Visiting Savannah? 12 Fun Attractions For Your  Itinerary

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Located along the southern coast of Georgia, Savannah is a vibrant city known for its beautiful architecture, rich history, and bustling culture.  

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Whether you are visiting the city center to explore local museums and historical landmarks or spending an afternoon by the water with friends and family, you are sure to fall in love with everything that Savannah has to offer.  

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From its old-world charm to its lively nightlife, this coastal gem is truly a one-of-a-kind destination. Check out our favorite things to do in Savannah, GA!

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The repurposed 1912 power plant is filled with restaurants, bars, shops, and art galleries. You can spend an hour or a day taking in some live-entertainment and strolling the wide brick path along the Savannah River. At night time, the Plant River District is even more lively.

Plant Riverside District 


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Due to its strategic location near the mouth of the Savannah River, Tybee Island was once visited by pirates quite often. It is also known as Savannah Beach, thanks to the proximity of the state’s capital. Tybee is a nature-lovers paradise, too, since you can easily spot numerous bird species and even endangered loggerhead turtles.

Tybee Island 


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The historic estate was originally owned by a carpenter named Noble Jones. Home to the oldest structure still standing in Savannah today, the estate, as well as the ruins of Noble Jone’s house, date back to 1745.

Wormsloe Historic Site 


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The always-intriguing Mercer Williams house has been drawing visitors to Savannah for decades – ever since John Berendt published his best-selling novel, “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil” in 1994.

Mercer Williams House 


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Not only is it the largest cemetery in Savannah, with over 100 acres, but likely one of the most famous as well. Originally a plantation, part of the land was sold to be a private cemetery in 1846. Eventually, Bonaventure Cemetery became public in 1907.

Bonaventure Cemetery 


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