Tricentennial Park is home to three museums that bring Savannah to life past and present. It's a great experience for adults, kids and families. LEARN MORE

SPECIAL EVENTS AND ATTRACTIONS

Five of Coastal Heritage Society's museums will be open for Memorial Day on Monday, May 31st. These sites include Savannah History Museum, Georgia State Railroad Museum, Savannah Children's Museum, Harper Fowlkes House and Old Fort Jackson. Guests can enjoy interactive exhibits and engaging tours at each site through hands-on, immersive activities that illustrate the narratives of Savannah's past. Savannah Children's Museum and Harper Fowlkes House will have a special open day on Sunday, May 30th as well.

Georgia State Railroad Museum will have blacksmithing demonstrations throughout the day and will welcome visitors to take a Site Tour by Train. Savannah Children's Museum will have several activities including crafts, a scavenger hunt and a bottle rocket launch at noon. Savannah History Museum will feature the popular Loyalists & Liberty Tours from 10am to 2pm. Old Fort Jackson will have cannon firings at 11am and 2pm. Harper Fowlkes House will host daily interpretation and guided tours.

OLD FORT JACKSON
Enjoy exciting interactive programs about life as a soldier for adults, kids and families. Guests can also learn various drills and forms of military communication used and watch a cannon demonstration using some of the oldest artillery in the Southeast. Daily cannon firing programs begin at 11 am and 2 pm
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PIN POINT HERITAGE MUSEUM
Visit the former A.S. Varn & Son Oyster and Crab Factory, which has been transformed into an educational center for visitors to authentically learn about the Gullah/Geechee culture directly from residents who grew up in the small, close-knit community! Guests can discover these unique lifeways, from daily life to religion, language and food.
Pin Point Heritage Museum
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LOYALISTS AND LIBERTY BATTLEFIELD TOURS
Thursday-Saturday 10:30, 12:30, and 2:30
March through history and learn about the American Revolution in Savannah! Experience a black powder demonstration, immerse yourself in 1779 Savannah, and hear about the personalities that shaped the city's fight for freedom!
Savannah History Museum
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