Discovering Historic Savannah, GA
Known as America's Most Haunted City, Savannah was Georgia's first city and has been welcoming guests since 1733. Offering a rich history, breathtaking architecture, haunted cemeteries, natural beauty, and plenty of Southern charm, Savannah offers something for every visitor. Explore important monuments, stunning formal gardens, historic antebellum mansions, educational museums, and enjoy the fantastic nightlife and world-class dining in this pedestrian-friendly city.
Stay at the Planters Inn on Reynolds Square and visit Savannah's finest attractions, like the City Market, Forsyth Park, Lucas Theatre, and much more just minutes from our comfortable rooms.
For a quick overview of the city, watch Fox News recent feature, Savannah In 5.
Georgia on Your Mind
No matter how long your stay in Savannah, you'll be forever beckoned back to this magical, one-of-a-kind Southern city. Ancient oak trees with Spanish moss arch like natural canopies across historical downtown's red-brick streets. Magnolias bloom in abundance, wafting sweetness through the air on warm spring and summer evenings. And The Planters Inn is the perfect place to make the most of your visit to this haunting-in-more-ways-than-one city.
Historic Savannah, GA - America's Most Haunted City
Georgia's first city has a spooky side, and has well-earned its title of America's Most Haunted City. Whether from Civil War battlefields, former spots of centuries-old pirate ships, or private homes, wide, wild and varying accounts of Savannah's most infamous spirits are yours for the taking while on any number of the entertaining and thrilling ghost tours of the city.
You'll Have More Fun Than Time!
Savannah offers all kinds of "Savannah Experiences" designed to fit your lifestyle and interests. From romantic, historic and culinary getaways to eco-tourism, shopping, festival and family-centered vacations, you'll find it all in Savannah.