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Historic Towns in Georgia

Some of Georgia's best-preserved historic towns are set along the sea in coastal Georgia.

Historic Savannah

Historic Savannah was founded in 1733 and is the recognized as the largest National Historical Landmark District in America. Start your journey of historic Savannah in Forsyth Park, Savannah's largest park, stroll through River Street, then tour the Congregation Mickve Isreal, a Jewish Temple dating back to 1733.

Visiting Savannah Squares provides a wonderful view of the historical homes and buildings developed by James Oglethorpe, the city's founding father. Favorite Savannah tours include the Carriage Tours, Walking City Tours, Architectural Tours, Ghosts and Legends Tours and the Paula Deen Tour. Stay in the heart of historic Savannah and enjoy walking to area attractions, dining and shopping. Make the most of your time in "Georgia's First City," along the Georgia Coast.

Jekyll Island National Historic District

A National Historic Landmark located on Georgia coast near Brunswick, the Jekyll Island National Historic District proves to be a top destination. Once an exclusive social club for the elite, the district today preserves the social clubhouse, private summer estates, and a historic Faith Chapel.

As you explore this impressive seaside historic district, be sure to spend an afternoon touring the Jekyll Island Museum. You'll discover a wide range of art displays, thousands of artifacts, and information on what the area was like during the Gilded Age.