This fort is a must-see for Civil War buffs and fort enthusiasts. How many forts in the United States are surrounded by a moat? Inhabited by alligators no less? A short
If you can pry your eyes away from the stunning view of the Savannah River, check out River Street’s fantastic shops and year-round festivals on a historic cobblestone promenade.
Nearly 50,000 fans cheer every home game of 3-time World Series champions the Atlanta Braves at this modern baseball stadium, built for the 1996 Olympics.
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Take a magical guided tour through historic Savannah on an authentic streetcar. With stops throughout downtown, the all-day hop on/hop off option lets you design your own schedule.
We've visited the Tybee Island Lighthouse multiple times during multiple trips to Savannah. For only $6 (and free parking!) you can climb the lighthouse and tour other
This twin waterfall, managed by the U.S. Forest Service, is one of the most beautiful and easily accessible that I've been to. The walk along a paved trail is less than a
12 exhibits set in stunning historic homes tell the story of Georgia, from its early Native American culture through the Civil War, and into the modern era.
Fans of the Girl Scouts, and Girl Scout cookies, can see where it all began, the 2 century-old home which became the first headquarters for the beloved organization in 1953.
Christ Church Frederica is a beautiful historical church toward the middle of St Simons Island. It has lovely stained glass windows -- one a true Tiffany window. It has
After dark, a very different kind of tourist visits Savannah – ghosts! If you dare, take a creepy walking tour of Savannah’s famously haunted homes, parks, and of course, cemeteries.