From southern food to fun activities the things to do in Savannah list is long! Plus, the best historical attractions for kids and adults.
The St. Simons Lighthouse in Georgia is 104 feet with 129 stairs. It, along with the adjacent keepers quarters, was built in 1872.
The Beachcomber BBQ on Georgia's St. Simons Island is owned by a brother and sister team who are obsessively passionate about their smoking & Southern BBQ.
East Beach in St. Simons, Georgia is one of the few beachs flat enough where you are able to ride bicycles right on the sand.
A Low Country Boil is a one pot seafood dish that typically combines shrimp, sausage, corn and potatoes to create a hearty meal for the masses. Moonshine is just a bonus.
The Lady Jane is a Georgia shrimping boat that will takes passangers out on the water for a hands-on shrimping excursion through the estuaries of St. Simons Sound.
The Savannah College of Art & Design (SCAD) is one of the top art and design universities and you can support them by eating pimento cheese sandwiches.
We were going to the Savannah Bee retail shop to partake in a honey tasting. Still pretty excited.
Absinthe, which was banned for many years due to its hallucinogenic properties, isn't that easy to find even now that the ban is lifted. And it's not as potent. You probably won't see fairies.
The Dresser Palmer House is part of Savannah Inns, a foursome of truly Southern Hospitality Bed & Breakfasts that ooze charm.