Massie Heritage Museum in Savannah, GA
Closed as a regular school in 1974, Massie reopened in 1977 as a teaching museum for history and architecture with programs attracting visitors of all ages, serving over 20,000 visitors last year. A local school system property, the site hosts exhibitions and programs throughout the year.
For over 150 years, Massie has educated the citizens of Savannah and the surrounding area. Today, we continue a tradition of providing high-quality, engaging programs for visitors of all ages.
Massie School houses five permanent exhibits focused on Savannah’s history, architecture, and preservation movement. Savannah’s City Plan includes 3-D model of Savannah’s 2.2 square mile Landmark Historic District, Savannah’s Architectural Styles, Historic Preservation, Heritage Classroom, and Native Americans in Coastal Georgia.