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Historic Savannah Theatre in Savannah, GA

222 Bull St Savannah, GA 31401
The following tours go by Historic Savannah Theatre:
The following tours visit Historic Savannah Theatre:
Historic On and Off Trolley Tour of Savannah Photo
5/27/2024 - 12/31/2024
Buckle up and get ready to take in the history and beauty of Savannah, Georgia on the Historic On and Off Trolley Tour, an amazing historical tour that gives insight into Savannah's history.
Tipsy Trivia Tou Photo
5/27/2024 - 12/31/2024
Looking for a fun, unique, and educational way to experience Savannah, GA?
The historic Savannah Theatre first opened it's doors in 1818 with a performance of 'The Soldier's Daughter'.

The first structure was planned by William Jay, who is additionally the planner for the Telfair Mansion and the Owens-Thomas House, both in Savannah. In 1898 a tropical storm ravaged the first structure and removed segments of the rooftop from the structure and overwhelmed the assembly hall. Two flames in 1906 and 1948 prompted a few updates to the structure, and after the 1948 incident, the style of the performance center was transformed to Art Deco. Today, the Theater is a mainstream draw for live exhibitions and creations, and has filled in as both a live setting and cinema.

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