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Pin Point Heritage Museum, Savannah

Categories: History Museums, Museums
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4.8/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web
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  • The Pin Point Heritage Museum recounts the amazing story of the freed slaves who built a self sustaining community. The video presentation and guided tour gives you a fantastic understanding of how li...  read more »
  • Pin Point was a coastal community of Gullah/Geechee families that made their living working in the marshes that surround Savannah. This museum is located in a restored oyster and crab factory. You wil...  read more »
  • This is a super interesting piece of local African-American history, no matter what your persuasion. Every American should visit this. We went self guided, but were a little sorry afterwards we didn't...  read more »
  • Brilliant small museum telling the story of a gullah/geechee community who were established in Pin Point Savannah. Great positive atmosphere despite the hardships that the community of freed slaves had to face. Amazing that supreme Court judge Clarence Thomas was born and bred here. Well worth a visit for the history lesson that they provide. Very interesting.
  • Stumbled upon this place while driving through the marsh on a weekend trip to Savannah. Pin Point was certainly the highlight of the entire trip. The documentary shown at the museum was captivating, as was the tour, which was led by one of the documentary's central figures. I am so glad to have come across this place, and I will forever be moved by its history.
  • Lived here all my life and never knew about this community. The tour was fascinating and guide was a life-long resident of this community. Recommend this for natives and visitors alike!
  • Awesome off the beaten path museum. Clarence Thomas lived here as a child and his mother worked here. One of the highlights of our trip.
  • Amazing experience! Amazing staff! Actually met "Dog" from the video. You must visit if any where near here!! We learned so much and had a great time!!
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