How To Spend A Day In Black-Owned Savannah, Georgia

Savannah, Georgia is rich in hospitality, culture and African-American history.



Don’t miss out on learning about Savannah’s more than 200 years of black history and heritage, through the Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum or a self-guided tour.



Here’s how to spend a day in black-owned Savannah, GA:



open only for breakfast and lunch. Some of their popular dishes are the french toast, crab cakes, and smothered shrimp over grits.

Narobia’s Grits & Gravy

EXPLORE SAVANNAH’S DEEP CONNECTION TO AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY ON A TOUR OF THE CITY.

Discover Savannah’s History.

CHECK OUT THE FREEDOM TRAIL TOUR, FOOTPRINTS OF SAVANNAH, AND DAY CLEAN JOURNEYS, WHICH OFFER EDUCATIONAL TOURS OF HISTORICAL MONUMENTS.


Get your real southern cooking at one of Savannah’s many African-inspired restaurants such as Sisters of the New South. 

Savor Savannah’s Soul Food

Explore The Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum

 built in 1914 the museum has three floors of interactive exhibits, an NAACP exhibit, and a fiber-optic map of 87 significant civil rights sites and events.

Take ‘Em To Church

 VISIT THE FIRST AFRICAN BAPTIST CHURCH, ONE OF THE OLDEST BLACK CHURCHES IN NORTH AMERICA. ON MONDAY NIGHTS, EXPERIENCE SOUTHERN GOSPEL MUSIC AND SOUL FOOD BUFFET.

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