Your Guide to the Best Savannah, GA Attractions

When you dream of a typical Southern town, where does your mind go? For us, Savannah, Georgia is the place. Our hip downtown area and luscious green squares set the scene for the most wonderful Savannah, GA attractions. Learn about the city’s past at museums and historic sites, or stroll through a few fabulous art galleries. Whatever you choose, we promise your trip to Savannah will be unforgettable! Here are some of our favorite things to do.

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Learn About The Charm of Savannah, GA Attractions

1. Battlefield Memorial Park

This park is located across the street from the coveted Savannah Museum of History and serves as an outdoor exhibit. The Battlefield Memorial Park marks the spot of the famous Battle of Savannah where more than 8,000 troops sacrificed their lives for our independence during the Revolutionary War. When you arrive, you will see a sign that reads: “In Memory of Those Whose Fought Fierce.”

2. Forsyth Park

Forsyth Park spans across 30 acres in downtown Savannah. It takes you on a scenic trip through our historic district and features various walking trails and paths, a children’s play area, gardens, and a picturesque fountain. Feel free to sit on one of the benches and take in the beautiful scenery.

3. Fort McAllister

Used as a fortress by the Confederacy during the Civil War, Fort McAllister is located just south of downtown Savannah on the banks of the Ogeechee River. The picturesque area proudly displays hollowed cannons and marks the final spot of General Sherman’s “March to the Sea”.

4. Georgia Historical Society

Discover our state’s encapsulating past when you visit the Georgia Historical Society. You’ll find a marvelous selection of the oldest, most distinguished pieces to commemorate our Georgian history. Search over 4 million documents, thousands of digitally-enhanced photographs, maps, portraits, and much more!

5. Juliette Gordon Low’s Birthplace

You can learn all about the Girls Scouts of America as you walk through Juliette Gordon Low’s Birthplace. This museum expands over three houses and is dedicated to the woman who paved the way for girls to have a brighter future. It’s also noted as one of Savannah’s first National Historic Landmarks.

6. Owens-Thomas House

The stunning Owens-Thomas House is worth a look. This historic home showcases the work of one of America’s first professionally-trained architects. The English Regency influences and grand embellishments add a stunning piece to the northwest corner of Oglethorpe Square.

7. Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum

Named to honor the late Dr. Ralph Mark Gilbert, the Civil Rights Museum preserves the progress of equality in our open-minded town. It’s one of our favorite Savannah, GA attractions and explains how the Civil Rights Movement transpired here!

8. SCAD Museum of Art

Our artist-inspired community houses the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD). Their modern Museum of Art includes a range of styles and exhibits made by college students. You’ll find everything from beautifully-composed photography and intricate sculptures to incredible drawings and detailed paintings. The displays rotate every academic quarter.

Reflect on Your Day at Presidents’ Quarters Inn

After you explore the many Savannah, GA attractions, come back and relax at the Presidents’ Quarters Inn. Our centrally-located B&B is close to many of the museums, historic sites, and art galleries that make our city so special! You can even learn a few things about our past when you stay in of our historic guest rooms. They’re filled with restored antiques and debonair furnishings, offering a one-of-a-kind lodging experience in the heart of Savannah.

Book your next Savannah trip with us today!