The museum is located in the passenger station of the Central Georgia Railroad. There are many exhibits pertaining to a wide variety of Savannah's history, including the Civil War. Exhibits include uniforms, weaponry, and the battle flag of the Savannah Volunteer Guard, which fought at Saylor's Creek, Virginia. Other artifacts include weaponry from the CSS Georgia and one of the rarest keg torpedoes in the world.
Fitzgerald, Georgia | Located in a historical railroad depot, the entire space of this museum has been renovated and redesigned to reveal the remarkable founding story of Fitzgerald and its roots in the Civil War.
Washington, Georgia | This house museum was originally built about 1835 and contains a collection of artifacts, memorabilia and antiques representing more than 200 years of history in Washington and Wilkes County, Georgia.