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Located along Georgia’s northeastern coastline, Savannah is an elegant city of firsts in the American South. Savannah is home to the Georgia Historical Society (the first continually-operating historical society in the South), the Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences (one of the first public museums in the South) and the First African Baptist Church (one of America’s oldest African-American Baptist congregations). The city is also the nation’s largest historically-preserved and restored urban area, producing many of the South’s iconic antebellum images. Tybee Island, just off the coast, is also home to one of the Southeast’s first lighthouses, and offers picturesque beach activities to the public.

What to Do in Savannah

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Carriage Tours of Savannah
To make your tour in Savannah complete you should try the sightseeing tour by horse-drawn carriage. Discover the colorful history of Savannah with the...
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Your price: $40
Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens
The Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens is previously known as the Bamboo Farm and Coastal Gardens. The botanical gardens began its collections in 1890 with...
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Congregation Mickve Israel
The Congregation Mickve Israel was organized as a congregation in July 1735 as the Kahal Kadosh Mickva Israel. It is considered to be the oldest congregation...
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Davenport House Museum
The Isaiah Davenport House Museum has the mission to interpret and preserve the artifacts and the household in American Federal Style which was constructed...
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Your price: $30.4
Flannery O’Connor Childhood Home
The Flannery O’ Connor Childhood Home is where Flannery O’ Connor spent her childhood. Mary Flannery O’ Connor is an American essayist and writer accomplishing...
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Your price: $32
Forsyth Park
The Forsyth Park is a huge city park that covers an area of 30 acres. Its location is bordered by Drayton Street on the East, Gaston Street on the North...
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Gutstein Gallery
The Gutstein Gallery is part of the of the SCAD galleries. It is a retail contemporary gallery adjacent to the Jen Library and showcases the works of national...
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Hearse Ghost Tours
The Hearse Ghost Tours was established in 2002. The leading travel site, Trip Adviser, voted the Hearse Ghost Tours as the leading Ghost Tour in the USA....
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Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace
The Girl Scouts of the USA manages and owns the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace. It is delegated as a National Historic Landmark. It is a historic house...
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Your price: $16
Massie Heritage Center
The Massie opened as Savannah’s first free public school in 1856. It was used as a Union hospital during the Civil War Federal occupation of the city and...
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Your price: $14
Oatland Island Wildlife Center of Savannah
The Oatland Island Wildlife Center of Savannah is situated fifteen minutes away from downtown Savannah. It is an environmental education center where it...
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Your price: $22
Old Fort Jackson
The Old Fort Jackson was named after James Jackson. It is the longest running brick fortification in Georgia and is a beautifully preserved fort along...
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Your price: $12
Old Town Trolley Tours of Savannah
Millions of tourists visit the fascinating place of Savannah with its warm southern hospitality, rich history, exquisite architecture and unmatched beauty....
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Savannah City Market
The Savannah City Market began in the early 1700s when the fishermen and farmers brought to the market such wares as fresh seafoods, pigeon peas and scuppernongs....
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Savannah History Museum
The Savannah History Museum is a part and managed by the Coastal Heritage Society which was established in 1975. It is domiciled inside the old passenger...
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Your price: $28
Savannah Riverboat Cruises
The Savannah Riverboat Cruises delivers great food, live entertainment and unforgettable tour experience. It offers harbor sightseeing cruise, dinner entertainment...
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SCAD Museum of Art
The SCAD Museum of Art was established in 2002 and exists as part of the Savannah College of Art and Design. It was originally known as the Earle W. Newton...
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Your price: $62
Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum
The Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum was established in 1966. It showcases maritime antiques, paintings and ship models mainly from the era of the Atlantic...
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Your price: $30
Sixth Sense Savannah
The Sixth Sense Savannah became the first Ghost tour in Savannah in 2002. The locals, tourists, friends and families all have a chance to share their personal...
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Telfair Museums
The Telfair Museums was established in 1883 through the bequest of Mary Telfair who left the furnishings and her home to the Georgia Historical Society...
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Your price: $86
The Andrew Low House
The Andrew Low House is constructed on a trust lot that faces the Lafayette Square. Its garden is in its mid-nineteenth century ambience that provides...
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Your price: $28
The Wormsloe is also informally known as the Wormsloe Plantation. It covers an area of 822 acres near Savannah, Georgia, in the southeastern USA. It is...
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Your price: $20

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