Exhibit: Teachers As Trailblazers in Savannah - Mid 19th Century - Present

Learn about educators who led the way in changing educational policies and procedures in Chatham County

Exhibit - American Indians of Coastal Georgia

​​​​​​Discover the largest collection of Yamacraw American Indian artifacts in the country and the only American Indian Exhibit in Savannah. Examine artifacts that chronicle more than 10,000 years of human history in Georgia.​

Exhibit -Savannah's Victorian Era: Loss and Regeneration

​Explore the architectural styles of the Victorian Era (1827-1901)

Exhibit - Howard J. Morrison Jr. Maritime Gallery

​​Visit and explore the 19 handcrafted model ships and Savannah's history with the Savannah River

Heritage Classroom

Step back in time and take a seat in an authentic 1900s classroom

Exhibit - Enslavement to Emancipation

Trace the history of African American education from the nineteenth century clandestine schools to the integration of Savannah schools in the early sixties

Massie's Courtyards

Massie's courtyards - one for boys and one for girls was the traditional location for recess

Exhibit - Classically Inspired Architecture

Before exploring Savannah's National Historic Landmark District, discover the influence of Greek, Roman, and Gothic architecture on the city's built environment.

Exhibit: Savannah - An Intelligent Grid

Discover the inspiration behind Oglethorpe’s design for Savannah. Explore the city plan, learn how the city developed, and the city plan's continuing influence on its residents.

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