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Plan your next visit! Free weekends for locals will come to an end on August 28!
Counties included: Chatham, Bryan, Effingham, and Liberty (Georgia), and Beaufort and Jasper (South Carolina)
*excludes Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters

Please Note: Joe's at the Jepson will be closed Thursday, 8/11 through Sunday, 8/21. The café will re-open on Monday, August 22.
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Our gift shops are open during regular museum hours, and museum admission is not required for you to come browse our store. We have a wide selection of products from local artists as well as exhibition-related and creativity-inspiring items. Whether you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind Savannah souvenir or the perfect gift for a loved one, you’ll find it at Telfair Museums’ gift shops or online below.

Bird Girl Statue

Telfair Museums is home to Sylvia Shaw Judson’s famous Savannah Bird Girl statue, featured on the cover of the best-selling novel Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil and in the movie based on the book. We’re pleased to offer licensed reproductions of the statue in several sizes.

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Telfair Original Publications

Purchase original publications from Telfair Museums. Books include catalogs from previous exhibitions, such as Slavery and Freedom in Savannah, Freedom’s March, and Dutch Utopia.

The Art of William O. Golding: Hard Knocks, Hardships, and Lots of Experience

This book explores the remarkable art and life of William O. Golding (1874-1943), an African American mariner and artist who made vibrant drawings of ships and far-off ports while he was a patient at the US Marine Hospital in Savannah, Georgia, during the 1930s. Autobiography, private symbolism, and sailor’s lore color his drawings, which contain worlds of information embedded in signal flags, waterfronts, and expressive miniature figures. His experience was rooted in the South, with the added perspective of a sailor and world traveler who served in the US Navy and as a merchant seaman during times of war. Expressive and idiosyncratic, his drawings stand out in the history of American art and are long overdue for closer study. 76 full-page reproductions of Golding’s work allow the reader to examine the artist’s maritime world in exceptional detail.

“In all that time since I left home I have been all over the world from North, South, East, and West and plenty of ports in the Seven (7) Seas from England to China, Japan, India, Australia, Africa, West Indies, Central America, South America, around Cape Horn 23 times, Cape of Good Hope 25 or 30 times.”—William O. Golding (Golden)

144 Pages. Hardcover.


cover of Suzanne Jackson: Five Decades catalogue

Suzanne Jackson: Five Decades

Published on the occasion of the first full-career survey of American artist Suzanne Jackson at Telfair Museums in Savannah, Georgia, Five Decades illuminates a professional career that spans more than fifty years, concentrating on a unique selection of Jackson’s artworks and their relationships to identity, community, the natural world, and the grace and movement of the human body.

“To me there isn’t any difference,” Jackson has reflected. “Art, life, and nature are all the same. There shouldn’t be any separation.”

Including foreword by Betye Saar, with contributors Aberjhani, Tiffany E. Barber, Melanee C. Harvey, julia elizabeth neal, and Rachel Reese.

160 pages with full-color plates; swiss-sewn binding; embossed cover and spine.


Slavery and Freedom in Savannah

Written by preeminent scholars of the history of Savannah and the American South, this award-winning book was published in conjunction with Telfair Museums’ exhibition of the same name. Learn the stories of Savannah’s free and enslaved residents from the city’s founding up until the early 20th century. Paperback. 262 pages.


The Artful Table – Cookbook

Art inspires. This book compiles a unique collection of masterpiece-inspired menus from chefs who have lent their talent to Telfair Museums in honor of our 125th Anniversary. Hardcover, dust jacket. 160 pages.


Freedom’s March

Photographs of the Civil Rights Movement in Savannah by Frederick C. Baldwin. Hardcover. 106 pages.


The Art of Kahlil Gibran

The Art of Kahlil Gibran

The first book written in English to focus on Kahlil Gibran’s art since 1919, this book contextualizes the visionary artist’s visual creations. Hardcover. 128 pages.



Alter Ego: A Decade of Work by Anthony Goicolea

This book documents the artist’s first monographic exhibition. Presenting more than 30 compelling works of art, this book represents the vast scope of Giocolea’s career to date. Hardcover, dust jacket. 123 pages.




Featuring over 30 plates, this book catalogs the portraits by Andrew Palliser included in the 2008 exhibition, Palliser.


Owens-Thomas House book

The Owens-Thomas House

This book presents a concise overview of Savannah’s premier historic house museum. Hardcover. 64 pages.


Return Policy

Your satisfaction is our goal. Please inspect your order as soon as it arrives. If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase please return it within 30 days of the ship date for an exchange or refund. Include the original packing slip with the return portion completely filled out. Address information is provided on the packing slip.No return after 30 days of ship date. Please note that the returned item must be in its original packaging and in sellable condition. No exceptions.



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Shipping Policy

Orders will be shipped via UPS ground or USPS depending on size and availability. We ship one day a week so please allow 10 business days for delivery. If there is an out of stock item on your order you will be notified before any other items are shipped. You may also order by phone or email.
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Sales Tax

For shipments inside the state of Georgia, a 7% sales tax will be added. No tax on shipments outside of Georgia.

Shipping & Handling for the Contiguous U.S.

$0.01 – 40.00 $10.50
$40.01 – 65.00 $15.00
$65.01 – 80.00 $17.00
$80.01 – 100.00 $20.00
$100.01 & ABOVE $23.50