Savannah Travel Guide
Savannah Travel Guide
Savannah Travel Guide
Savannah Restaurants
Savannah Hotels
Savannah Used Cars
Savannah Car Dealers
Savannah Real Estate
Savannah Travel Information
Savannah Golf Courses
Savannah Sports Teams
Savannah Jobs
Staying in Savannah
Things to do in Savannah
Atlanta Georgia Facts
Savannah College of Art & Design
» Things to Do In Savannah

Things to Do In Savannah

  • River Street: To make your Savannah trip a wonderful one do make a visit to the world famous River Street. This street is lined with shops and restaurants on one side and Savannah River flows on the other side thus it is world wide known as the river street. This place is the coolest place to spend a day in sight seeing, eating seafood, enjoying cocktail and watch huge ships pass by. This is also a venue for celebrating St. Patrick's Day celebration and fireworks on July 4th and New Year's Eve.

  • City Market:The old city market of Savannah dealt only in sale of fish and produce market, though the historic structure exists no more but instead stands a new market constructed by the Historical Savannah Foundation. Currently this charismatic town market comprises of art colonnades, specialty shops, restaurants, bars, and cafes. This market is also a starting point for various trolley and carriage tours. Weekends are garnished with live performances in the courtyard. If you miss this thing to do, you will really miss something special in Savannah.

  • Forsyth Park:It is a lovely 30 acre park with a tiered, cast-iron fountain as its hallmark. This graceful fountain was purchased from France in 1851 and it was also included in the movie shot ofMidnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. This park is in it self a very attractive place to spend a day in family picnic and click some of the most memorable pictures. There is an enjoyable park especially designed for kids. On a nice weather day you will find Frisbees in the air. Many locals come here for long walks.

  • Tybee Island Beach:Make this summer cool with a visit to this amazing Tybee Island Beach in Savannah. This beach was formerly known as Savannah Beach and to reach this incredible place from downtown savannah take I-80 East and zoom your way to this paradise on earth. Tybee Island has lot many things to offer like food, shopping water sports and of course the sun.

  • Carriage Tours of Savannah: If you have ever fantasized a tour in the horse driven carriage like that of Cinderella’s it is time to make your dream come true. These carriage tours of Savannah are a dream come true and these horse-driven carriage tours all the way through Historic District. It is about one hour’s journey that enlightens the riders regarding the city heritage and it vibrant past. This place hosts afternoon and evening tours along with ghost story tours and special honeymoon rides for couples. If you want to play safe, get yourself a reservation done beforehand.

  • Bonaventure Cemetery:This thrilling cemetery is an attractive place to visit to view intricate funereal statues, including the eminent one of a young girl who passed away at the tender age of six years. This place is also covered if you opt for ghost tour. The graves here range from 1820 till present day. This spine chilling tour is a very interesting thing to do but it is recommended to avoid taking kids with you.

  • Telfair Museum of Art:This is the oldest public art museum possessed by Savannah which exhibits an exotic collection of American and European paintings and sculptures. The museum has three distinct venues; the Academy of Arts and Sciences on Barnard Street, the Owens-Thomas House at 124 Abercorn Street and the Jepson Center for the Arts on West York Street. All these buildings are listed on the National Historic Register. The admission ticket covers trip to all the three properties making this museum visit one of the best deals in Savannah things to do.

  • The Savannah Walks:There are companies that deal in Savannah walking tours comprising theme variations that highlight homes, the Civil War, ghosts,Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, churches, and graveyards. The expeditions are a grand way of sight seeing that too without causative air pollution and traffic congestion. While your trip you also exercise. Isn’t that a good idea? If you find the deal attractive do get your tour tickets pre-booked. Let your feet experience the land of Savannah! Keep Walking!

Savannah City Guide
  • Mercer Williams House Museum:It is one of the most beautiful houses in savannah that is famous as well. Built in 1871 and owned by Jim Williams this house was featured in the book as well as the movie by the nameMidnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. Though it remained a private residence for many years but its beauty and grace attracted visitors to step inside and stroll through rooms immaculately festooned with antique furniture, Chinese porcelain and 18th-century English and American portraits. This house museum is an extraordinary piece of classic interior decoration. One must see it!

» Ads by Google
City of Savannah About us Advertise Sitemap Contact us E-mail