Free admission, scavenger hunt @ two historic Savannah landmarks

Free admission, scavenger hunt Sept. 18 2022 to Andrew Low House Museum, Savannah

The Andrew Low House Museum is hosting a Community Day on Sunday, Sept. 18, noon-4PM. The museum will be open to the public FREE of charge with tours for the community to experience the site’s history, architecture, and art.

The fun filled day has something for everyone, including scavenger hunts, creative activities, and tasty treats for all in the museum’s courtyard. The Andrew Low House is located at 329 Abercorn St. on Lafayette Square.

To encourage all to explore the beautiful area around the Andrew Low House, the Municipal Archives has developed two new scavenger hunts to get you out and about.

Visit for the “Lafayette Ward Visual Scavenger Hunt,” a challenging hunt that will take you throughout Lafayette Ward (fun for individuals, families, or team activities), and the “Lafayette Square Visual Scavenger Hunt,” designed for younger children thru grade 1 that encourages them to explore the square.

Find more kid-friendly scavenger hunts and activity sheets to do in Savannah here.


Free tours, scavenger hunt Sept. 16 2022 with reservations of Georgia Historical Society, Savannah

Constitution Day @ Georgia Historical Society Research Center in Savannah

You are invited to the Georgia Historical Society Research Center in Savannah on Constitution Day on Fri. Sept. 16 2022 to view a draft of the Constitution along with other colonial-era pieces from the collection. 

View Abraham Baldwin’s original draft copy of the US Constitution. One of only a few still in existence, the draft includes the handwritten margin notes of Baldwin, one of Georgia’s signers of the Constitution of 1787.

This treasure of the GHS collection, along with a recently conserved Revolutionary War-era drum and other unique objects and documents highlighting Georgia’s role in the development and evolution of our national story will be on display Fri. Sept. 16 2022.

The event consists of a self-paced tour with guidance for pre-registered K-12 groups provided by GHS staff and includes a scavenger hunt activity for students. The tour will take approximately 30 minutes to complete.

GHS welcomes public, private, and home school groups grades fifth-twelfth to attend. All groups must be accompanied by teacher or parent chaperones. Time slots are available on a first-come-first-served basis starting at 9AM.-2PM on Fri. Sept. 16, 2022. Any group containing more than ten students will need to reserve a time slot.

To reserve a time slot or set up a time to talk with a GHS staff member, please contact Lisa Landers at or 912-651-2125, ext. 152.

Georgia Historical Society Research Center
501 Whitaker Street
Savannah,  GA 31401

Free and open to the public.

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