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

Forsyth Park

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.

Day Activities

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.

Bonaventure Cemetery

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.

Day Trip