Pin Point Heritage Museum
For just over a century the Gullah/Geechee community lived fairly isolated from society, on the scenic banks of Moon River just south of Savannah. The community was founded by local Freedmen, a society that found family, religion, and works to be the most important aspects of life. In this enclave, there was a locally popular and economically stimulating factory called the Varn and Son Oyster and Crab Factory, and today that factory is a heritage museum in which your group can learn all about the city of Pin Point and its people.
The museum is only open Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, but admission inside will not be a regret! Your group will get to see an innovative celebration of life, work, and history of the community, as well as get details on the Gullah way of life, from religion and traditions to foodways and truly fascinating history. Multimedia presentations, exciting exhibits, and unparalleled views of the local marsh await your group upon arrival into the museum, and once you have looked around and learned all you can you should take advantage of the opportunity to stroll around the small scenic city.