Did you know Tricentennial Park features three popular museums? In one location you can visit three of Savannah's most impressive attractions. Located just a 10-minute walk from our Historic District accommodations, Tricentennial Park features the Savannah History Museum, Savannah Children's Museum, and the Georgia State Railroad Museum. The hardest part will be making enough time to visit them all!
Savannah History Museum
Dive into the fascinating background of one of the country's most historic cities. Follow the incredible timeline of Savannah's development starting way back in 1733. Through the Civil War and Industrial Revolution, you can learn how Savannah was home to countless artistic and cultural movements. Plus, as the birthplace of the Girls Scouts, Savannah holds a special place in our nation's history. You can even see the bench where the famous scene from Forrest Gump was filmed!
Savannah Children's Museum
Get ready to explore and play at this interactive attraction in Savannah. Bring the whole family to see over a dozen outdoor exhibits to increase your sense of play and challenge your senses. Run through the exploration maze or cozy up with a book in the reading corner.
Georgia State Railroad Museum
This National Historic Landmark is located in the old Central of Georgia Railway Terminal. Take a guided tour to learn about the impact of the railway on Savannah's history. Hop on board historic rail cars to see what it was like to ride a steam train or diesel powered engine in Savannah.