Laurel Grove South Cemetery

Description

Built in 1850, this historic cemetery has two sections. The 90-acre Laurel Grove South has more free African-Americans from the era of slavery buried in it than in any other Southeastern cemetery. Across the road, Laurel Grove North is the final resting place of more than 1,500 Confederate soldiers as well as Girl Scouts founder Juliette Gordon Low.

Address

2101 Kollock St.
Savannah, Georgia 31415

Lat/Long

32.06157700, -81.11218900

Open Hours

Daily 8--5.
Visit Website
(912) 651-6772

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