History of Savannah Station
Savannah Station was originally constructed in 1902 as a stable for horses that hauled freight wagons for The Southern Express Company. In 1918, it was sold to The American Railway Express, which, in its day, was synonymous with United Parcel Service. What is now the Ballroom was originally built and used as a garage and truck depot for their commercial trucks.
In 1969, the building was sold to Taylor Furniture Company to warehouse furniture and was eventually used as a garage for tour buses. In early 1997, two Savannah businessmen bought the facility for the purpose of renovating it into an elegant event facility.
Now called SAVANNAH STATION, the building has 12,000-square feet of event space perfect for local Savannahians, tourists, and conventioneers. It’s unique and varied history is just one of its charms!
Clients say that “pictures don’t do it justice.” Savannah Station is a one-of-a-kind venue that has facilities for everything. The Bar is ideal for small events while the Ballroom can host events for up to 400 people. There’s ample room for any private function and a perfect slate for any design.
See What Our Clients' are Saying
"We loved working with Savannah Station! The venue was beautiful and was a perfect place for our ceremony and reception. The team was awesome to work with as we were in the planning stages and collaborated well with our other vendors and caterers. Would absolutely recommend this venue."
"Savannah Station was the perfect venue for our wedding! We did the ceremony and reception at Savannah Station. The venue is beautiful and spacious- all of our guests raved about the venue. Without Theresa's help in the planning, I would have been lost. I truly cannot thank the staff enough for making our day perfect! They really went above and beyond. Book Savannah Station - you won't be disappointed!"