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First Tuesday Tours of City Hall
Council Chambers
City Hall's Council Chambers, January 1906
Are you interested in learning more about City Hall's history, architecture and art?  Join us for our monthly lunch-time tours of City Hall the first Tuesday of each month 12:00pm noon.  Tours are free, but space is limited so please register online or by calling (912) 651-6411 or emailing .

Can't make it to the First Tuesday Tour?  You can still visit City Hall, and view the first floor rotunda (crowned with a beautiful stained glass dome) and the current "Art in the Rotunda" exhibit.  City Hall history booklets are available at the security guard station.  City Hall is open Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5:00pm.

City Hall Exhibits
Exhibit Artifacts
Artifacts featured in the 225th City Anniversary Exhibit
Art in the Rotunda is a rotating exhibit in City Hall's first floor Rotunda featuring the work of local artists, curated by the Cultural Affairs Department. This exhibit is available to the general public Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm, except City holidays.
  • July-December 2016, Celebrating Savannah's National Historic Landmark District: Featuring winners of the Elementary School Art Competition, this exhibit celebrates Savannah's National Historic Landmark District's 50th anniversary (designated in 1966).  The works, created by students in grades 1 through 5 in both public and private schools throughout Chatham County, depict various aspects of the historic district, including: Buildings; Streets; Squares; the Riverfront; and Architectural details.  The artwork displays a variety of media, including: watercolor; pen and ink; pencil; acrylics; and photography.

History in the Chamber
includes two rotating exhibits in City Hall's second floor City Council Chamber featuring artifacts and documents from the City's historical collections which relate to the City government's and the Savannah community's history. These exhibits are available to the general public on Council Meeting days (every other Thursday) or during our First Tuesday Tours of City Hall.
  • Artifacts from the Cluskey Embankment Stores Archaeology Project   
  • Artifacts from the Municipal Archives Celebrating 225 Years of City Government