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The Savannah African Art Museum is open to the public. But, due to Covid-19, we have been working hard to figure out a way to still offer safe, as well as great tours to you, our museum friends and family. This is our solution. 


Welcome to our Virtual Tour page! 

Here you can find out more about the ways to stay connected with us virtually. We have been strengthening our social media accounts so that we are as accessible as possible for everyone to be involved across multiple platforms! 



Savannah African Art Museum is offering virtual online group tours daily

(Wednesday - Friday, excluding holidays) through Zoom. Tours are available starting at

11:00 am through 4:00 pm.

Group Tours through Zoom and are limited to 100 devices/guests where a guide will take you around the museum and speak on key works in the museum's collection. 

Zoom Tours will last approximately 45 minutes.

**We are asking for large groups and class tours to have a group leader or teacher schedule the visit under one name with the number of guests that will be attending. From there you will be able to share the confirmation email with the ZOOM link.

If you are registering a tour for a class please have your professor register the class for a tour and they will share the link with their students. 

Zoom tours require registration through the link below, or by clicking on the Zoom icon above.

Some of our other online resources can be found below! ​





Don't miss us on Facebook! We have an archive of Facebook Live videos

that take you on a focused tour of one to two objects.

This mini tour will last between 15-30 minutes. 


We have a YouTube channel! While this is a non-interactive tour platform, the Savannah African Art Museum has an archive of videos that cover some objects in our collection in the form of 5-10 minute videos. These are bite size resources to learn about the specific African Art and cultures that we have on display at the Museum. 

The Savannah African Art Museum offers West Africa and Central Africa tours in the main building and the Upbeat Village which includes pottery and carved wooden doors that focus on different themes of Leadership, Initiation, Problem Solving, Prestige, Ancestry, and Spirits. 

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