrose Institute - the world's only center for the study of magical creatures.Our goal is to encourage exploration, problem solving, and the use of imagination, as well as helping to provide an enjoyable vacation in Savannah.Welcome, and we hope you'll visit us soon! « less
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