Destination Savannah


While in town, be sure to tour the Hostess City of the South. See the preserved beauty within the architecture of many of the buildings and homes throughout Savannah. If you see a ghost or two, don’t be frightened. Savannah is known for having friends from beyond walk amongst the city. Plan your trip today!

American Prohibition Museum

Travel back in time and see how life was during the Prohibition Era. The exhibits include all you need to know about cars, flappers, gangsters, rum runners and more. You’ll probably want a drink after your tour- this museum has you covered. Make your way to their very own speakeasy, Congress Street Up!

Broughton Street

On Broughton Street you can eat, shop, eat again, and shop some more! From high-end stores to cool local boutiques there’s no doubt you’ll experience a fashion overload. Once you’ve shopped until you dropped, grab a bite to eat at some of Savannah’s finest restaurants.

Chocolat by Adam Turoni

Get a taste of some of the finest chocolates Savannah has to offer. If you can’t get enough of the chocolaty goodness, there are two locations. Both chocolatiers are within a mile of each other.

Forsyth Park

This amazing park is located in the historic district of Savannah, Ga. It’s the perfect place to have lunch, jog, or just relax. One of its most recognizable features is the Forsyth Park Fountain.

Ghost City Tours

Some people might describe Savannah as a haunted town. If you’re up for it, see what they mean and pick a tour - A Grave Tales Tour, Beyond Good and Evil Tour, Savannah Haunted Pub Crawl, or the Dead of Night Tour.

Jepsen Center for the Arts

Not only does this museum contain excellent contemporary and cultural art pieces, but the building itself is a work of art. Inside, beholds art from America, Asia, and Europe. You can find this remarkable museum in Telfair Square.

Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace

If Girl Scouts didn’t exist, then there wouldn’t be Girl Scout Cookies. We can all thank Juliette Gordon Low, the founder of Girl Scouts, for that. Explore the history of Ms. Low at her birthplace which is now a house museum. With this landmark being such a popular place, it is recommended that you purchase your ticket in advance. And no- unfortunately, you cannot buy Girl Scout Cookies from the gift shop.

River Street

Catch an amazing view of the Savanah River along this historic street. Its filled with a wide variety of boutiques and eateries. The buildings along this street are one of the features that makes it so unique- some of them date back as far as the 1700’s.

SCAD Museum of Art

This museum has exceptional art that will most certainly have you pondering throughout your visit. Set your eyes upon diverse pieces of art from various creators. Not only does this museum showcase work from renowned artists but also from impressive students.

Sorrel Weed House Museum

At this State landmark, you can either take a historic home tour or a ghost tour. During the day, gaze at the incredible architecture, furniture, portraits, and overall preserved character of this home. Available at night are the ghost tours. If you’re lucky you might hear or see the ghosts of Sorrel Weed.