Unlock the magic of Savannah

Savannah, a coastal city in Georgia, is known for its rich history, well-preserved architecture and stunning coastal scenery. Savannah’s First African Baptist Church was the first Black church in the country, world-renowned American novelist Flannery O’Connor taught chickens to walk backwards in Savannah, and the city is known for being one of America's most haunted.

Attractions in Savannah

Johnson Square
At the heart of America's first planned city, Johnson Square has been at the center of the city since it was built in the 1730's.
Davenport House Museum
The federal style home was built by famed architect Isaiah Davenport and was part of an initial effort to save historic homes in Savannah in the 1930's.
Owens-Thomas House Slave Quarters
Though it's been on the registry for historic places since 1976, the preserved slave quarters were not discovered until the 1990s. Restoration continues today.
Chippewa Square
Known by movie fans the world over for the iconic bench in Forrest Gump, Chippewa Square sits at the heart of the city's local activities all year round.
Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace
The birthplace of the founder of Girl Scouts of America now serves as a museum honoring her life and is a treasured spot for all Girl Scouts.
Forsyth Park
With over 30 acres, the park is the memorial site to Savannah's Confederate soldiers and several other monuments from the Spanish-American War and WWII.
Hamilton Turner Inn
Considered one of the most haunted buildings in America's most haunted city, guests of the inn regularly report paranormal activities.
Colonial Park Cemetery
The six-acre cemetery in the historic district was established in 1750 and is the final resting place of over 9000 Savannah residents.
The Kehoe House
The historic hotel was first home to Irish immigrant, William Kehoe, who became a successful foundry owner in Savannah.
Marshall House
Thrice used as a converted hospital, the hotel is not to be missed by anyone seeking a haunting experience.
The Pirates House
Though it has served as a restaurant for its entire history, its basement is known for having held captured people to work on pirate ships on the high seas.


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