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Bonaventure Cemetery

Even if it had not served as the most memorable setting in the 1994 novel, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, this remarkable graveyard would still draw the curious. The moss-covered graves and monuments in this storied cemetery date back over two centuries, and mark the resting places of soldiers, generals, plantation owners and Savannah families of note. Don't come looking for the famous Bird Girl statue, however. This signature icon of Midnight Madness was relocated to the Telfair Museum.

Cathedral Basilica of St. John the Baptist

Visit the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, for it is not only a religious marvel, but also has a rich history behind it. It is a breathtaking experience to see for yourself as the church bathed in white from the outside and as you venture in, you admire the intricacy of the stained glass windows. With its French-Gothic style of columns and minarets, this church is an architectural masterpiece. The atmosphere inside is generally calm and serene, but one can attend the Sunday mass if looking for a great spiritual experience. Also, do not miss the beautiful choir gallery.

Savannah Theater

Opened in the late 19th century, Savannah Theater is one of the oldest and consistently functioning theaters in America. With a refurbished outlook and state-of-the-art technical facilities, the theater still manages to maintain its historical charm. With a range of diverse theatrical performances in store, the venue is one of the most happening places in the cultural backdrop of the city.

Fort Pulaski National Monument

Constructed in 1847, Fort Pulaski was considered a state-of-the-art defense system, though it fell to the Union troops during the Civil War. Today, visitors can explore the well-preserved fort and its surroundings. The fort's interior exhibits original artifacts and provides insights into the daily lives of soldiers during the Civil War. Sprawling across 5,623 acres (2,275 hectares), this monument comprises nature trails, picnic areas and spectacular views of the salt marshes. Additionally, the park offers ranger-led programs and field trips that provide historical context and bring the story of Fort Pulaski to life.

Savannah Children's Theatre

In conjunction with the 1500-seat Savannah Community Theatre, this children's theatrical venue not only “inspires, educates and entertains”, but also encourages children to participate in plays and musicals, or join field trips. Productions have included Seussical, Snow White, Pirates of Penzance, Shakespeare in the Park and Babes in Toyland. Classes are also available to ages 4 and up such as Boot Camp for Singers, Creative Adventures and Creative Dramatics. “Camp On with the Show” is a summer program that culminates in a full scale musical production of a classic children's story. Price of show tickets and children's programs vary.

Old Fort Jackson

Originally an earthen fort established during the Revolutionary War, Old Fort Jackson's brick structure was built in 1808, and was further developed between 1845 and 1860. The fort sits on the bank of the Savannah River and is surrounded by a moat. Visitors may explore the tunnel-like passageways that used to house soldiers and store ammunition and supplies. The moated forts overhead and interior cannons are the structure's prime attractions. The cannons are fired during the summer months when the site gets its maximum turnout of spectators.

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