Things to Do in Savannah
Landmarks, restaurants, tours and more.
Plan Your Perfect Vacation
Savannah is the oldest city in the U.S. state of Georgia. Each year Savannah attracts millions of visitors to its Historic District or the 22 beautiful park-like squares. We want you to offer some of our popular restaurants, attractions and events to provide you along with your planning.
Looking for Things to Do in Savannah?
You’ll find no shortage of things to do in beautiful Savannah! We have plenty of new things to see, eat, explore, tour, and try.
There’s a tour for everyone in Savannah. Read about it in the “Tours” section of our blog.
Founded in 1733, Savannah is bursting at the seams with history! You can read all about the tales our city wants to tell you, and where to find them in our “History” section.
Many visitors come to Savannah, fall in love with her beauty, and decide to get married in one of our beautiful squares, or in front of the Forsyth Park fountain. The “Weddings” page has the info couples seeking to get married in Savannah are looking for.
Between River Street, Broughton Street, City Market, and Forsyth Park, there’s always something going on. Savannah hosts many different festivals throughout the year. St. Patrick’s Day green beer anyone? Plan your trip to Savannah and check out the “Experiences” blog.
Savannah is famous for it’s National Historic Landmark District. The city is filled with beautiful architecture, buildings and historic homes that you won’t see anywhere else – some historic homes you can even rent! Our “Historic Homes” blog is a great resource for those interested in Savannah’s beautiful homes.
So you’ve come to the right place if you’re looking for things to do in Savannah. You won’t run out of ideas, but you might run out of time on your stay.
We hope you have a great Savannah Dream Vacation!
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