Captivating, atmospheric, and always welcoming… Savannah awaits you.
Regarded as one of the world’s most beautiful cities, Savannah has long been a beacon of civility, taste, and beauty along the meandering Georgia coastline. Steeped in almost three-hundred years of history with a stunning architectural heritage that is second-to-none, Savannah is the jewel of the Southeast.
Perfect for leisurely walks and exploration, Savannah offers a wide range of sights and activities, from magnificently restored southern homes of the Colonial and Victorian eras to world-class museums and vibrant downtown nightlife. Savannah’s Historic District comes alive each day with art, culture, live theatre, festivities, and more. The shopping – simply delightful. Savannah’s shopping opportunities are many and varied, featuring a combination of charming local boutiques, antiques shops and well-known national brands. With more than twenty city squares graced by monuments, parks, historic homes, churches, and forts – not to mention the largest National Historic Landmark District in the United States – Savannah is the perfect place to spend a weekend, or a lifetime. Come and explore – the possibilities are truly limitless.
See famous historic Savannah houses and our local museums.
Andrew Low House
The Davenport House
Owens Thomas House and Telfair Museum of Art
Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum
Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum
Massie Heritage Center
Old Fort Jackson
Savannah History Museum
Savannah Ogeechee Canal Museum & Nature Center
The Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum
The Roundhouse Railroad Museum
Tybee Island Marine Science Center
Fort Pulaski National Monument
Jepson Center for the Arts
SCAD Museum of Art
Savannah has a myriad of tour choices to offer.
Find a variety of Savannah tours to see our beautiful city of Savannah. Click the links below to get more information about the tour of your choice.
Audio Tour for the Savvy Traveler
Classic Car Tours
Classic Car Tours of Savannah
Classic Caddy Tours
Ghosts & Legends® of Savannah Tour
America’s Most Haunted City – The Tour
Cobblestone Tours Haunted Pub Crawl
Ghost Talk / Ghost Walk
Hearse Ghost Ride Tours
Oglethorpe Haunted Tours
Savannah Haunted History Tours
Sixth Sense Savannah
The Savannah Walks/Ghosts of Savannah
Savannah Homes & History Tour
See Savannah Walking Tours
Architectural Tours of Savannah, LLC
A Walk Through Savannah
Green Feet Walk Abouts
Personalized Tours of Savannah
Savannah By Foot Tours
Savannah Heritage Tours
Savannah Sojourns-History & Architecture Walking Tours
Savannah Walks/Civil War Savannah
Horse-Drawn Carriage Tours
Carriage Tours of Savannah
Historic Savannah Carriage Tours
River Tours / Cruises
River Street Riverboat Company
Bull River Cruises
Dolphin Magic Tours, LLC
Savannah Movie Tours
*Old Savannah Tours, Inc.
Gray Line Tours
Old Town Trolley Tours of Savannah
Savannah is famous for her beautiful parks and squares.
Find a variety of Savannah tours to see our beautiful city of Savannah. Click the links below to get more information.
Parks and Public Gardens
Skidaway Island State Park
Savannah Dog Park
Oatland Island Education Center
Bamboo Farm and Coastal Gardens
Savannah Tour of Homes & Gardens
Pei Ling Chan International Garden of the Arts
African American Monument – Rousakis Plaza – River Street
Anchor Monument to Chatham County Seamen
Armillary Sphere – Troup Square
Beacon Range Light
Big Duke Alarm Bell
Bishop Henry McNeal Turner Monument
Button Gwinnett Monument – Colonial Park Cemetery
Chatham Artillery Monument — Emmet Park
City Exchange Bell
City Hall Rotunda Fountain
Cohen Humane Fountain – Victory Drive @ Bull Street
Colonel William Bull Sundial — Johnson Square
Colonial Road Markers in Madison Square
Columbia Square Fountain
Cotton Exchange Fountain
Forsyth Park Fountain
Fountain in the City Hall Rotunda
Generals Bartow & McLaws Busts
Georgia Volunteer of the Spanish American War
German Memorial Fountain — Orleans Square
Gordon Monument in Wright Square
Greene Monument in Johnson Square
Irish Monument in Emmet Park
Jasper Monument in Madison Square
Jasper Springs Marker
Jewish Cemetery Marker on Oglethorpe Avenue
John Wesley Monument — Reynolds Square
Marine Monument on Bull Street at Forsyth Park
Memorial to Tomochichi — Wright Square
Moravian Marker in Oglethorpe Square
Myers Drinking Fountain
Nathanial Greene Monument
Oglethorpe Memorial Bench on Yamacraw Bluff
Police Officers Monument — Oglethorpe Avenue
Salzburger Monument – Salzburger Park
Semiquincentenary Fountain in Lafayette Square
Siege of Savannah Monument
St. Andrews Monument on Oglethorpe Avenue
Victory Drive, World War I Memorial
Vietnam Veterans Memorial — Emmet Park
Waving Girl — Morrell Park
Yamacraw Bluff Marker on Bay Street West
Historic Savannah River Street. Click the links below to get more information.
Schedule of Events – See what festivals and events are being held on River Street during your visit to Savannah.
History of River Street – Beginning in 1773.
Savannah City Market – Galleries
A T Hun International Gallery – 912.233.2060
City Market Art Center – 912.232.4903
Maxine Helmey – 912.234.6160
Exotic Gallery – 912.236.4006
Raffine Galerie Fine Art & Antiques – 912.232.6400
Savannah Art Association – 912.232.7731
Signature Gallery – 912.233.3082
The Silversmith Shop – 912.447.0250
The Gallery – 912.231.2025
Thomas Kinkade City Market Gallery – 912.447.4660
Savannah City Market – Restaurants
Belford’s Savannah – 912.233.2626
Cafe at City Market – 912.236.7133
Cafe Gelatohhh – 912.234.2344
Ice Cream Etcetera – 912.239.9444
Java John’s Coffee Shop
Savannah Blues – 912.447.5044
Savannah Candy Kitchen – 912.201.9501
Tapas – 912.790.7175
The Bar Bar – 912.231.1910
Vinnie Van Go Go’s – 912.233.6394
Wild Wings Cafe – 912-790-9464
Find a variety of Tybee Island resources. Click the links below to get more information.
Tybee Island Online – An ever expanding source of information and preview to your next visit to Tybee Island. Savannah Georgia’s Fun Family Beach.
Tybee Island Kayaking – See Kayak Georgia provides meaningful sea kayaking experiences on the coast of Georgia. Based on Tybee Island.
Tybee Island Camping – Rivers End Campground and RV Park on Tybee Island, GA.
Find a variety of restaurants located near our hotel. Click the links below to get more information about the Savannah restaurant.
Alligator Soul – 912.232.7899
Bayou Cafe – 912.233.6414
Bernie’s River Street – 912.236.1827
Live music. Sandwiches, soups, appetizers and seafood.
Boar’s Head – 912.651.9660
Claims to be the oldest restaurant on River Street
Chart House – 912.234.6686
Home of the “Mud Pie”
Cha Bella – 912.790.7888
Churchhill’s Pub – 912.232.3501
Cobblestone Cafe – 912.231.0701
Serves breakfast all day. Homemade soups.
Cotton Exchange Tavern – 912.232.7088
Dockside Seafood Restaurant and Steakhouse
Fiddler’s Crab House – 912.644.7172
Jazz’d – 912.236.7777
Kevin Barry’s Irish Pub and Restaurant
River House Seafood and Bakery – 912.234.1900
Open for lunch and dinner. Specializes in seafood, chicken, pasta and chops. Prepares breads and desserts daily in the viewing bakery.
River Street Oyster Bar– 912.232.1565
Shrimp Factory – 912.236.4229
Open for lunch and dinner. Specializes in seafood and shrimp.
Tubby’s Tank House– 912.233.0770
Vic’s on the River– 912.721.1000