If you haven’t been, there are a ton of things to do in Savannah, Georgia. This blog post covers where to stay, what to do and where to eat in this charming southern town.
Your complete guide on what to do in Savannah (and yes, some of it is free!). There are a number of amazing places to eat, drink and visit all within a short walking distance from one another. If you’re debating on how long you need to visit, three to four days is just the right amount of time to explore, eat and learn about Savannah’s rich and interesting history and culture. Below, I’ve compiled an easy list of things to do while in Savannah that you just can’t miss.
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Kimpton Brice Hotel – located in Savannah’s historic downtown district, you can literally walk to all your main points of interests without having to take a cab. If you don’t feel like walking, they offer complimentary bikes so you can tour the city more efficiently. This charming hotel has all the vibes of southern charm on the outside with a modern twist inside.
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There are a lot of great places to eat in Savannah. Whether you’re up for southern classics or something new to try, Savannah offers a wide range of delicious places to eat. We noticed how large the portions were and the service was amazing. I recommend hitting up all of these places to eat if you can during your time in Savannah. You will not be disappointed!
Mrs Wilkes Dining Room – classic southern eats (fried chicken, collard greens, yams, mashed potatoes, etc.) in a family-style dining set up.
Pacci – Italian-style restaurant attached to Brice Hotel.
The Olde Pink House – great for cocktails and brunch.
Treylor Park – southern comfort eats and fish tacos in a casual setting.
Artillery – swanky bar for cocktails.
Leopold’s Icecream – creamy rich-tasting ice cream (be prepared to wait in line).
Mirabelle Cafe – great for a quick coffee, latte or cappuccino run.
Soho South Cafe – delicious brunch (try their poutine).
There are a number of things you can do in Savannah. Whether you’re in the mood to shop, wander on foot through the various squares or take in a tour or two, Savannah has a wide variety for every visitor.
The Paris Market – a Parisian-inspired market with goods you can purchase. Relax and grab a latte and a croissant in their store cafe or outside on the patio.
Forsyth Fountain – historic and famous fountain in Savannah.
Mercer House – guided tours available of the mansion where “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil ” originated from.
Rainbow Row – charming row of pink, blue and green pastel homes.
E John Street – great for wandering down and admiring the charming homes.
Guided Tours – there are a number of guided tours that are focused on Savannah’s history, architecture, food, etc. that you can hop on and off at your own leisure.
Wormsloe Historic Site – ruins of historic estates, gardens and trails.
Chippewa Square – known for the famous bench from the movie, Forrest Gump.
Lafayette Square – another gorgeous square in the centre of Savannah’s historic downtown district.