Year-round there is a wide range of Savannah attractions. All of which are within easy walking distance from our bed and breakfast.
Below is a list of some of our favorite Savannah attractions and activities.
A superb example of English Regency architecture. The Owens-Thomas house was completed in 1819 for a cotton merchant and banker. This National Historic Landmark is now a museum.
The house was the scene of the shooting death of Jim Williams’ assistant, Danny Hansford. It is a story that is retold in the 1994 John Berendt novel Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. Consequently it is one of the most visited Savannah attractions.
USA Weekend Magazine selected Savannah as one of the “10 Most Beautiful Places in America” . The 22 squares and parks scattered throughout the city are certainly part of Savannah’s appeal. Furthermore, the Foley House Inn sits directly on Chippewa Square.
You’ll step back in time with this Savannah attraction to the early 1800s when you visit the Davenport House Museum, where you can see examples of Federal architecture, Davenport china, and period furniture and furnishings.
More than 75 artists studios, pubs, boutiques, and galleries are clustered along a 9-block area. It borders the river port. Certainly something foe everyone.
Above all the oldest museum in the South. The Telfair, features American and European paintings and sculptures. Truly unique among Savannah attractions.
Two large galleries, two outdoor sculpture terraces, and a 200-seat auditorium are the cornerstones of this renowned Savannah art center. A great way to spend a day when looking for Savannah attractions.
Named after the “father of the Savannah Civil Rights Movement”. This museum chronicles African American history from times of slavery until the present. Another wonderful Savannah Museum.
Five miles of beach, galleries, shops, restaurants, and museums hence makes Tybee Island a popular seaside destination.
Tour Savannah by boat on a cruise that features dinner and live entertainment.
Take a 2.5 hour walking tour through the streets of Savannah, stopping in at haunted pubs. Probably the most popular of all Savannah walking tours. Most noteworthy, only available after dark.
Travel in a hearse through the streets and cemeteries of historic Savannah. The most terrifying of all Savannah attractions.
Stroll through Savannah in the evening and learn about Savannah legends and haunted houses.
The most noteworthy of all Savannah attractions. Travel through Savannah’s historic district in a horse-drawn carriage. Private and group carriage tours are available almost anytime.
Please note: Our historic bed and breakfast is located right in the middle of downtown Savannah, just a few blocks from the Savannah Civic Center. We have pet-friendly rooms, as well as Jacuzzi tubs, and free WiFi.