City Of The South
Savannah is nicknamed The Hostess City due to the Southern hospitality. If you’re planning a summer trip to Savannah, expect temperatures to be hot and humid.
Start with a Savannah Tour. Walk historic sites throughout the city. Learn about the Civil War in the United States and explore the Cathedral of St John the Baptist.
Savannah Historic District
Take a trolley to the park for a stroll, and then tour the historic Mercer-Williams house. This is the home behind the true story of the book: Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.
Stop for drinks at the Artillery Bar. Then enjoy authentic Southern cuisine at The Olde Pink House or a fried seafood platter along the riverfront for dinner.
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Tour the Owens Thomas House Slave Quarters on a unique tour of American history. Then take a walk along the famous oak avenue at Wormsloe State Historic Site.
Check out City Market, an open-air marketplace that dates back to the 1700s. Enjoy music at a Speakeasy bar and see the First African Baptist Church.
Historic River District
Georgia Queen Riverboat
Boat past the Old Fort Jackson on a river cruise adventure. These sightseeing cruises give you a fun vantage point of the city.
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Stroll the unforgettable grounds of Bonaventure Cemetery under Live Oaks dripping in Spanish moss. Then enjoy a riverfront dining experience at The Wyld.
Spend the day swimming at nearby Tybee Island for some fun in the sun! You can even book a dolphin-watching tour and head out on a boat for the day.
More Things To Do
Try cocktails at Peregrin and a haunted tour at The Foley House Inn. If you have more time, include visits to nearby Charleston or Hilton Head.
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