Please see below for important information
The Georgia Day Parade will take place Friday, February 21st.
Due to the parade stops #2, #3, #12, #13, and #14 will be closed until the parade clears.
Old Town Trolley tours is closed St. Patrick’s Day (Tuesday March 17th)
The American Prohibition Museum will be closed for the following dates for St Patrick’s Day:
Friday, March 13th
Saturday, March 14th
Tuesday, March 17th
Congress Street Up will be closed for the following dates for St Patrick’s Day:
Saturday, March 14th
Tuesday, March 17th
Congress Street Up will be open from the backdoor on Friday March 13th from 12p to 5p.
No bar service of any kind on Saturday the 14th or Sunday the 15th.
Normal daytime operation with museum hours on Monday March 16th.
Closed again with no bar service of any kind on Tuesday March 17th.
There will be no Cocktail Classes on either Monday or Tuesday March the 16th and 17th.
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Olympic Torch

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Savannah's Olympic Torch

The Olympic Torch Sculpture on the riverfront is a touching monument that radiates the American spirit of victory and of athletic competition. The sculpture features an Olympic Torch surrounded by five columns that symbolize the five Olympic rings. Framing the flame are billowing sails that represent the sailboats in the Official Olympic Yachting events held in Savannah.

The riverfront sculpture is a monument to Savannah’s role as host of the Yachting events of the 1996 Summer Olympic Games. The stunning monument serves as a lasting memorial on the city’s beautiful waterfront promenade.

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