resident artists and three dozen galleries as well as huge writers’ and fine arts colonies. Savannah GA Savannah’s rich and flamboyant history clearly makes this place of leading artistic center. The best-selling novel with plenty of LGBT undertones, “Midnight in the Garden of Good And Evil,” does not hurt its reputation. The stunning architecture sitting on cliffs along the coast, the Historic district and the South’s very first museum- the Telfair, all will satisfy all in your group. There is a Music Festival, Jazz Festival and Folk Music Festival so it is no wonder this town is an amazing draw. Provincetown MA This historic city sits at the north tip of Cape Cod. It is famous for
its beaches, harbor, wildlife and wild life (as in LGBT nightlife), and a huge artists’ community. The Provincetown Art Association and Museum is unique in that it preserves historic artwork. Provincetown is America’s oldest art colony. Not only will you find great art in Provincetown’s museums and art galleries, but also everywhere you go, the Town Hall, Provincetown Public Library, guesthouses, restaurants and banks. The Friday night Gallery Stroll in season throws the doors open to everyone who wants to see what makes Provincetown as vibrant artistically as it was a hundred years ago. It is a true gem. Many other amazing towns cater to art. I dare say on a road trip, you and your traveling companions will find art everywhere. There towns are my leaders, but stay alert and you will find many places catering to your artistic need!
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