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Shops & Restaurants on Broughton Street
   
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Whether you love to shop or just love to stroll, Broughton Street in downtown Savannah brings it all together for visitors of all ages. Much like the “main street” of any city, this quaint section of town provides a multitude of shops, restaurants and scenery. Antiques are plentiful, while small boutiques offer specialty clothing, gifts, art and eclectic items. Historic buildings house these charming shops and are a treat to visit even if you’re not looking to shop. For delicious cuisine, you’re also in the right place. Broughton has its share of interesting and indulgent fare. From an Asian Bistro to upscale seafood and pastas, burgers and casual cafes, excellent restaurants abound and serve up something to please every palate.

   
       
       
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Wesley Monument
   
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Known as the Father of Methodism, John Wesley is forever remembered in Reynolds Square in historic downtown Savannah. The monument constructed to honor him and his leadership of the Methodist Church stands in the center of the square. Many believe that this is the site of his residence and gardens and thus this is why it was chosen. Although Wesley only lived in Savannah for two short years, he was known for his religious ideals and for forming a Protestant sect that later became the Methodist Church. The beautiful monument is made of exquisite black marble and portrays a bronze Wesley preaching to his followers.

 
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Christ Church

   
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A marvelous Greek-revival building, the Christ Church was founded in 1733. Upon first glance visitors notice its dignified presence, stately columns and slim side windows. The building was reconstructed in 1838 and today is home to many original artifacts.
Among the several rectors who presided over the church is John Wesley, the founder of Methodism. Wesley is known for his musical gift and interests and for publishing his collection of Psalms and Hymns, the first publication of its kind in America. Under his leadership, the Christ Church also taught the very first Sunday School Class in North America. Today the church is a significant place of worship for many and a wonderful example of the rich history of Savannah’s religious sects.

   
       
       
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Lucas Theatre
   
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Arthur Lucas was a brilliant marketer. After the opening of his namesake theater in Savannah in 1921, he kept track of the wedding, birth and birthday announcements that appeared in the paper. Then, he sent free tickets to residents on their birthdays, anniversaries and as wedding and congratulations gifts. For more than 40 years, people from all across the city came to the Lucas Theater to see the various films, shows and concerts.

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In 1817, Factor’s Walk was the original site for the Cotton Exchange. In this area, you'll also find: City Hall, The Washington Guns, Oglethorpe Bench, elevators to River Street and the Savannah Convention and Visitors Bureau.

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