|Brunswick's streets and squares were laid out on Oglethorpe's Savannah Plan in 1771. George Washington proclaimed Brunswick as one of the five original ports of entry for the Colonies in 1789.
Today, Brunswick is nurtured by an ongoing revitalizion and restoration program for Georgia's second largest concentration of historic structures.
Visit our bustling waterfront, home to The Liberty Ship Memorial Plaza, shrimp boats, cruise and casino ships, a marina, and vessels from around the world.
Enjoy the charms of Old Town Brunswick, with its Victorian commercial buildings, grand residential homes, historic banquet and reception facilities, and delightful bed & breakfast inns.
Explore streets of quaint shops, restaurants, art galleries and antique dealers.
Cultural and historic festivals, performances and special events are scheduled throughout the year...
In an atmosphere that's warm and welcoming for residents and visitors alike!
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