Garden Club of Savannah’s 2017 NOGS Tour of Hidden Gardens

March 13th, 2017 by Corey Edwards

NOGS Tour of Hidden Gardens 2017Savannah’s Landmark Historic District contains many lush, groomed gardens tucked away behind wrought iron fences and high brick walls. Now you can explore seven of these private gardens during the Garden Club of Savannah’s annual NOGS Tour of Hidden Gardens: April 21st and 22nd, 2017.

Spring is returning to Savannah and with it comes the opportunity to step back in time with a tour of some grand gardens of yesteryear. The 42nd annual NOGS Tour of Hidden Gardens is a self-guided walking tour of seven private gardens and the Massie School Gardens. This event occurs every April with different private gardens selected each year. The criterion for selection being excellence of design, historical interest, and depth of beauty. (more…)

Discover Elegance At The Savannah Antiques & Architecture Weekend

January 27th, 2017 by Corey Edwards

The Savannah Antiques & Architecture WeekendThe Savannah Antiques & Architecture Weekend is two days of antiques and architecture in Savannah, GA to benefit The Andrew Low House and the Green-Meldrim House museums. Scheduled for March 3rd and 4th, 2017.

Come to Savannah on the first weekend of March for a variety of events centered around the architecture and antiques of historic Savannah homes … and beyond! Both the Andrew Low House and the Green-Meldrim House are National Historic Landmarks. During the Savannah Antiques & Architecture Weekend, you’ll have unprecedented exposure to the treasures found in these homes, around Savannah, and maybe even from your own home! (more…)

Visit Civil War Savannah

May 30th, 2015 by Corey Edwards

Civil War Savannah - Fort JacksonSavannah is steeped in Civil War history with dozens of tours, museums, and other attractions in the city can help to bring many different facets of Civil War Savannah into focus, whether you’re a student or just someone fascinated by history.

Savannah contains hundreds of antebellum houses, churches, warehouses, and other buildings that saw or played a role in Civil War Savannah. Three of Savannah’s historic forts saw occupation by both Confederate and Union forces. (more…)

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