The Savannah History Museum gives an excellent introduction to
the city, its exhibits reflecting the city's history from her
founding to the present day. The museum is housed in a restored
railway station that dates from before the Civil War and is one of
Georgia's 43 National Historic Landmarks. Beneath the building are
the graves of Polish Count Pulaski and his fellow colonists, killed
on this spot in 1779 while trying to drive off the British
Address: 303 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard Website: www.chsgeorgia.org Telephone: (912) 651 6825 Opening Time: Weekdays 8:30am-5pm, 9am-5pm on
weekends. Admission: $14 (adults), $4 (children) for an all-site pass, valid
for three days.
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