Savannah’s Pin Point Heritage Museum

June 24th, 2019 by Corey Edwards

Pin Point Heritage MuseumSavannah’s Pin Point Heritage Museum is your doorway to the tiny African American community of Pin Point and the creole Geechee/Gullah culture of the Lowcountry.

Pin Point is a unincorporated community located just a few miles south of Savannah on the banks of the Moon River. If the name sounds familiar to you, it may be because it is the birthplace of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.

Pin Point was founded in the 1890’s by the first generation of freed slaves. Isolated for nearly a century, the people within developed their own, creole language and way of life: becoming the Gullah/Geechee. (more…)

Railroads and Battlefields – Discover Tricentennial Park

May 25th, 2018 by Corey Edwards

Tricentennial ParkSavannah’s Tricentennial Park is a hub of fascination, containing three of our city’s popular museums and a historic, Revolutionary War battlefield!

Savannah is nothing, if not rich in history. While there are also plenty of contemporary attractions to entertain youe, anyone with even a passing interest in history will be thrilled with the opportunities Savannah offers. (more…)

Explore Savannah’s Tricentennial Park

July 27th, 2015 by Corey Edwards

Savannah's Tricentennial ParkTricentennial Park in Savannah, Georgia is home to three museums that bring this storied city’s past and present to life: The Savannah History Museum & Battlefield Memorial Park, the Georgia State Railroad Museum, and the Savannah Children’s Museum. (more…)