Rincon Attractions (15)
Tybee Island Marine Science Center
1509 Strand Ave.
Oatland Island Wildlife Center
A wildlife sanctuary featuring mammals as well as birds of prey, this center offers educational seminar and tours for schoolchildren and visitors.
Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum
Once the home of William Scarborough, one of the investors in the S.S. Savannah, this museum features maritime memorabilia, from ship models to relics and artifacts.
SCAD Museum of Art
One of the city's premier museums, the SCAD Museum of Art features contemporary art and exhibitions, from fashion to paintings to sculpture.
American Prohibition Museum
209 E Saint Julian Street
Built in 1818. this mansion was once the royal Governor's residence. Guests can tour a collection of American and European paintings and sculpture as well as family furnishings from the 19th century.
Jepson Center Museum of Art
Featuring three museums in one, this expansive institution focuses on contemporary art, from traveling exhibitions to permanent exhibits and educational programs.
Ralph Gilbert Mark Civil Rights Museum
Honoring Savannah's father of civil rights, the Ralph Gilbert Mark Civil Rights Museum boasts artifacts and exhibits about African-American history and the Civil Rights movement.
Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace
The birthplace of the founder of the Girl Scouts, this Federalist building features furnishings and mementos of Juliette Gordon Low. Operated by the Girl Scouts of America, the museum honors Lowâ€™s legacy as a pioneer and artist.
A National Historic Landmark, this home, built in the early 1800s, is an example of English Regency architecture and boasts pieces from that period, including furniture, textiles and art.
The Mercer Williams House Museum
429 Bull St
Davenport House Museum
Built in the early 1800s and once the home of local Isaiah Davenport, this museum boasts a collection of Davenport china and decorative arts from the Federalist period. Enjoy high tea in the garden during certain months.
Webb Military Museum
411 E York St
Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
An example of 19th century French gothic architecture, this restored Catholic church is one of the town's top attractions.
Fort James Jackson
A restored fort from the 19th century that is the oldest brick fort surviving today in Georgia. Guests can enjoy daily canon firings and interactive exhibits.