Savannah-the word sounds nice right? Yes, it does to us, and not only the word is beautiful, but the actual place is a vibrant collection of history and activities that are difficult to list down together. This fantastic place is spread over an area of 281.5kms in the state of Georgia. Savannah has a decent string of accommodation facilities like bed breakfasts, inns with historical pasts and even haunted hotels! As soon as we arrived at the place, it smelled of history, fun, and memories altogether.
What to do in Savannah?
Kehoe House is one of the historic inns we would mention when talking about historical 1892 Renaissance Revival mansion merging with contemporary setups, but if you are looking for the hippest hotel’s head straight to Thunderbird.
A visit to Savannah without visiting the birthplace of the creator of the girl scouts of the USA would be such a miss where you can learn so much about Juliette Gordon Low and her movement. When looking for shopping souvenirs, the local shops and boutiques got the severe shoppers covered.
Forsyth Park is the best place for the peace seekers who can lounge and play with Frisbees and dogs complete with the iconic water fountain at the center along with a fragrant garden that brightens up your mood instantly and rejuvenates even the saddest souls.
Savannah has so much to offer, ranging from kids to the aged. A visit to the oldest public art museum of the southwest-Telfair Museum, which consists of two national historic landmark buildings circa of 1820, the Telfair Academy, Jepson Centre and the Owen Thomas house is good to go places throughout the year.
Since the activities and places are vast, we suggest you hop on board for a trolley tour around Savannah to get an overview of the area where getting into both Old town trolley and old Savannah tours have daily trolley tours. Lastly on this article, but not the last in Savannah, don’t forget to admire the beautiful River street laid with cobblestone streets, old shops and monuments or go and have a breathtaking view from the cathedral of St John the Baptist.