Welcome to Trustees’ Garden Savannah’s Premier Event Venues

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Elevated Southern Event Experiences

Located within Savannah’s iconic Downtown Historic District, Trustees’ Garden features three signature venues that are home to some of Savannah’s most influential and notable events. Dating back to the 1700’s, Trustees’ Garden is an integral part of Savannah’s rich past as well as its promising future.

The various historic venues have been meticulously restored with state of the art amenities while preserving as much of their industrial character as possible. Adaptable for many uses and available to rent for weddings, corporate events and much more.

Trustees' Garden

“ At Trustees' Garden we have created a very popular gathering place where people can mingle daily with artisans, philosophers, scientists, writers, researchers and others from different disciplines and walks of life. We want to encourage healthy lifestyles by promoting exercise, eating healthy foods and stimulating conversation with very limited car/truck traffic. We want Trustees’ Garden to be a safe and comfortable place for quiet contemplation and other activities. Trustees' Garden provides spaces for children to play, learn, and do fun things with their families. Our goal is to make sure that Trustees’ Garden is financially, socially and environmentally sustainable so it will last for generations. ”

- Charles H. Morris, Owner


Our Signature Event Venues

The Charles H Morris Center- Ceremony 77

The Charles H Morris Center

The Morris Center is a special event, music/entertainment, wedding reception, corporate and private function venue. With 3600 square feet in the main ballroom, it seats 300 with full stage, sound and lighting. It is one of the south’s most popular entertainment and wedding destinations and is consistently voted Best of Savannah event spaces.

In addition, the attached outdoor tent adds 2400 square feet of covered and sheltered space.

Kehoe Ironworks Campus

The Kehoe Iron Works Campus in Savannah has a long history and has been restored into a stunning event space that combines the charm of the past with modern amenities. The campus consists of several adaptable event spaces making it perfect for any event. One notable feature is the Kehoe Teaching Kitchen, which is a fully-equipped kitchen suitable for cooking classes, demonstrations, and intimate dinners. The Metal Building provides 8,000 square feet of space, with an additional 2,000 square feet available in the Annex for more flexibility in hosting events of varying sizes. Guests can also enjoy the comfort of the Kehoe Green Room for relaxation before or after their event. The rolling lawn of Kehoe Park creates a natural ampitheatre, perfect for large outdoor events.

Trade Shows Expos
The Metal Building Reception

The Metal Building

The beautifully restored historic Metal Building at Trustees' Garden, the largest part of the Kehoe Iron Works Campus, is 8,000 square feet (approximately 160’ X 50’) for gatherings featuring state of the art acoustics and lighting. The Metal Building at Trustees' Garden is a multi-use venue for corporate events, dinners and banquets, staged performances and music, runway fashions shows, traveling exhibits, art shows, community gatherings and more. Supported by full kitchen and catering facilities, restrooms, full A/V, internet and technical support.

Georgia Trust For Historic Preservation

Marguerite Williams Award for Preservation

The Marguerite Williams Award is presented annually to the project that has had the greatest impact on preservation in the state.


“Intent on leaving a lasting community legacy, Mr. Morris’ vision and historic preservation ethic has brought back to life what was long a forgotten and abandoned section of Savannah’s landmark district and an important piece of the city’s industrial, cultural, and architectural history.”

Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation