Savannah Museums Photos

Several of Savannah's hundred of heritage buildings are now open to the public as museums, though most do not allow interior photography.

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Jepson Center for the Arts Auditorium Entrance part of Telfair Museum of Art on Telfair Square. Savannah, GA.Jepson Center for the Arts Gallery Entrance part of Telfair Museum of Art on Telfair Square. Savannah, GA.Facade detail of Jepson Center for the Arts / Telfair Museum of Art. Savannah, GA.Facade detail of Jepson Center for the Arts / Telfair Museum of Art. Savannah, GA.
Jepson Center for the Arts (2006) Auditorium Entrance part of Telfair Museum of Art on Telfair Square. Savannah, GA.Jepson Center for the Arts (2006) Gallery Entrance part of Telfair Museum of Art on Telfair Square. Savannah, GA. Architect: Moshe Safdie & Assoc. & Hansen Architects.Facade detail of Jepson Center for the Arts / Telfair Museum of Art. Savannah, GA.Facade detail of Jepson Center for the Arts / Telfair Museum of Art. Savannah, GA.
Facade detail of Jepson Center for the Arts / Telfair Museum of Art. Savannah, GA.Stairway of Telfair Museum of Art / Jepson Center for the Arts. Savannah, GA.Telfair Museum of Art old building with statuary. Savannah, GA.Statue of Raphael before Telfair Academy of Arts & Sciences Museum. Savannah, GA.
Facade detail of Jepson Center for the Arts / Telfair Museum of Art. Savannah, GA.Stairway of Telfair Museum of Art / Jepson Center for the Arts. Savannah, GA.Telfair Museum of Art old building (1818) with statuary. Savannah, GA. Style: Regency. Architect: William Jay.Statue of Raphael before Telfair Academy of Arts & Sciences Museum. Savannah, GA.
Statue of Michelangelo before Telfair Academy of Arts & Sciences Museum. Savannah, GA.Owens-Thomas House is a museum of the Telfair Academy. Savannah, GA.Cast iron side porch of Owens-Thomas House. Savannah, GA.Cast iron support details of side porch of Owens-Thomas House. Savannah, GA.
Statue of Michelangelo before Telfair Academy of Arts & Sciences Museum. Savannah, GA.Owens-Thomas House (1816-9) (124 Abercorn St. on Oglethorpe Square) is a museum of the Telfair Academy. Savannah, GA. Style: Regency. Architect: William Jay. On National Register.Cast iron side porch of Owens-Thomas House. Savannah, GA.Cast iron support details of side porch of Owens-Thomas House. Savannah, GA.
Carriage building of Owens-Thomas House. Savannah, GA.Davenport House Museum now a museum. Savannah, GA.Davenport House Museum. Savannah, GA.Front steps of Davenport House Museum. Savannah, GA.
Carriage building of Owens-Thomas House. Savannah, GA.Davenport House Museum (1815-20) (119 Habersham St. on Columbia Square) now a museum. Savannah, GA. Style: Federal-style. Architect: Isaiah Davenport. On National Register.Davenport House Museum. Savannah, GA.Front steps of Davenport House Museum. Savannah, GA.
Garden of Davenport House Museum. Savannah, GA.James Moore Wayne house later Birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low. Savannah, GA.Entrance of Birthplace Museum of Girl Scout founder Juliette Gordon Low. Savannah, GA.Andrew Low House adulthood home of Girl Scout founder Juliette Gordon Low now a museum. Savannah, GA.
Garden of Davenport House Museum. Savannah, GA.James Moore Wayne house (1819-21) (10 E. Oglethorpe Ave. near Wright Square) later Birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low. Savannah, GA. Style: Regency. Architect: William Jay. On National Register.Entrance of Birthplace Museum of Girl Scout founder Juliette Gordon Low (1860-1927). Savannah, GA.Andrew Low House (1849) (329 Abercorn St. on Lafayette Square) adulthood home of Girl Scout founder Juliette Gordon Low now a museum. Savannah, GA. Architect: John S. Norris. On National Register.
Front door of Andrew Low House welcomed guests like Robert E. Lee & William Makepeace Thackeray. Savannah, GA.General Hugh W. Mercer House. Savannah, GA.Georgia Historical Society built as memorial to scholar William Brown Hodgson. Savannah, GA.Hurn Museum of Folk Art. Savannah, GA.
Front door of Andrew Low House welcomed guests like Robert E. Lee & William Makepeace Thackeray. Savannah, GA.General Hugh W. Mercer House (1860-68) (Mercer Williams Museum) (429 Bull St. on Monterey Square). Savannah, GA. Architect: John S. Norris.Georgia Historical Society (Hodgson Hall) (1874-5) (501 Whitaker St. on Forsyth Park) built as memorial to scholar William Brown Hodgson. Savannah, GA.Hurn Museum of Folk Art (1015 Whitaker St. on Forsyth Park). Savannah, GA.
Savannah History Museum in former Central Georgia rail station. Savannah, GA.Roundhouse Railroad Museum with antebellum repair facilities, roundhouse & turntable plus 125-foot-tall brick smokestack. Savannah, GA.

Savannah History Museum (303 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.) in former Central Georgia rail station. Savannah, GA. Architect: Calvin Fay & Alfred S. Eichberg. On National Register. Roundhouse Railroad Museum (601 W. Harris St.) with antebellum repair facilities, roundhouse & turntable plus 125-foot-tall brick smokestack. Savannah, GA. On National Register.


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