Massie News

Lawrence Semon

Silent film star, Lawrence Semon, attended Massie at turn of the last century, from around 1900, when he was 11 years old, to 1904. He played the role of the scarecrow in The Wizard of OZ

Native Americans of the Georgia Coast Festival

Living History Demonstrations, Native American Games for Kids, Arts and Crafts , Guided Tours

May Day 2023 - A Savannah Tradition

​May Day 2023 was celebrated Friday, May 5th in Historic Downtown Savannah sponsored by Massie Heritage Center. See pictures of the May day King and Queen with Superintendent, Dr. Ann Levett and Board President, Roger Moss.

Board of Public Education Seeks Public Feedback through Online Survey

Community Survey to Provide Feedback For Superintendent Search

Learn About Massie

Watch a video and discover what Massie has to offer visitors

May Day at Massie Through the Years Photo album

Look back at photos of May Day activities and guests through Massie's 167 year old history

Visit Massie Through Historic Images

Images of events and people who attended, visited, and/or taught at Massie School. Dates extend from from the early 1900s thorugh approximately the 1950s and early 1960s.

Massie Heritage Center Awarded Two Excellence in Exhibition Recognitions from the Coastal Museums Association

Excellence in Exhibition recognition is bestowed on exhibits that show excellence in interpretation, design, and implementation.

Exhibit: The Heritage Classroom (All Levels)

Step back in time to an authentic nineteenth-century classroom. Engage in authentic grade-level appropriate reading, writing, arithmetic, and geography lessons and practice penmanship with quill pens. ​

Exhibit: Teachers As Trailblazers in Savannah - Mid 19th Century - Present

Learn about educators who led the way in changing educational policies and procedures in Chatham County


Saftey First in the Museum

Heritage Education Programs

Learn About our progams

Exhibit - American Indians of Coastal Georgia

​​​​​​Discover the largest collection of Yamacraw American Indian artifacts in the country and the only American Indian Exhibit in Savannah. Examine artifacts that chronicle more than 10,000 years of human history in Georgia.​

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