Savannah is a city steeped in history and old world charm. Both hip and historic, it exudes true Southern Hospitality at every turn. Here you'll find spectacular architecture, spooky cemeteries, funky nightlife, fabulous food and global sophistication. There's so much to see and do. From shopping in upscale boutiques and antique shops to walking the nation's largest Landmark Historic District, you'll find something for every taste in Savannah. For a comprehensive overview of our recommendations, download this PDF of attractions to take with you.
The Famous River Street
Stroll down cobblestones on River Street for local art, souvenirs, and yummy treats. On Broughton Street find trendy shops featured in fashionable magazines then hop over to City Market for a tour of artist's galleries, both local and international.
Savannah is full of cultural and artistic offerings. The Telfair Museum of Art, one of the nation's oldest, along with its sister The Jepson Center, provide art aficionados the opportunity to view works from the classic masters to the most cutting edge artists of today. Other famed museums include the birthplace of Girl Scouts founder Juliette Gordon Low, the Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum, and the Owens-Thomas House, the finest example of Regency architecture in the country.
The Night Life
At night, Savannah night life comes alive with sound. Hear jazz, blues, rock, and bluegrass. Go salsa or swing dancing or even shag on the beach. Tybee Island is just short drive from downtown and on the way you can check out Old Fort Jackson and Fort Pulaski for a view of Savannah 's fine military heritage. Tours, outdoor concerts, frequent festivals with fireworks, and late-night hot spots abound. You'll love Savannah…so much so that you'll want to return again and again. Our concierge will be happy to point you in the right direction.