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STUDENT: $12.50 (THROUGH HIGH SCHOOL, OR COLLEGE WITH ID).
DISCOUNT: $12.50 (SENIOR - 65 OR OVER, PAST OR PRESENT MILITARY).
CHILD: FREE (5 AND UNDER).
FAMILY: $40.00 (UP TO 2 ADULTS AND THREE CHILDREN UNDER 18).
GROUP: $10.00/PERSON (FOR GROUPS OF 10 OR MORE WHO MAKE RESERVATIONS AHEAD OF TIME).
HOURS: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM (LAST ADMISSION 4:15 PM). TUES - SUN.
HOLIDAY CLOSINGS: MLK DAY, PRESIDENTS' DAY, ST. PATRICK'S DAY, EASTER, MEMORIAL DAY, JULY 4, LABOR DAY, THANKSGIVING, CHRISTMAS EVE, CHRISTMAS DAY, NEW YEAR'S EVE, NEW YEAR'S DAY
PIONEERS IN PRESERVATION PASS: For the discounted price of $30.00 you can visit the homes where Savannah's preservation movement began: William Scarbrough House (Ships of the Sea), Isaiah Davenport House, and the Andrew Low House.
For information about accommodations for those with disabilities or mobility issues
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LOCATION & DIRECTIONS
The Museum is located in historic downtown Savannah at 41 Martin Luther King, Jr., Boulevard, between the Holiday Inn and The Grey restaurant. Ships of the Sea is only one block west of City Market and a few blocks north of the Visitor Center. Free parking is available for guests in the Museum's parking lot located on the south side of the building. To view a Google map of the Museum's location please click here.
TOURS & GROUP PROGRAMS
The Museum is arranged for self-guided tours. Please expect to spend at least one hour on site to explore the galleries and gardens. For groups of 10 or more, Ships of the Sea can provide a guided tour of the Museum with a reservation in advance. Please contact Caroline Berry at 912-232-1511, or firstname.lastname@example.org, for reservations and information.
RESEARCH, APPRAISALS & DONATIONS
Given the Museum's mission, acquisition of artifacts is limited to items relating to Savannah's maritime history. If you have a item for donation you feel would be appropriate to the Museum's collection, please contact us via email.
Ships of the Sea does not offer appraisals of maritime artifacts, nor is it equipped to provide research services.
For more information on the architecture of the Old South you many be interested in the definitive ten-volume Architecture of the Old South book series available from Savannah's Beehive Press.
THE GIFT SHOP
The Museum's gift shop contains a large selection of books related to maritime life, arts, and history. In addition there is also a variety of books on Southern gardening, architecture, and history. Gifts related to the maritime theme of the Museum are available for all ages. For more information please visit our Gift Shop Page.
ACCOMMODATIONS FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
The parking lot has curb cuts and four handicapped spaces.
The Museum's gardens are wheelchair accessible. The North Garden features a wheelchair ramp which provides access to the Assembly Room where handicap restroom facilities are located.
The main floor, housing the principal part of the collection, is eleven steps above ground level, the second floor is 22 steps above the main floor.
Persons with disabilities or mobility issues may use the wheelchair lift, located under the Museum's south porch for access to the main floor. The lift is accessible via the Scarbrough Garden - the grounds behind the Museum.
The lift has a weight capacity of 800 lbs. Unfortunately, our lift is currently out of order.
The second floor is accessible by stairs only. Persons with disabilities may view a video of the second-floor collection in the Museum's gift shop.