• 6 Delish Savannah Restaurants for Foodies

      It’s no secret that Savannah is a romantic destination with a dreamy ambiance. Attractions and activities are plentiful as well, making it an appealing choice for family vacations as well as couples and gal pal trips. What some may not realize however, is that this charming Southern gem is a foodie delight. Read on for six Savannah restaurants for foodies. The Olde Pink House To start off

    Posted October 8, 2018 | Author : | Category : Local Dining,Savannah Attractions |
  • Tips for a Perfect Christmas in Savannah

    If you’re thinking about taking a trip during the holidays, the charming and historic town of Savannah, Georgia is the perfect backdrop for a Christmas vacation you won’t soon forget. Relive Christmas traditions and enjoy mild winter temperatures as you explore this city lined with festive Christmas lights, mistletoe and holiday cheer for the perfect Christmas in

    Posted September 27, 2018 | Author : | Category : Local Events,Nightlife & Entertainment,Savannah Attractions |
  • Awesome Things to Do on a Rainy Day in Savannah, Georgia

    Sunny days are wonderful, and if you’re planning a picnic, a hike, or a beach day, it’s almost vital to have the sun shining brightly. But a rainy day, in our minds, offers endless possibilities: a walk in the rain with a colorful umbrella, a trip to a museum for a day of education and entertainment, a night sitting out on your patio, sipping coffee and listening to the rain on the roof. A rainy

    Posted September 13, 2018 | Author : | Category : Savannah Attractions |
  • 5 Instagram-Worthy Photos Ops in Savannah, GA

      There is no denying that Savannah, GA is a beautiful place!  Stately mansions, beautiful beaches, oak-covered streets make this one of the most photo-worthy destinations in the United States. And we aren’t even talking about the food! Here are our favorite Instagram-worthy photo ops in Savannah. Because if it isn’t on Instagram, did it even happen?   Savannah Historic District Did you know that

    Posted September 13, 2018 | Author : | Category : Local Events,Nightlife & Entertainment,Parks & Recreation,Savannah Attractions |
  • Fall in Savannah, GA: Top 5 Things to Do

    Fall in Savannah, GA: Top 5 Things to Do When summer is over the fun doesn’t stop in Savannah, Georgia! A visit in the fall offers the same great eats, sites, and beaches, but with less crowds and sometimes milder temperatures. Here are a few of our favorite Savannah things to do that we think you should check out while on your Savannah vacation. The Olde Pink House One

    Posted August 27, 2018 | Author : | Category : Parks & Recreation,Savannah Attractions |
  • 5 Reasons Savannah is for History Lovers!

    5 Reasons Savannah is for History Lovers For most people, Savannah, Georgia is synonymous with history, and rightly so. When General James Oglethorpe and 120 passengers landed along the Savannah River in 1733, he named the 13th and final American colony Georgia after England’s King George II. Savannah became its first city.   Known as America’s first planned city, Savannah was unique in that public squares

    Posted August 22, 2018 | Author : | Category : Parks & Recreation,Savannah Attractions |
  • 3 Easy Tips for a Mom Getaway to Tybee!

    3 Easy Tips for Planning a Mom Getaway to Tybee Island, GA Pop quiz! As a mom, when you hear the word vacation, what do you think of first? Do you think of piling the kids into the car and road tripping to their favorite amusement park? Or, maybe you make a mental list of all the gear needed for a kid-friendly vacation? We bet a

  • American Prohibition Museum in Savannah

    The American Prohibition Museum, America’s only museum dedicated solely to the prohibition era, is located in City Market in downtown Savannah. This two-story museum allows guests to interact with 13 riveting exhibits that take guests back in time to the 1920’s. The exhibits feature life-size wax figures, talking portraits, and film reels in rooms designed to look like saloons from the era.   Exhibits at the American Prohibition Museum in Savvannah   Exhibits include the Temperance Movement, which allows

    Posted August 8, 2018 | Author : | Category : Savannah Attractions |
  • Forsyth Park in Savannah

    Forsyth Park in Savannah has been a hub of life in downtown Savannah since the park was first created in the 1840’s. For both tourists and locals, the park has always been the center of social interaction in Savannah. No matter what time of year it is, Forsyth Park is always full of people relaxing in the sun, reading on benches, playing sports, or having a picnic. The Farmers’ Market Forsyth Park in Savannah covers 30 acres

    Posted August 8, 2018 | Author : | Category : Savannah Attractions |
  • Owens Thomas House in Savannah

    The Owens Thomas House in Savannah is a historic home museum off Oglethorpe Square in historic Savannah. This English-Regency style home was designed by the English architect William Jay. Construction on the home began in 1816 and was completed in 1819. The house was purchased by George Welshman Owens, a local attorney and politician, in 1830 for $10,000. George Owens moved his wife Sarah, their six children, and a total of 14 slaves into the

    Posted August 7, 2018 | Author : | Category : Savannah Attractions |
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