Ships of the Sea Museum

Located just across the northwest boundary of the Historic District on Martin Luther King Blvd., the Ships of the Sea Museum is one of Savannah's many tourist attractions. Housed in the original Scarbrough house originally built for William Scarbrough, Savannah's maritime museum features a large collection of shipping artifacts, memorabilia and models (more than 150) ranging in length from a few inches to eight feet.

The museum was founded in 1966 to showcase maritime antiquities from the 18th and 19th centuries. Some of the models showcased include the City of Savannah, the Anne, the Steamship Savannah, the Wanderer, and the Titanic.

Tuesday - Sunday 10-5

41 Martin Luther King Boulevard

(912) 232-1511



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