Fort Jackson & Bonaventure

223 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd Savannah, Georgia 31401
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Fort Jackson & Bonaventure
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If you're interested in learning about Savannah's fascinating Civil War history, then a trip to Fort Jackson and Bonaventure Cemetery is an absolute must. Located in the charming city of Savannah, Georgia, Fort Jackson and Bonaventure Cemetery provide a captivating glimpse into a pivotal period of American history, as well as a chance to explore the city's incredible natural beauty.

At Fort Jackson, you'll encounter a perfectly preserved military installation that played a key role in Savannah's defense during the Civil War. With knowledgeable guides leading the way, you'll explore the many bunkers, cannons, and gunpowder magazines that once protected the city's inhabitants from Union forces. You'll also learn about the various battles that took place in and around the fortification, and how the soldiers who lived and fought here helped shape the course of American history.

After you've explored Fort Jackson, head over to Bonaventure Cemetery to immerse yourself in Savannah's hauntingly beautiful natural surroundings. This majestic 160-acre cemetery, which is located along the banks of the Wilmington River, is the final resting place of many of Savannah's most prominent citizens, including poet Conrad Aiken and musician Johnny Mercer. With its ornate sculptures, towering oak trees, and winding waterways, Bonaventure Cemetery is nothing short of mesmerizing.

As you wander through Bonaventure Cemetery, you'll encounter countless examples of the incredible artistry and craftsmanship that define Savannah's unique cultural heritage. From the impeccably detailed headstones to the delicate wrought-iron gates that line the paths, every inch of this cemetery is a testament to the vision and skill of the artisans who created it.

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 Pass By  Bonaventure Cemetery
Bonaventure Cemetery in Savannah is where history, nature, and art unfurl across a 100-acre tableau. Unveil centuries-old stories etched in tombstones while soaking up the cemetery's ethereal beauty - a visit here is far from ordinary.
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 Stop at  Byrd Cookie Company
Experience a mouthwatering adventure at Byrd Cookie Company in Savannah, GA. A must-visit destination for food lovers, it boasts over a hundred years of tradition in creating delicious and unique cookies. Witness these culinary delicacies come to life at the on-site bakery, explore a wide variety of flavors at the tasting bar, or shop for sweet souvenirs in the charming boutique storefront. The Byrd Cookie Company is a delicious detour in any Savannah journey.
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 Pass By  Wormsloe Historic Site in Savannah, GA
At Savannah's Wormsloe Historic Site, one can journey back to Georgia's colonial days. Blessed with majestic live oaks and a captivating aura of history, it offers an immersive experience like no other. The site boasts a fort replica, revealing artifacts, and gorgeous nature trails, offering an enriching glimpse into the past.

Overall, a visit to Fort Jackson and Bonaventure Cemetery is a unique and unforgettable experience that gives you a sense of Savannah's rich history and incredible natural beauty. Whether you're a Civil War buff, an art lover, or simply someone who enjoys exploring new places, you're sure to find something to love about this incredible destination. So why wait? Book your trip to Savannah today and discover all that this amazing city has to offer!

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Wormsloe & Bonaventure Tour
Available Now until 3/31/2025 View Detailed Schedule
Pickup included
Frequently Asked Questions for Fort Jackson & Bonaventure:
  • What is included in the admission price?
    Half-Day Wormsloe Historic Site & Bonaventure Cemetery Tour from Savannah, visit to Bonaventure Cemetery and Wormsloe Historic Site and transportation.
  • Approximately how long does the Fort Jackson & Bonaventure last?
    It lasts approximately 6 hours.
  • For what ages is the tour appropriate?
    Great for all ages.
  • Is photography / video recording allowed on the Fort Jackson & Bonaventure?
    Yes.
  • Is transportation to the departure location available for the Fort Jackson & Bonaventure?
    Complimentary Hotel Pick-Up & Drop-Off from Savannah's Historic District Hotels

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