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Location: 248 Oakland Avenue      map & directions

What to expect: "Less than a mile from the heart of downtown Atlanta, a hidden treasure, a secret sanctuary, welcomes you. This garden cemetery, founded in 1850, is the final resting place of many of Atlanta’s settlers, builders, and most noted citizens. It is also a showplace of sculpture and architecture, and a botanical preserve with ancient oaks and magnolias. Here in this peaceful place the full scope of the city’s rich and fascinating history unfolds before you."

Location: 464 Moreland Avenue NE      map & directions
Telephone: 404-577-3188

What to expect: “You will not find anything like this place back home. No, SERIOUSLY, you will NOT find anything like the Junkman's Daughter, Atlanta's Alternative Super Store, anywhere except here in the edgy; well, over-the-edge Neighborhood of Little Five Points.”


Location: 620 Broad Street      map & directions

What to expect: This abandoned and decaying hospital first opened in n 1842 as the Georgia State Lunatic, Idiot, and Epileptic Asylum, and like many asylums like this one, it was plagued by abuse and mistreatment of is patients until the 1960's and 1970's when deinstitutionalization took its toll. But it wasn't until 2010 that the asylum finally closed it's doors and began to rot away.

What you need to know: While it is now allowed to drive around the Hospital's campus, it is strictly forbidden to get close to the buildings, yet alone go inside! There is, however, a nearby museum that will gladly give you a tour of the museum's memorabilia and a history lesson by appointment only!


Telephone: 912-695-1578    Email:
Admission: $17.00  /  $10.00 for children under 10 y.o.     Reservations are required

What to expect: "Ride in real Hearses that were in service for more than 15 years with actual funeral parlors. Cruise over the cemeteries and through the beautiful streets of the Historic and Victorian districts. Hear of the spirits and ghost that are believed to haunt Savannah. You will see striking buildings where strange energies linger and you will hear the dark stories of the cities past on a potential paranormal journey you will never forget."

Location: 121 East Oglethorpe Avenue       map & directions

What to expect: "Built in 1750, the cemetery contains many of Savannah’s earliest settlers, including 700 victims of the great yellow fever epidemic of 1820, all of whom were interred in a mass grave. It is said that the actual number of Savannahians who fell to the plague numbered 666, but the total was rounded up to curtail any mention of the beast. The cemetery also served as the cities dueling grounds from 1740 until 1877."

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Location: 330 Bonaventure Road       map & directions

What to expect: A beautifully sculpted and heartbreaking monument that commemorates the death of a woman who, as legend has it, tragically drowned herself the day prior of her arrangeed marriage because she was deeply in love with someone else who was "beneath her social status."

Location: 5 W 40th Street       map & directions
Telephone: 912-335-8018

What to expect: “Graveface Records is the only curated record shop in Savannah, GA. We specialize in quality records hand-chosen by our geeks to meet your needs. Please get in touch if you have anything you'd like to sell (taxidermy, tapes, vinyl, art, weird stuff etc).”

Location: 36 West Broughton Street      map & directions
Telephone: 912-232-1500

What to expect: “The Paris Market and Brocante was established in 2001 by Paula and Taras Danyluk. Inspired by a love of world travel and a quirky design style, our intent is to emulate some of the classic with all the eccentric of the Marche aux Puces, Paris. We are a design concept experience rather than just a store; an impermanent and ever changing museum installation, that, if you wish, you can then take home. While Paris is our muse, you will notice our styles are also influenced by our latest travel, whether Buenos Aires or St. Petersburg, Melbourne or Tokyo.”

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