Friends of Massie

​The Friends of Massie​ is a nonprofit group of volunteers whose mission is to support the Massie Heritage Center-Savannah’s museum for history and architecture.  Operated by the Savannah Chatham County Public School System, Massie is a non-profit museum open to the public seven days a week and provides quality curriculum-based educational programs to thousands of school children annually.  Located on Calhoun Square in beautiful downtown Savannah, the center provides a variety of interactive exhibits devoted to Savannah’s unique history and architecture.  Also, it serves as an elegant indoor/outdoor special events venue with newly renovated courtyard gardens perfect for intimate garden weddings, special gatherings, and receptions. ​

Friends of Massie History

Massie School ceased being a public school in 1974 because it was too small to support a viable student population. The school was a cherished institution by many local residents, especially in the downtown area.

Join Friends of Massie

​​Download Friends of Membership Card or click here to fill out the form. If you complete the online form, please make checks payable to Friends of Massie

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