Eye-catching greenery
It's difficult to single out any certain area of Savannah's Historic District in which you can experience gardens, because the area is rich with eye-catching greenery. However, here are a few prime gardens spots to get you started.
Owens-Thomas House, 124 Abercorn St. on Oglethorpe Square: The Regency-style mansion, built from 1816-1819, features a parterre. Information: (912) 233-9743.Ships of the Sea Museum, 41 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.: The 1896 house features a formal English garden as well as a wildflower garden. Information: (912) 232-1511.Private gardens: There are beautiful private gardens on the northwest corner of Jones and Lincoln streets and the northeast corner of Jones and Abercorn streets.
For more information on visiting Savannah, contact the Savannah Area Convention and Visitors Bureau, (877) 748-2662, or visit on the Web.

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