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This is a building that could be seen from multiple angles in the city due to its beautiful golden dome. It’s a large building the dominates the view from multiple angles in the historic district. It’s easy to visit and very historic and surrounded by...More
We passed by city hall many times during our visit to Savannah. It is right in the center of the downtown area and frames the city. We used the elevator located on City Hall grounds to get down to River Street several times and the...More
It's hard to miss if you're in the downtown area. This is one classy building with a gleaming gold dome and a lot of history. It's at the end of Bull Street, which the tour operators love to point out (bull....politicians....get it???) so there are...More
The City Hall is a very attractive building not far from the waterfront. We didn't get the chance to go inside but would have liked to.
Seeing the sun shine on that golden dome makes for a great photo.
According to the history of the building, the City Hall was designed and built by local architect Hyman Wallace in 1901 and is a Renaissance Revival and was built to replace the old City Exchange building. Handsome looking building with gold dome can be seen...More
Although you are restricted to the first floor rotunda, a short visit here is worthwhile. Make sure you pick up a booklet to help you find the “treasures” within the building. And look up at the 4 story high stained glass dome.
This gold-domed jewel dominates the skyline of the historic district. Most of the building is not accessible to the public, but the foyer and rotunda are . . . so step in and appreciate the art and craftsmanship of mosaic tiles and art glass. Don't...More