Established in 1733, Savannah is the oldest city in the U. S. State of Georgia. Now the seat of Chatham County, it was once the British colonial capital of the Province of Georgia, as well as the first state capital of Georgia. Savannah is known as America's first planned city
. The city's founder - General James Edward Oglethorpe - immediately after the foundation began to lay out his plan, which would later be hailed as the most intelligent grid in America. Thanks to its long history, Savannah has a lot of historic parts of the city, historic buildings, and stories about past residents who are a catch for the eyes, the ears and the minds of curious passersby. Some of those are Telfair Museums
- the first public art museum in the South and The Pirate's House
- a restaurant first opened in the mid-1700s.