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  Colonial District
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Colonial District
   
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Colonial District
 

 

The scenery that inspires poets, writers and dreamers, the Savannah Colonial District is a memorable journey back to an era gone by. Cobblestone streets lead to traditional colonial homes, mansions and beautiful gardens. The aroma of gardenias and magnolias will sweetly awaken your senses as will the marvelous beauty of the largest Historic Landmark District in the United States. See many graciously restored homes, churches, parks and squares framed by hundred-year old oaks whose sweeping branches create an amazing setting. Imagine the life and times of the earliest Savannah settlers as you tour the original neighborhoods where their intriguing past comes to life.

   
       
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Picturesque views of the river are just a sample of the ambiance and amenities one enjoys when they stay at the Marriott Riverfront. From gorgeously appointed guest rooms to suites, restaurants, bars, a fitness center and spa, guests of the hotel may not ever want to wander. Yet if they do, they’re in for a treat, because with access to River Street via Riverwalk, they’ll be immersed in Savannah’s charming taverns, shops and restaurants.

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International Seaman's House
   
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  In colonial days, the International Seaman’s House was where sailors arriving in the port of Georgia came to receive a friendly welcome, engage in entertainment, listen to music and receive religious comfort if desired by various visiting Chaplains. Located on Houston Street, the International Seaman’s House is a Historic House that now hosts many special events such as weddings.    
       
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The Chatham Artillery Monument was erected in Emmet Park in 1986 and was inspired by the 101st Airborne Memorial in Arlington Cemetery. A large, gray granite base supports a stunning bronze eagle with its wings spread. Rising to approximately 11 feet, the memorial is a striking sight and among other memorials in Emmet Park.

 
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Vietnam Veterans Memorial
   
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  Another moving tribute found in Emmet Park, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial was placed in 1991 by the Vietnam Memorial Committee. A large reflecting pool is surrounded by steps and a marble base lists the names of the Chatham County soldiers who were killed in the Vietnam War. A replica of Vietnam sits in the center of the pool, while a bronze battlefield grave marker is mounted on top. Guests to the park who view the monument gain an understanding of the sacrifices the local Savannah soldiers made to serve their country.    
       
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To celebrate the rich Irish heritage of many of Savannah’s residents, The Celtic Cross Monument was erected in Emmet Park in 1983. The beautiful Irish Limestone Celtic Cross was hand-carved in Ireland and is truly a lovely sight for all to see.

 
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Emmet Park
 

 

A beloved spot to many Irish residents and local Savannahians, Emmet Park was originally known as the Strand and the Irish Green. It’s located near a neighborhood that was home to many Irish Savannahians. In 1902, it was renamed Emmet Park as a tribute to Robert Emmet, an Irish patriot, who was considered to be a hero to Savannah’s Irish community. Several blocks long, Emmet Park is known for its thriving landscape which provides a beautiful shady setting. The park is historically significant to Savannah because of the variety of monuments and memorials. The Old City Exchange Bell is kept here and is all that is left from the City Exchange building which was destroyed by a hurricane. The Harbor Light, a gas powered light that was used to navigate ships in the Savannah River is also on display in the park and another important sight to see while visiting. Today, Emmet Park is used to commemorate various Irish Holidays and other activities and events.

   
       
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Step into The Pirate’s House for a taste of what Savannah was like in the mid 1700’s. It was a time when visiting sailors came off the seas to eat hearty meals, share a story about their adventures and raise a ruckus. An Inn, just steps away from the Savannah River, served as a watering-hole for pirates and seamen from the Seven Seas. Today, that very Inn is The Pirate’s House, a specialty restaurant featuring authentic Georgia cuisine served in a theme reminiscent of its early roots. 15 separate dining rooms showcase Pirate artifacts and seafaring décor. Wooden ships, iron pirates and framed pages from an early edition of the book Treasure Island adorn the walls throughout the restaurant. The Pirate’s House’s historic, lighthearted setting has been recognized by the American Museum Society and the restaurant is now a house museum. Many Savannahians and visitors make it a point to stop in at The Pirate’s House for the scrumptious Southern food and the high seas ambiance.

 
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In this area, you'll find access to River Street, the Marriott Riverfront, Olympic Torch, Morrell Park, Waving Girl Statue and water taxi.

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