Friday, February 3, 2012

Freebie Friday: Super Museum Sunday Means Free Attraction Entry in Savannah

What does the Super Bowl have in common with high culture? Absolutely nothing usually (unless you consider Ferris Bueler-esque auto commercials intellectually stimulating).

But for those lucky enough to live in or be visiting handsome Savannah, Georgia on that day, the two are inextricably linked.

That's because the civilized curators in Savannah have decided to celebrate Super Bowl once again by throwing open the doors of the city's top attractions. From noon until 4pm on Feb 8, free entry will be given to the city's historic synagogues, churches and forts; the homes of Juliette Gordon Low and Flannery O'Conner; the SCAD Museum of Art; and a number of other sites. For a complete list, click here.


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    I could choose the right frame online and the print was delivered in good time to my home.