The Kehoe Iron Works Campus at Trustees' Garden is a historic treasure and a collection of versatile event spaces.
Built in the late 19th century, the Kehoe Iron Works building has been a part of Savannah's rich history for over a century. The building has been beautifully restored and now serves as an event space that seamlessly combines historical charm with modern amenities. One of the most unique spaces within the Kehoe Iron Works building is the Kehoe Teaching Kitchen, a fully-equipped kitchen perfect for cooking classes, demonstrations, and intimate dinners. The Metal Building, located in the same complex, is a 8,000 square feet space with an additional 2,000 square feet of space in the Annex that can be used for additional space that allows for flexibility in hosting events of different scales. The Kehoe Green Room is also located within the Kehoe Iron Works building and offers a comfortable space for guests to relax before or after their event. The Kehoe Iron Works building is the perfect venue for those looking for a unique and historic setting for their event.
Morris Park is an outdoor plaza/ampitheatre, seating as many as 5,000+ people for performances. It is one of Savannah's most popular event spaces that covers over 1 acre of green space. With a natural incline for seating, it is best known for concerts, Savannah Music Festival performances, the annual Christmas Festival at Trustees' Garden, and many other large events. Bring your own chairs or sit on the grassy hill to enjoy music, dancing, and other entertainment.