Cruise down memory lane with us! Come visit our showroom featuring up to 30 classic cars and trucks. Browse our classic car themed gift shop and take a look at our restoration shop, where old cars become new again! Conveniently located near the Historic District. 249 East Lathrop Avenue.
Arts & Museums in Savannah, GA
Savannah museums and art galleries showcase the best of the city’s culture, history and arts. From art museums to historic home tours, enjoy the best of the past, present and future in historic Savannah. Discover talented artists and artisans, who create fine art, music, dance, paintings, sculpture, pottery, theater, photographs and film. You’ll find it all in Savannah!
Savannah Featured Listings
Featuring Samantha Claar’s Gullah Living Series of Original Paintings, Prints, Cards, Black Art dolls, “Wee People” as well as a selection of Gullah basketry and themed books. Visit to appreciate the stories and history of a resilient people who continue to shape their destiny with faith and happiness. Located in The Village Craftmen on River St. and the Art League of Hilton Head.
The Historic Savannah Theatre, originally built in 1818 is the oldest continually operating theatre in the United States. The show is a high-energy two hour variety show that features a rockin’ live band, singers and comedy, perfect for a southern evening!
Brushing Against Identity! Through portraiture, I explore the complex correlation between the personality of nature and the nature of personality. My paintings have been the featured décor in restaurants from Germany to Minneapolis, and more recently have been seen hanging in art galleries in Savannah and Atlanta. 309 W. St. Julian St., Studio FSU-7.
The Tybee Island Light Station is one of America’s most intact having all of its historic support buildings on its five-acre site. Rebuilt several times the current lightstation displays its 1916 day mark with 178 stairs.
Now Open! The American Prohibition Museum is the first of its kind in the country and takes guests back into the 1900s as anti-alcohol rallies swept the U.S. and the booze problem was pushed into the forefront of American politics. Through immersive displays and state-of-the-art exhibits, guests learn how Prohibition and Temperance shaped thinking and culture for more than two hundred years of American history. 209 W. St. Julian St., City Market.
124 Abercorn St. | (912) 790-8800
104 W. Gaston St. | (912) 651-2125
223 W. River St. | (404) 966-3647
9 E. River St. | (800) 786-6404
411 E. York St., Columbia Sq. | (912) 663-0398
Gallery 11, City Market | (912) 598-8217
655 Louisville Rd. | (912) 651-6823
Ships of the Sea Museum
41 MLK, Jr. Blvd. | (912) 232-1511
329 Abercorn St. | (912) 233-6854
Telfair Museum of Art
121 Barnard St. | (912) 790-8800
Jepson Center For The Arts
207 West York St. | (912) 790-8800
249 E. Lathrop Ave. | (912) 235-2347
222 Bull St. | (912) 233-7764