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Heritage Center
207 East Gordon Street
Savannah, GA 31401
Phone: (912) 395-5070
FAX: (912) 201-7650

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Heritage Classroom
Go back in time in this authentic replica of a classroom from the 1800s.

 Summer Camps 2016

Come join us for Summer Camp  

Art Through The Ages

Explore Savannah’s history through art! Campers will enjoy making arts and crafts from different historical periods following Savannah’s artistic past from the Creek and Cherokee to Modern Art.

Field-Trips include the Jepson Center for the Arts and SCAD Museum of Art. The camp will culminate with a gallery show produced by the campers!

(Rising K through 3rd grade students)
Session One: June 6 - June 10 9am-3pm
Session Two: June 13 - June 17 9am-3pm

Digging History

Bring history alive! In this hands-on camp, participants will learn how archaeologists uncover the past, will participate in a simulated "excavation," and will discover all the archaeological treasures of the Georgia coast.

Students will visit local archaeological sites, including Coastal Heritage
Society's Battlefield Park and Wormsloe State Historic Site.

(Rising 3rd through 6th grade students)
Session One: June 27 - July 1 9am-3pm
Session Two: July 11 - July 15 9am-3pm

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 Hisotry on Wheels Presents...


A Journey on the Underground Railroad

In celebration of Black History Month, Massie Heritage Center’s Historical Specialists took students at Coastal Empire Montessori School on a Journey on the Underground Railroad using a traveling exhibit to place students in the middle of history with activity-based learning opportunities as they journey back in time!

This program is designed to be performed within the constraints of a classroom to meet the need for more in-school programming. The program utilizes Massie’s access to artifacts, and images. Interactive elements place the students in the role of an enslaved person traveling on the Underground Railroad. The “Underground Railroad” program was created to be annual program for Black History Month and aligns with the Georgia Performance Standards for various grade levels.

By the end of February 2016, Massie was able to bring this program into 50+ classrooms in the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System - allowing us to reach schools that would normally not have access to Massie and Massie’s resources.

In the future we hope to expand our in-school programming beyond Black History Month and elementary schools to reach middle-school and high-school students and allow for a broader depth of content and subjects.

Call Massie (395-5070) to discuss availability and to schedule a visit to your school.


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 May Day Celebration


The annual Massie May Day celebration is just around the corner.  It will be held  May 3rd.  Did you know this is a Spring celebration that dates all the way back to the Roman Republic? It's been celebrated all over the world among many different cultures and almost always involves music, song, and dance. Here in Savannah, Massie has been celebrating May Day for over 150 years. Students from many Chatham County schools come to Calhoun Square across from Massie and perform various cultural dances to traditional music from all over the world. It is a very multi-cultural and festive experience. The most impressive dance, of course, is the May Pole dance.

 Friends of Massie Lecture Series

invite you to attend
the 1st lecture in our series of four.

Come Join Us at Massie on June 7th at 7pm to hear Dr. Christopher Hendrix, Professor of History at Armstrong State University talk about Victorian Savannah.  

Refreshments will be served.

Come back frequently to look for the dates of future lectures.


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