It’s a trip you’ll never forget. We invite you to make your way to the Presidents’ Quarters Inn in Savannah, Georgia and start making memories that will last a lifetime. We want to ensure your trip is one you’ll always remember. That’s why we have made this list of unforgettable things to do in Savannah!
Walk along River Street.
There is so much to see and do along River Street. From boutiques and galleries to restaurants and artist studios, the 9-block brick concourse is perfect for walking and watching the ships pass by.
Explore the Savannah Historic District.
Tour historic homes, squares and neighborhoods in the historic district of Savannah. Take a guided walking or bus tour, whatever strikes your fancy. There is much to be learned by simply taking a stroll in this area.
Soak up the sun on the Beaches of Tybee Island.
Tybee Island is known to many as Savannah’s beach. The stretch of pristine sand that runs along the coast of Georgia has been a popular vacation destination since the 1800s. Get away from downtown for a bit as you explore the 5-miles of wide, clean beach and dip your toes into the water.
Play in Forsyth Park.
Originally named Forsyth Place, Forsyth Park was converted into a park site in the mid 1850s. Today it occupies about 30-acres of land in the Savannah Historic District. The streets that surround the park are Gaston Street to the north, Drayton Street to the east, Park Avenue to the south and Whittaker Street to the west. It includes a wide range of walking trails and paths, along with a large picturesque fountain, tennis and basketball courts and gardens.
Take a trolley tour.
One of our favorite things to do in Savannah is to take a trolley tour. The carriage tours in downtown Savannah will allow you to take in the architecture while learning about the city’s history. We suggest Old Savannah Tours, Oglethorpe Tours, Historic Savannah Carriage Company or Savannah Walks.
Visit Fort McAllister Historic Park.
This 1,725-acre Georgia state park is located near Keller and Richmond Hill in South Bryan County. It sits on the south bank of the Ogeechee River. You will experience one of the best scenic parks in the region at Fort McAllister. It showcases the best preserved earthwork fortification of the Confederacy.
Take in a show at the Savannah Theatre.
Opening its doors for the first time in 1818, the Savannah Theatre remains the oldest continuously operating theater site in America. It has been around for several centuries and has had a few face lifts, now housing the performance ensemble “The Beat Goes On.”
Now that you know about these unforgettable things to do in Savannah, learn a little more about the Presidents’ Quarters Inn Bed and Breakfast. We are nestled in the heart of Savannah’s historic district on Oglethorpe Square, in an exclusive location that is steps away from the city’s greatest attractions. The Inn features 16 richly appointed suites with decorative fireplaces and several rooms with private balconies overlooking the courtyard garden. View our accommodations here!