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Savannah, GA

Perhaps best known for John Berendy’s 1994 nonfiction bestseller, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, Savannah, haunting, beautiful and rich in antiques, has much more to offer than a good story. The city is peppered with small shops, antique malls, and galleries filled with topnotch jewelry, collectibles, Chinese porcelains, and Continental and Southern furniture. Founded in 1733, Savannah has over two square miles of 1,500 preserved historic structures used as businesses, residences, and museums. Among these are a number of Neo classical mansions and the Talfair Museum of Art and its impressive American Impressionists connection.

The list of Savannah’s historic attractions include the 1850 Gothic Revival Green Meldrim House and the 1820 Davenport House. Also worth noting is the Owens-Thomas House, representing the first use of cast iron in the U.S., and the First African Baptist Church, one of the nation’s oldest functioning African American Churches. And if you just want to stroll through the city, grab a Mint Julep and soak in the atmosphere, Savannah has plenty of that too. From historic inns to the charming riverfront to the Spanish Moss hanging from giant oak trees, Savannah is an antiquing destination you’re destined to love.

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Arthur Smith Antiques

50 year anniversary Offering the beat of 18th- and 19th-century Engllsh and Continental furniture, painting, rugs, and Chinese porcelain....
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The River Street Inn

124 E. Bay Street
Savannah - Georgia - 31401

Mulberry Inn

601 East Bay Street
Savannah - Georgia - 31401


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