Savannah Things to Do

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Most Viewed Things to Do in Savannah

  • 1. River Street

    While River Street is becoming a tourist mecca, it is still the happening place in Savannah. Walking along the streets we admire the transformation of warehouses and factor houses to hotels, inns,...

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  • 2. Forsyth Park

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The best known feature of Forsyth Park is the large fountain that sits at the north end of Forsyth Park. The fountain was built in 1858. It resembles a few other fountains found around the world,...

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  • 3. Bonaventure Cemetary

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    More pics from my visit here ... even though we were only in town for 2 days we came here twice so that lets you know home much I enjoyed strolling around this peaceful gorgeous cemetery. Some find...

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  • 4. Ghost Tours

    The Ghost Tour is great! If you love things paranormal this is the tour for you. The guides are super nice & knowledgeable. Loved this tour! I have been on the tour twice and have had an awesome,...

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  • 5. Fort Pulaski

    Located on Cockspur Island at the mouth of the Savannah River and started to be built 1829, the new fort was named Fort Pulaski in honor of Kazimierz Pulaski, a Polish soldier and military commander...

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  • 6. Trolley and Carriage Tours

    Our 45-foot charter motorcoach could not maneuver through the narrow streets of Savannah, so Tauck divided us 37 tourists into two groups, each using a vehicle and guide from Old Savannah Tours. I...

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  • 7. Factors Walk

    4 out of 5 stars

    Each time we visit Savannah we delight in the new and unusual shops that can be found in Factors Walk. Years ago on my first visit to Savannah there were no shops here. Over the years specialty retail...

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  • 8. Riverboats

    This is a nice cruise up and down the Savannah River a good to get a view of the city from the river. Since Savannah is a port city, the primary scenery once you are outside the River Street area is...

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  • 9. Andrew Low House

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The Andrew Low house was where Juliet Gordon Low lived after returning from England after her husbands death. The carriage house in the rear the 1st Girl Scout headquarters. You can tour the inside of...

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  • 10. Colonial Park Cemetery

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    There are some very historic markers in the cemeteries. Colonial Park is on 6 acres and the burials started in 1750;s and continued through 1853, when closed due to overfill of bodies. There are 5...

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  • 11. Tybee Island

    4 out of 5 stars

    For the sun worshipers or those who enjoy dragging their toes through the sand, don't miss Tybee Island, a short drive from the historic district. There are rentals on the beach front or you can do...

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  • 12. Telfair Museum of Art

    4 out of 5 stars

    This is one of Savannah's most beautiful and distinctive buildings. Completed in 1819 for Alexander Telfair, son of a Revolutionary War hero, it was designed by English architect William Jay in the...

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  • 13. Owens-Thomas House

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The Owens-Thomas house has a lot of architectural quirks, including an indoor bridge and false doors. The tour includes a guided house tour and a do-it-yourself slave quarters tour. Worth the...

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  • 14. Lafayette Square

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Another pretty park with a fountain in the center commemorating the 250 anniversary of the founding of Georgia. The Hamilton Turner house was a college fraternity house in the late 60's. Today it is a...

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  • 15. Madison Square

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    D'Estaing & Benjamin Lincoln. Led charges against Savannah with a loss of men greater then 752 in less then 1 hour. They charged into a funnel or v of death. D'Estaing was killed in that hour &...

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  • 16. Davenport house

    Historic house of a famous Savannah builder, this house is representative of the houses of the era. The house was built in the 1820's by the Isaah Davenport the architect responsible for much of...

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  • 17. Mercer Williams House

    the mercer house was designed by john norris for general hugh mercer the grandfather of the famous composer johnny mercer. construction of this house began in 1860 and was completed in 1868. the...

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  • 18. Cathedral of St. John the Baptist

    5 out of 5 stars

    The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, is Savannah's Roman Catholic cathedral and the seat of its diocese. It was originally built in the 1870s and then rebuilt around 1900 after a fire. The...

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  • 19. Waiving Girl Statue

    Elba Island lies at the mouth of the Savannah river, Georgia, and during the closing years of the 19th century its range lights were tended by a disabled Civil War veteran named George M. Martus. He...

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  • 20. City Market

    4 out of 5 stars

    CITY MARKET is not a place you visit. It's a place you discover and explore. A place that's romantic, historic, serene and exciting. A place where there's always something new to encounter, something...

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  • 21. River Street Savannah

    4 out of 5 stars

    Riverfront Walk is a hive of activity with its markets, quaint gift shops, restaurants and pubs. No visit to Savannah is complete unless you visit the riverfront. We stayed right here at the Olde...

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  • 22. Roundhouse Railroad Museum

    On the site of the oldest and most complete antebellum railroad manufacturing and repair facilities still in tact in the U.S., including the roundhouse and turntable, built in 1859. You can inspect...

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  • 23. City Hall

    savannah's city hall is located at the intersection of bay and bull streets. designed in 1905 by hyman whitcover, it was inspired by the chicago worlds fair and the "city beautiful" movement. city...

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  • 24. Reynolds Square

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Lower New Square was laid out in 1734 and was later renamed for Capt. John Reynolds, governor of Georgia in the mid-1750s. The square contains a bronze statue by Marshall Daugherty honoring John...

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  • 25. Wright Square

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Funny that they would name a square after someone who issued a decree of summary execution for any one inciting rebellion. But then again Savannah has many quirks. A beautiful square like most in...

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