• It’s Kid’s Stuff on Tybee Island!

    It’s kids play on Tybee Island during spring and summer, with plenty of activities to keep the most active children busy and entertained. Whether your little one likes history, nature, the ocean, or a combination, they’ll find a lot to love along the Georgia coast.   History in Tybee Island For the history-loving kid, head to Fort Pulaski National Monument,

    Posted March 27, 2019 | Author : | Category : Savannah Attractions |
  • Plan the Ultimate Girlfriend Getaway in Savannah, GA

      Planning a bachelorette party, friend’s birthday, or college reunion? A Savannah Girlfriend Getaway is perfect for a bestie celebration!   The first step in planning is to choose a Savannah vacation rental that puts you right in the center of it all. How about a loft in the heart of downtown, an historic rental near Forsyth Park or a garden apartment facing Monterey

    Posted February 28, 2019 | Author : | Category : Local Dining,Local Shopping |
  • The Telfair Museums

    Founded in 1883, as a gift to the Georgia Historical Society, the Telfair Museum is the oldest public art museum in the South. Mary Telfair, a prominent Savannah philanthropist, left her house and its furnishings specifically to be used as a museum. The Telfair Museum started out with just Mary Telfair’s house, but over the years has added two other locations: The historic Owens Thomas House & Slave Quarters and the Jepson Center. Each location

    Posted January 3, 2019 | Author : | Category : Savannah Attractions |
  • Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum

    Founded in 1966, the Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum in Savannah is just a few blocks from the Savannah Visitor’s Center and City Market. At 41 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, the museum is on the west edge of the historic city of Savannah. The Ships of Sea Maritime Museum Housed in the historic William Scarbough House, the Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum has nine galleries of maritime artifacts, paintings and ship models. The collections

    Posted January 3, 2019 | Author : | Category : Savannah Attractions |
  • The Talmadge Memorial Bridge

    If you are in downtown Savannah, or heading into Savannah from South Carolina, or from the west on I-16, the Talmadge Memorial Bridge looms up over everything. It’s an impressive sight and quite beautiful. Completed in November 1990, this ‘cable-stayed’ bridge cost over $70.9 million. The Talmadge Memorial Bridge in Savannah replaced the old bridge which, built in 1953, just became too short for the taller and bigger ships needing access to the Port of Savannah.

    Posted January 3, 2019 | Author : | Category : Savannah Attractions |
  • Riverfront Plaza

    If you are visiting Savannah, you have to head down to historic River Street. Facing north, onto the Savannah River, it is a great place to shop, eat and drink and just watch life go by. And the heart of River Street is Rousakis Riverfront Plaza in Savannah. A Quick History of River Street River Street is the river side of the buildings built on Bay Street as part of the warehouses and shipping enterprises along Bay

    Posted January 3, 2019 | Author : | Category : Savannah Attractions |