Essential Itineraries

Three Ways To Explore Savannah

Whether you love history, great food, or ghost stories, there's a Savannah itinerary tailored just for you. Check out our "top three" essential itineraries every Savannah visitor should experience.

  • Food Lovers Experience

    Food Lovers Experience

    Dining ranks high on our list of must-have Savannah experiences. After all, the city is routinely named among the hottest food cities in the country.  

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    Don’t miss these local favorites:

    Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room - Locals line up early for Mrs. Wilkes’ fried chicken, passed family style alongside other Southern staples. No reservations, no credit cards.

    107 W Jones St, Savannah, GA 31401

    (912) 232-5997

    The Olde Pink House - Set in Savannah’s only 18th century mansion, this charming restaurant is a beloved culinary and historic landmark.

    23 Abercorn St, Savannah, GA 31401

    (912) 232-4286

    Leopold’s Ice Cream - An essential experience for ice cream lovers, Leopold’s Tutti Fruitti is a Savannah original dating back to 1919. Think rum, candied fruit and Georgia pecans.

    212 E Broughton St, Savannah, GA 31401

    (912) 234-4442

    The Crab Shack - No trip to Savannah is complete without a Lowcountry boil on Tybee Island. Sit outdo

    40 Estill Hammock Rd, Tybee Island, GA 31328

    (912) 786-9857

    Savannah Taste Experience Food Tour - Take a walking tasting tour of Savannah on this popular food lovers' experience in downtown Savannah.

    118 Barnard Street, #10973, Savannah, GA 31401

    (912) 221-4439

  • Savannah For History Buffs

    Savannah For History Buffs

    Historic homes, Confederate battlefields, storied cemeteries. You’d be hard-pressed to escape the history etched into virtually every Savannah experience. Ready to get started?

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    Historical places to visit:

    Georgia Historical Society - Explore the state’s premier collection of historic artifacts in the South’s oldest continuously operating historical society.

    501 Whitaker St, Savannah, GA 31401

    (912) 651-2125

    Massie Heritage Center - A great starting point for sightseeing, the Massie Heritage Center takes you from pre-Colonial times to modern-day.

    207 E Gordon St, Savannah, GA 31401

    (912) 395-5070

    Fort Jackson - A restored 19th century fort on the Savannah River, this National Historic Landmark is the oldest brick fort in the state.

    1 Fort Jackson Rd, Savannah, GA 31404

    (912) 232-3945

    City Market - Dating back to the 1700s, the Savannah City Market is a four-block open-air market comprising restored cotton warehouses on the river.

    219 W Bryan St, Savannah, GA 31401

    (912) 232-4903

  • Let's Go Ghost-Hunting

    Let's Go Ghost-Hunting

    Regularly proclaimed “America’s Most Haunted City,” Savannah surprises visitors with spine-tingling mix of cemeteries, spirited walking tours, and storytelling.

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    Highlights include:

    Bonaventure Cemetery - Famous for its star turn in the film Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, this scenic local cemetery has long cast a spell on locals.

    330 Bonaventure Rd, Thunderbolt, GA 31404

    (912) 651-6843

    Moon River Brewing Company - This popular (and occasionally aggressively paranormal) microbrewery was once the city’s first hotel.

    21 W Bay St, Savannah, GA 31401

    (912) 447-0943

    The Olde Pink House - Set in Savannah’s only 18th century mansion, this charming restaurant is a beloved culinary and historic landmark.

    23 Abercorn St, Savannah, GA 31401

    (912) 232-4286

    Old City Jail - One of the city’s spookiest spots is the Old City Jail, which dates back to 1802 and is said to be haunted by convicts, Confederate POWs, and 19th century pirates.

    145 Montgomery St, Savannah, GA 31401

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