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Ellis Square

 
  The Lady & Sons Restaurant
  Telfair Museum of Art
  Jepson Center for the Arts
  Inn at Ellis Square
  Shops and Restaurants on West Broughton Street
  First African Baptist Church
  West River Street
 
 
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Things to Do on Broughton Street in Savannah

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  Broughton Street is known for its charming collection of fine shops, boutiques and restaurants. Whether you enjoy window shopping or are on the lookout for the perfect souvenir, you’re sure to find it here. Beyond shopping and dining, there are many attractions nearby to put on your Savannah vacation itinerary.    
       
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  Telfair Museum of Art    
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Telfair Museum of Art  

What began in 1886 as a small museum housed in the home of the Telfair family, today spans several different sites providing a wonderful view of the arts for all to share. And the Telfair’s newest addition, The Jepson Center for the Arts is one of today’s most modern, state-of-the-art facilities.

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  The Inn at Ellis Square    
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The Inn at Ellis Square  

Immerse yourself in the rich history of Savannah at the Inn at Ellis Square, a grand historic hotel steps away from City Market. Located in the Guckenheimer Building, built in 1851, The Inn at Ellis Square exudes southern tradition and charm. It has been restored to its original magnificence and offers guests a meaningful and memorable stay in the heart of Savannah. Original hard-wood floors and warm red brick walls blend beautifully with gracious modern amenities. Its idyllic setting is just a short walk to galleries and horse drawn carriage tours, fine dining and outdoor cafes and a wonderful variety of live music.

   
       
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  Bay Street    
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In this area, you'll find access to Bay Street, Cotton Exchange, The Hyatt Regency Hotel, Hospitality Center and water taxi.

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  The Lady & Sons Restaurant    
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  lady and sons restaurantsIf you love southern cooking or have been dying to try it, make it a point to stop into the famed Lady & Sons Restaurant. Located at 102 West Congress Street, it is just a short distance away from the Trolley Stop on Broughton Street. Founded by world-renown celebrity chef and television cooking show host, Paula Deen, the Lady and Sons first opened in 1996 and is owned by Paula and her two sons. Dig into mouth-watering dishes like fried green tomatoes and chicken pot pie or Paula’s original Black Pepper Shrimp. Call ahead for a reservation because everyone wants to discover Paula Deen’s home-cooked southern specialties!    
       
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  Jepson Center for the Arts    
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  jepson centerThe newest member of the Telfair Art Museums, the Jepson Center is where you can browse through more than 7,000 square feet of contemporary artwork from works on paper to paintings, sculpture and more. The galleries feature both traveling and permanent exhibits. This modern, state-of-the-art facility is also home to a 220-seat auditorium, a community gallery, educational studios and the ArtZeum, an interactive gallery for children and families.    
       
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  First African Baptist Church    
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  First African Baptist ChurchA registered historic landmark in the National Registry of Historic Landmarks and Places, the First African Baptist Church was organized in 1773. This magnificent Savannah landmark still contains many of its original elements including several stained glass windows, light fixtures, the baptismal pool and the 1832 Pipe Organ. The pews in the balcony were made by slaves and are nailed on to the floor; you can still see the markings they made in the African dialect known as “Cursive Hebrew”. Come for a visit or to enjoy a Sunday service. Be sure to look up at the “Nine Patch Quilt” design on the ceiling - a symbol that the church was a safe house for slaves.    
       
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  Shops & Resteraunts on River StreetRiver Street in Savannah is one of the most visited areas in the city. Whether you sit on a bench and watch the ships and boats coming and going, take a river cruise, check out West Factors Walk and enjoy a meal at one of the many restaurants. This historic waterfront area is charming and picturesque - a great spot for vacation photos.    
       
 
 
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