Gullah-Geechee community forms a very important part of Savannah culture, and if there is anything you want to know...
moreGullah-Geechee community forms a very important part of Savannah culture, and if there is anything you want to know about this region's indigenous people, you will be well served by visiting the Pin Point Heritage Museum. Previously an oyster and a crab factory, Pin Point Heritage Museum was established with the purpose of shedding light on the way of life of the community and you will come across fascinating artifacts that are reminiscent of local history. It is open from Thursdays to Saturdays and also offers a spectacular view of the marsh. less
This community of Pin Point was founded by freed slaves after the Civil War. It much later was an oyster canning facility. It's last incarnation was, in part, this museum. Justice Thomas attended its...more
What a cool place! Very interesting to learn about the Gullah/Geechee history and present. The guides could not have been more friendly and engaging. Educational and fascinating.more