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The Trolley Barn is a great stop to get to know the heart of Savannah. At the Trolley Barn, visitors receive a friendly greeting and have access to tons of information, tour maps, and brochures. The staff is always delighted to assist guests with finding the most interesting and entertaining sites in the city. Not only can you have all of your questions answered at the Trolley Barn, but it’s also where Old Town Trolley keeps its fleet of first-class trolleys.
With its central location, the Trolley Barn offers plenty of fun options nearby worth exploring. In fact, just a few steps away on MLK Blvd. is the popular SCAD bookstore. The three-story 24,060 square-foot red brick building is filled with insightful college textbooks, art supplies, framing, apparel, clothing, gifts, and college memorabilia. Nestled inside the bookstore is the charming Café 78. The quaint coffee shop is perfect for a quick bite, with a wide selection of sandwiches, soups, pastries, coffee, tea, and more.
For guests with a thirst for knowledge, the Trolley Barn is conveniently located near Battlefield Park and the Roundhouse Railroad Museum. Both are prominent historical locations, allowing guests an authentic view of the rich history and soul of the Hostess City of the South. The iconic Roundhouse Railroad tells the story of the railroad industry in Georgia, providing detailed looks at the evolving technological advancements. Battlefield Park is home to the famous Battle of Savannah. On October 9, 1779, the French, Haitian, and American troops battled against the British soldiers who were defending Savannah. It was here where many brave soldiers were laid to rest.