Even if it had not served as the most memorable setting in the 1994 novel, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, this ... More
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 date back over two centuries, and mark the resting places of Confederate 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 when the heavy traffic of adoring fans began to disturb neighboring graves.
Savannah offers about 30 ghost tours, but the Hearse Tours is the only one that provides a pick up and
involves a ride on a real hearse. The unusual but thoroughly enjoyable tour through Savannah's cemeteries, streets and haunted ...
This stunning home is where the Juliette Low founded the Girl Scouts and held many early Girl Scout meetings and
adult trainings. Dating to 1821, the house is an interesting blend of Regency architecture and Victorian style additions. The ...
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 ...