Savannah Georgia

Savannah, a gracious hostess offers her guests a multitude of activities for the family, those seeking romance, and groups planning a meeting, reunion or wedding in the historic district with both culture and history. Fine restaurants and sidewalk cafes provide a respite for a sip of sweet tea or a mint julep during a day of touring the largest historic district in America.

Take in her museums, attractions and tours or shop the City Market, Broughton Street, the Downtown Design District or popular River Street. Galleries and sidewalk vendors reveal fine and handcrafted folk-art. Antique shopping is a must in Savannah for, at the very least, a peek into her authentic past and perhaps to take a piece of it home.

Savannah has a multi-faceted ability to offer her guests accommodations that will suit their wants, needs, desires, interests and budget. An intimate Bed & Breakfast, tucked away in the Historic District, a period Inn that invites one to peek into the elegance of her past; or, if you please, sleek, well-appointed and luxurious hotels, catering to every need and offering a beautiful park view of a famous Savannah square or of the Savannah River on cobble-stoned River Street.

Savannah Georgia at night

City View of Historic Savannah

Not only a piece of southern history, but one of American history, Savannah has many tales to tell. Her past revealed in her historical churches, temples and homes, providing ample variations in architecture and ironwork as well as the innumerable monuments, sites and museums. In the Historic District, take a fascinating stroll and discover history preserved on just about every corner. Savannah was involved in the country's settlement as can be seen in the forts of the Revolutionary War to the antebellum structures that survived the Civil War. She shared her sons for patriotism through the World Wars I & II and witnessed her share of struggles through Civil Rights. Savannah has much to show, tell and teach about her history and ours as a nation. Choose accommodations in the largest Historic District in the country to tour the sites and soak up the past through Savannah's eyes.

Savannah view of the city during the day

A Savannah Neighborhood

Historic, of course, comes to mind when counting Savannah's many attractions: historic homes such as The Davenport House, Owens-Thomas House, Eliza Thompson House and many more, where a glimpse into the south of the early 17th century can be part of your Savannah experience. Tours aplenty by trolley, horse-drawn carriage, riverboat, by scooter, bicycle or on foot, all are possible. Pick an interest and explore each facet completely or take in a smattering of each: ghost tours, historic churches, house tours, architectural, Civil War or fort tours and so much more. A museum in study of a historic rail station, one featuring the Mighty Eighth Air Force or perhaps the Tybee Island Light Station and Museum will peak your interest. A growing art community in Savannah is evidenced in her galleries galore providing avid art lovers and artist alike plenty to see and by which to be inspired. Yes come see Savannah's attractions and be inspired.

Neighborhood is historic Savannah