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Savor The Centuries-Old Style of Savannah

Filled with rich history, breathtaking architecture, haunted cemeteries, and plenty of Southern charm, Savannah has something special for every visitor. Explore stunning formal gardens, Civil War monuments and historic antebellum mansions. Savor world-class restaurants and shop one-of-a-kind boutiques. Stroll cobblestone streets lined with live oaks draped with Spanish moss. Named one of the friendliest cities in the world by Condé Nast Traveler, Savannah captivates visitors with its relaxed attitude and year-round mix of festivals and coastal recreation.  

  • City Market

    City Market

    Spanning four blocks in the heart of Savannah’s Historic District, City Market is a historic nod to the city’s first open-air marketplace. See local artisans at work, shop for regional crafts, dine in charming bistros - all in what’s called the “Art & Soul of Savannah.”

    219 W Bryan Street
    Phone: (912) 232-4903
    Monday - Wednesday 10AM - 5PM
    Thursday - Saturday 10AM - 8PM
    Sunday 1PM - 5PM

  • Davenport House Museum

    Davenport House Museum

    Set on Columbia Square, this Federal-style home was built between 1815 and 1820. It delights historians and decorative arts enthusiasts with its period details.

    324 E State Street
    Phone: (912) 236-8097
    Monday - Saturday 10AM - 4PM
    Sunday 1PM - 4PM;

  • River Street

    River Street

    A nine-block promenade that was once home to Savannah’s cotton warehouses, River Street is now a bustling gathering place packed with shops, galleries, and restaurants.

  • Cathedral of St. John the Baptist

    Cathedral of St. John the Baptist

    Architecture buffs won’t want to miss this elegant example of the French Gothic style located on Lafayette Square.

    222 E Harris Street
    Phone: (912) 233-4709
    Monday - Saturday 9 AM - 5PM

  • The Savannah Theatre

    The Savannah Theatre

    The oldest continuously operating theater in America, the Savannah Theatre opened in 1818 and continues to charm audiences with live performances.

    222 Bull Street
    Phone: (912) 233-7764

  • Savannah College of Art & Design

    Savannah College of Art & Design

    Established in 1978, this highly regarded private university comprises 16 art galleries and 67 buildings in downtown Savannah, many located on the city’s 21 squares.

    342 Bull Street
    Phone: (912) 525-5100

  • Forsyth Park

    Forsyth Park

    The famous Forsyth Park Fountain and multiple historic monuments are highlights of this popular 30-acre park in Savannah. The park is located at Drayton Street & W Gaston Street.

  • Tybee Island

    Tybee Island

    Located 20 minutes from downtown Savannah, Tybee Island is where locals go to kick back and enjoy watersports, fresh seafood, beach walks and dolphin tours. Don’t miss the Fort Pulaski National Monument and the Tybee Island Marine Science Center.

  • Olde Pink House

    Olde Pink House

    One of Savannah’s most popular restaurants, our next-door neighbor delights locals and visitors with imaginative Southern cuisine and a charming cellar tavern. Don’t miss the blue crab beignets!

    23 Abercorn Street

  • Leopold's Ice Cream

    Leopold's Ice Cream

    A fixture in the Historic District, this old-school ice cream parlor still makes ice cream on the premises using original family recipes.

    212 E Broughton Street
    Phone: (912) 234-4442
    Sunday - Thursday 11 AM - 11 PM
    Friday - Saturday 11 AM - 11 PM