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.
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.
Situated 12 miles east of the port of Savannah, the 46-foot-tall Cockspur Lighthouse was built around 1839 and is made of brick. The base of the lighthouse sits on a bed of marsh grass, oyster shells and beds.
Situated on the banks of the Savannah River, this lighthouse is one of only seven that have survived from Colonial times. Restored in the 1800s, it now hosts tours as well as events throughout the year.