The Coastal Heritage Society announces that some key attractions they operate will reopen beginning this weekend.
Georgia State Railroad Museum will be open from Friday, May 15th through Sunday, May 17th, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
"All tours will begin every half hour beginning at 10am, so please plan accordingly. While the experience will be different from our usual offerings, tickets will include a rich guided experience and there will be a family activity led by a Savannah Children’s Museum educator for one family at a time every 30 minutes, first come, first served," a spokesperson says.
Old Fort Jackson will be open from Friday, May 15h through Sunday, May 17th from 9 am to 5 pm. "Tickets will include a rich guided experience that will also incorporate a cannon firing and musket demonstration," they say.
"For the safety of all staff and guests," they say they will be observing social distancing protocols and implementing enhanced sanitizing procedures. "We strongly urge guests to wear masks and adhere to public health safety protocols."
Capacity will be limited to 20 guests at a time, and they suggest to call ahead to check availability.
No tours at either site from 12:30-1 pm and last tour begins at 3:30 pm at Georgia State Railroad Museum and 4:30pm at Old Fort Jackson. Visitors can purchase tickets beginning on May 15th in their gift shops or online at: https://bit.ly/CoastalAdmissions