Take a stroll along the Spanish moss draped squares and cobblestone streets for which Savannah is known. Step back in time and experience some of our finest museums, attractions, restaurants and shopping.
426 E Oglethorpe Ave
This trendsetting jewelry gallery in historic downtown is home to Southern-born designer Chad Crawford, who is known for capturing art and making it wearable. Working alongside his brother, Matthew, these third-generation jewelers understand the importance of quality and design. Chad's work is featured in the Smithsonian and worn by many celebrities. The downtown gallery offers Chad's work, local artists and international artists along with exceptional customer service and updated collections every month.
307 E President St
Named for the year it was constructed, 17Hundred90 captures the flavor of an 18th century Savannah River port restaurant. Try a delicious steak or a mouth watering rack of lamb. Grab a good hearty burger at the tavern, with a Cheers atmosphere. The best place to feel like a local.
329 Abercorn St
The site interprets the life of Andrew and Mary Low, their family and other inhabitants of the site, including Low's daughter in law, Juliette Gordon Low, the founder of the Girl Scouts. The house contains one of the Souths' finest collections of mid-19th century furnishings, decorative arts and a beautiful garden and courtyard. Located one block from the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist.
655 Lousiville Rd
Located in the Coastal Heritage Society’s Tricentennial Park, Battlefield Memorial Park commemorates the Battle of Savannah, which took place October 9, 1779. The battle was the second bloodiest battle of the Revolutionary War.
128 E Bay St
An authentic French café serving breakfast, lunch, and afternoon delights with fresh pastries, macarons, gourmet sandwiches, salads and scrumptious eggs and quiche. With a great mimosa selection and French wines, it is no wonder Café M has been voted "Best Breakfast in GA" by People Magazine.
301 W Jones St
Savannah's oldest restaurant opened in 1933 during the Great Depression and it's been a favorite gathering spot for locals and visitors ever since. They are a little off the beaten path and they think folks like it that way. Over the years they have filled the seats with everyone from corporate CEO's to the workers that do their plumbing. Not fancy or trendy; it's just great food and drink!
324 E State St
This house was completed circa 1820 by Isaiah Davenport and is an exceptionally fine example of Federal architecture. Its proposed demolition in 1955 provided the catalyst for the city's organized historic preservation movement and was the founding activity of Historic Savannah Foundation which leads the movement today. Admission. Closed major holidays.
E Bay Street
655 Louisville Rd
This National Historic Landmark is the oldest & most complete Antebellum railroad facility of its kind still in existence in the U.S. The museum gives visitors the opportunity to engage in interactive experiences, such as participating on the handcar, touring the historic rail-cars and taking a guided site tour by train which showcases the museum's fully operational turntable.
39 Barnard St
It all starts with fresh at the Goose Feathers Café. Known as Savannah' quintessential corner café since 1986, this charming location offers exceptional food such as baked-on-premises breads and granola, pasty, quiches, homemade soups, freshly ground coffee and tea.
14 W Macon St
One of the finest examples of Gothic Revival architecture found in the South, the Green-Meldrim House was designed by New York architect, John Norris, and constructed in the early 1850's. The house has many unique and modern features for the day and was General Tecumseh Sherman's headquarters upon arriving in Savannah during the Civil War. Last tour 30 minutes prior to closing.
230 Barnard St
Harper Fowlkes House is an 1842 Greek Revival mansion located on Orleans Square. Alida Harper left her home to the Society of the Cincinnati in the State of Georgia to be used as state headquarters. She wanted future generations to see the lifestyle of the mid-1800s, including the home's richly furnished interiors, important oil portraits, original architectural details, and period antiques.
207 W York St
Devoted to contemporary art and world-class traveling exhibitions, the Jepson Center links Telfair's past with its future unifying the museum's three distinct sites. Featuring highlights from the modern and contemporary collection and also treats visitors to an ever-changing array of exceptional artwork-from classical European masters to daring emerging artists.
10 E Oglethorpe Ave
Visit Savannah's first National Historic Landmark, exploring the life of the daughter, debutante, wife, adventurer, and artist who launched the Girl Scout Movement in the midst of the seismic changes of the Progressive Era - Juliette Gordon Low. Accessible restrooms and elevators available throughout the site. Tour tickets available at juliettegordonlowbirthplace.org.
32 Abercorn St
Come and experience the beauty of this over 100-year-old masterpiece for yourself. This historic theater is a lovingly restored venue in the heart of Savannah's Historic Downtown. Originally opened in 1921, they currently host a wide range of events throughout the year including films, concerts and much more including major festival events.
207 E Gordon St
Built in 1856, Massie School was Georgia's first public school and operated until 1974. Today it serves as a museum with a variety of exhibits devoted to Georgia's local & state history. The center is a great place for visitors to learn about Savannah's unique historic district architecture & historic preservation. Additional exhibits include information about Georgia's Native Americans & a replica 19th century classroom with interpretation about education during that era.
21 E McDonough St
Looking for a true Savannah staple, then visit McDonough's for breakfast, lunch, dinner or for one of the hottest bar scenes in Savannah. Live music every Tuesday & Wednesday starting at 9pm along with the best karaoke in town Thurs-Sun at 9pm.
21 W Bay St
Moon River Brewing Company was founded on the obsession of creating the ideal restaurant and brewery experience. Moon River serves a delicious variety of food from simple comfort food to eclectic gourmet cuisine, but most of all, they are passionate about serving award-winning craft beer. Enjoy happy hour, a great selection of wine and spirits, and outdoor seating in the beer garden.
436 E Oglethorpe Ave
Oglethorpe Chocolates is a source of fine chocolate including gift boxes for any occasion or holiday. Our chocolate case features our delectable hand dipped and decorated dessert truffles and our rich milk and dark chocolate cordial cups. We also feature delightful gummy candies, delectable popcorn creations, sweet lollipops, chocolate covered potato chips and so much more!
124 Abercorn St
Visitors are guided through one of the finest examples of Regency architecture in America as well as the original slave quarters. The tour explores the complicated relationships of the most and least powerful people in 19th-century Savannah — the wealthy Owens family who owned the property and the many enslaved people who labored there. The National Historic Landmark home includes a formal parterre garden, a rare intact urban slave quarter, and one of the earliest systems of indoor plumbing.
147 Abercorn St
Perfectly located on the shaded corner of Abercorn and Oglethorpe, PJ's Thai Corner is serving some of the most authentic Thai cuisine in Savannah. A culinary rainbow of traditional and fusion flavors sourced from the best ingredients. Voted Savannah's Best Local Business owned by a Veteran in 2020.
11 W Bay St
Located on Bay Street, in the heart of Savannah, PS Tavern, features daily drink specials with local bourbon, vodka and craft beers. Watch your favorite sports teams and enjoy their mouthwatering pizza, tequila and tacos, alligator bites and buffalo-style shrimp over deep fried grits.
1 W River St
148 Abercorn St
190 W Bryan St
The Salt Table is unforgettable and a true Savannah original. With all of their products made locally and hundreds of salts, seasonings, teas, sugars, oils and vinegars and popcorn to sample, you will want to put this at the top of your TO DO list. With awards from TripAdvisor as a 'Traveler's Choice' and voted by locals for many Best of Savannah awards you will know quickly why fans return again and again. Also featured are highly acclaimed Georgia Grown specialty foods, such as jellies and jams, coffee, cookies, snacks, pickles and BBQ and hot sauces. This is a one-of-a-kind experience and the best place to find gifts.
655 Louisville Rd
Savannah Children's Museum's first phase, Exploration Station, is a unique one-acre, two-level, outdoor adaptive reuse project located in the former Central of Georgia Railway Carpentry Shop. The entirely outdoor museum features nearly a dozen exhibits and programs designed to expand the imaginations of children including an exploration maze, a reading nook, and a sensory garden.
219 W Bryan St
303 MLK Jr. Blvd
The original passenger station of the Central of Georgia Railway now serves as the Savannah History Museum. A national historic landmark, the museum spans 1733 to present day Savannah and includes many exhibits that highlight the city's military musical and cultural contributions including a Juliette Gordon Low exhibit and the famous bench from Forrest Gump.
601 Turner Blvd
The SCAD Museum of Art is a premier contemporary art museum that features emerging and established international artists through commissioned works and rotating exhibitions; engages local communities with special initiatives of an international scope; and serves as a resource for SCAD students and alumni during their academic careers and beyond.
41 MLK Jr. Blvd
Starting with the first journey to the new colony of Georgia to the growth and prosperity of the ports, maritime history is Savannah’s history. Explore nine distinct galleries featuring ship models, paintings, and maritime artifacts from the 18th & 19th centuries. The collection is housed in the historic Scarbrough home built in 1819 for William Scarbrough, president of the Savannah Steamship Company. Home to the largest private garden in the Historic District.
207 W York St
Inside the Jepson Center is TechSpace, an interactive and technology-based gallery for visitors of all ages. TechSpace provides a window into some of the 21st-century techniques and technologies used by contemporary artists and examines how lines have blurred between visual art and computer science. TechSpace is included in the Jepson Center admission price.
121 Barnard St
The oldest public art museum in the South and the first art museum in America founded by a woman. Formerly the Telfair family mansion, the museum opened its doors to the public in 1886 through the bequest of Mary Telfair, creating the foundation for art and cultural education. Telfair Academy presents a celebrated collection of fine art, decorative art, period rooms, and is home to the Bird Girl.
411 E York St
Relive Military History! This museum features curator Gary D. Webb's lifelong collection of military artifacts dating from the Civil War to present day including period uniforms, helmets, hats, and equipment from all conflicts. See for yourself the MIG-21 cockpit! Self-guided tours and staff available. Located on beautiful Columbia Square. 5 STAR RATING ON TRIPADVISOR!
130 E Bay Street
Ye Ole Tobacco Shop is Savannah’s oldest operating “Traditional” tobacco shops. The Downtown store is located on Factors Walk right in the heart of the Historic District. Locally owned by the Hunter family since 1973, there is no surprise why it has been voted the “Best” Tobacco/Cigar shop of Savannah for several years in a row. They buy directly from all the major cigar companies from the Dominican Republic, Honduras and Nicaragua and have over 200 open boxes of cigars in each of their “walk-in” humidors, so you can find the perfect Cigar for any occasion. Also featuring a full line of pipe and cigar accessories, including humidors, pipe tobacco pouches, cigar cases, cigar and pipe lighters, cutters, Zippo lighters and ashtrays.