The City Market is a four block area of restored grain elevators that now house souvenir shops, restaurants, art galleries and there is even a candy store.
Most visitors end up at the City Market, no matter where they are staying in the city, because this is where the carriage tours depart.
Almost every afternoon and evening, a band can almost always be found playing in the courtyard of the market.
Also on our last trip, we discovered several street musicians, including an opera singer, while we waited to take our evening carriage ride.
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by Mint Julep
October 24, 2003
One shop that we enjoyed is called Natural Wonders, where they drill holes in rough gemstone rocks for tealights. They're beautiful candle holders. They sell many other beautiful, natural things.
There are lots of benches and small tables and chairs under shady trees, creating a romatic and relaxing atmosphere for weary shoppers in the City Market area.
From journal Hilton Head & surrounding areas (Savannah, GA)
May 16, 2002
From journal Savannah in the Spring
July 24, 2000
From journal A Novel Approach to Savannah