Type: Children's Museums, Family Friendly, Historic Sites, History Museums, Museums
Tricentennial Park is a group of historic sites in West Savannah managed by the Coastal Heritage Society. The sites include Battlefield Memorial Park, an outdoor memorial to the soldiers who fought in... Read More
Tricentennial Park is a group of historic sites in West Savannah managed by the Coastal Heritage Society. The sites include Battlefield Memorial Park, an outdoor memorial to the soldiers who fought in the second bloodiest battle of the American Revolution, and the nearby Savannah History Museum, located in a historic Central of Georgia Railway train shed. The museum and memorial park are just a short walk to the Georgia State Railroad Museum (the Roundhouse), the largest existing 19th-century railroad repair facility in the country, and the adjoining Savannah Children's Museum, an outdoor, interactive museum for kids. While anyone can visit Battlefield Memorial Park, admission is required to the Savannah History Museum, Georgia State Railroad Museum and Savannah Children's Museum.
303 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Savannah, GA 31401
Hours:Due to COVID-19, please check with the attraction for the most recent updates to their opening hours.
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- Parks: "Grab lunch at the Tricentennial Park's restaurant, the WhistleStop Café, and dine on an authentic 1941 Pullman train car."
- Best for Parks Because: You can spend hours at Tricentennial Park, a collection of sites that includes two outdoor museums and a memorial battlefield from the American Revolutionary War.