2014 Labor Day in Savannah GA

Labor Day in Savannah GALooking for a memorable Labor Day destination? Take your holiday our charming Savannah Inn and have an unforgettable experience. Whether you are looking to relax or see everything that there is to see, Savannah is the place to visit. From riverboat tours to fire works at the pier on Tybee Island, visitors are sure to enjoy their last summer getaway to this historic southern city. Although the history and beauty of the city are enough to keep anyone busy for a whole weekend, you will also be able to partake in several special events. Here’s a list of all the fun things you can do on Labor Day in Savannah GA!

 

Riverboat Tours

Passengers aboard the Savannah Riverboat Cruises experience the city in a unique and exciting way. With a variety of cruise options from which to choose, guests are sure to find one that suits their taste. Enjoy a delicious evening dinner, with live entertainment and an unforgettable tour of Savannah on a Sightseeing Riverboat cruise.  Celebrate the holiday a day early with a Sunday brunch cruise. Experience refreshing breezes while munching on local southern flavors at a lavish brunch! There’s sure to be a cruise that fits your plans while in Savannah! Click here to book your Riverboat Tour today!

 

Labor Day Fireworks

Venture out of the heart of Savannah to Tybee Island for an evening of sparkles in the sky! On August 31 at 9:15 p.m. stand beneath an umbrella of beautiful colors on Tybee Island Pier. This is the perfect way to celebrate the holiday!

 

Before enjoying the show, grab a bite to eat at Coco’s Sunset Grille. Serving handmade drinks and the freshest seafood, Coco’s not only offers delicious food but also the best sunset view on Tybee Island. The Grille is one of the very few restaurants located at an operating marina and is a hidden gem of the Georgia’s coastline!

 

Golf

A great way to relax on your vacation is playing a few rounds of golf. Head on over to The Club at Savannah Harbor located on Hutchinson Island in the middle of the Savannah River and experience some fantastic low country golf. With the attentive, courteous, and friendly staff, your time at the Club will be memorable. The grill is an excellent place to sit and enjoy the very best cheeseburger in all of Savannah!

 

Old Fort Jackson

Finish off your holiday with a piece of history at Old Fort Jackson. This stronghold is the state’s oldest remaining fort, dating back to 1808. It includes a number of Civil War and other military exhibits through which visitors can wander and learn about the fascinating history. On Memorial Day weekend, the Fort will be holding special events. Experience the lives of the soldiers stationed at Fort Jackson during the American Revolution, War of 1812, and the Civil War. If you’re a history buff, this Fort is a perfect afternoon activity for you!

 

 

When you come to Savannah to celebrate Labor Day, you are taking time to display your patriotism and love for the United States. After the night winds down and the corporate celebration ceases, there is no better way to finish of the day than by staying at the Presidents’ Quarters Inn. Each of the 16 rooms is named after a former President of the United States. From Truman to Lincoln and Kennedy to Roosevelt, you can stay in the accommodation named after your favorite president. Rooms will book extremely fast for Labor Day weekend at our Savannah boutique hotel, so be sure to book your room today to make sure you can stay at the best place in town.

 

Photo courtesy U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Savannah District.

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