This small museum houses a good selection of marine art and to-scale ship models (many of them built in the past 20 years). Read other reviews for comments on this.
But to me the more interesting items were artifacts that told the story of coastal commerce in the 19th. Century. Schedules and fares for passenger liner service from Savannah to Baltimore, New York and Boston. Dining room place settings. Menus. Entertainments. The history of the liners (some models, too), their frequent loss at sea in storms and their gradual demise as WW2 approached. And before that, items from naval history, exploration, navigation and whaling. For me this was a refuge on a rainy afternoon that turned out to be a fascinating glimpse into times gone by.