Hussey House
at Tybee Island


With the largest National Historic Landmark District in the US, there is no doubt plenty to see in Historic Savannah!

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Tours and Information

301 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.

We suggest you begin your adventure with a visit to the Savannah Visitor Information Center on MLK Blvd. There you can decide what you want to see and if you want to tour by trolley, by carriage, by bus , by segway or just on foot. No matter how you travel, Savannah's antebellum homes, gardens and majestic old oaks draped with Spanish moss are not to be missed.

A tour is a great way to get a "feel" for Savannah. The visitors center has maps, brochures and a very knowledgable staff to help you plan your visit.

Galleries & Restaurants

River Street

No trip to Savannah is fully complete without a visit to River Street. Here you can experience cobblestone streets from a by-gone era, converted century old buildings, antique shops, galleries and restaurants galore.

Railroad history

301 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.

Located next to the Visitors Information Center, it is the oldest and largest existing nineteenth century railroad operations in the US. It is a National Historic Landmark where you can see steam and diesel locomotives, rail cars and the round house with its turntable.

Colonial era cemetery

201 Abercorn St

The Colonial Park Cemetery with gravestones dating back to the 1700's is located within the historic district. Many of Savannah's earliest settlers are buried here.

Minor League Baseball

1401 E Victory Dr
Savannah, GA
(912) 351-9150

The Sand Gnats are the single A team for the New York Mets. Great fun for everyone but especially for the kids. A chance to see rising young players before they become major league stars.

There is always something going on at the ball park when the Sand Gnats are in town!

Historic cemetery

330 Bonaventure Rd
Thunderbolt, GA

Bonaventure Cemetery is located east of Savannah in the town of Thunderbolt. Home to the Bird Girl, made famous as the cover photograph of novel "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil". The former site of a 600 acre plantation, Bonaventure lies on a scenic bluff overlooking the Wilmington River and is rich with statuary, history and gorgeous moss draped oaks. A word of warning - take some bug spray, the mosquitoes can be fierce here, particularly in the late afternoon.

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