Bonaventure Cemetery:  A Fascinating Place in Savannah

Bonaventure Cemetery is a historic cemetery in Savannah, Georgia that was established in 1846.

The cemetery covers over 100 acres and is known for its beautiful Victorian-era tombstones and statues.

Though the famous statue from Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil is no longer here, there is still so much to see.

On the golf cart tour, you'll visit the graves of famous people like the poet Conrad Aiken and a young girl named Gracie Watson, whose statue looks very lifelike.

Taking a golf cart tour is the best way to explore the cemetery and learn about its history. The tour lasts one hour and gives you plenty of time to walk around afterwards.

During the tour, you'll see intricate sculptures, large tombs, and huge oak trees covered in Spanish moss.

Bonaventure Cemetery is not only a resting place but also a peaceful escape from the busy city. It's a great place to relax and reflect.

Whether you enjoy history, art, or just want to experience something unique, Bonaventure Cemetery and is a must-see in Savannah.

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