Historic Sites & Landmarks in Georgia

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  • First African Baptist Church Saint Marys, Georgia 1893
  • Historic Landmark District Savannah, Georgia

    Savannah's National Historic Landmark District is the largest such district in America. It includes James Oglethorpe's original city plan of 1733, featuring 24 park-like squares surrounded by an orderly grid of streets and buildings.

  • The Olde Pink House Savannah, Georgia 1789

    Built as a Colonial mansion for James Habersham, Jr., The Olde Pink House was the Georgian Tea Room in the 1930s-40s and is now an upscale restaurant with a cellar bar called Planter's Tavern.

  • Massie Common School House Savannah, Georgia 1856-86

    The Massie Common School House was completed in 1856 to educate poor children. Today, it is a museum of Savannah history and architecture called the Massie Heritage Center.

  • Congregation Mickve Israel Savannah, Georgia 1878

    Originally established in 1733, the Congregation Mickve Israel is a Reform Jewish synagogue built in the Gothic Revival style (unusual for synagogues) in 1878.

  • The Fitzroy Savannah, Georgia 1854

    Located in an 1854 building near Johnson Square, The Fitzroy offers "Australian-inspired elevated pub food," small plates, and cocktails in an industrial-chic interior and open-air rooftop.

  • Agatha's Coffee and Tea House Savannah, Georgia c. 1926

    Opened in 2023, Agatha's is a tiny café celebrating the 1920s and 30s with cozy furniture and Agatha-Christie-inspired decor.

  • Owens-Thomas House and Slave Quarters Savannah, Georgia 1816-25

    Completed in 1819, the Owens-Thomas House is a museum featuring a beautiful Regency-style house with unique architectural features and the living quarters of the enslaved people who built and ran the house. Open for guided tours daily.

  • Crystal Beer Parlor Savannah, Georgia c. 1905

    Constructed sometime after 1900, the Crystal Beer Parlor was a grocery store, then a speakeasy visited by Al Capone, and now a family-friendly bar and restaurant that has become a local institution.

  • b. Matthew's Eatery Savannah, Georgia 1854

    Occupying an Irish grocer's house of 1854, b. Matthew's Eatery is a bistro on Bay Street near the Savannah River. Restored in 2012, it serves hearty Southern food in a cozy atmosphere of exposed brick and wood furnishings.

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