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As you wander around the city streets, you'll be rubbing shoulders with approximately 140,000 people.
This destination can be found 360 kilometres from the state capital, Atlanta, and 35 kilometres from Okatie.
If you are planning a holiday for the whole family, outings to Fun Zone Amusement and Sports Park and SK8 City are guaranteed to be a winner. If you're looking for even more fun and excitement, the Savannah Children's Museum and Frames n' Games are some other options.
Want to encourage your kids’ curiosity about wildlife? Take them on an excursion to the Oatland Island Wildlife Center, where they'll discover what an animal enjoys eating, what sound it makes and a whole lot more!
You'll need to keep your eyes wide open as the expert racers fly around the course at the Roebling Road Raceway. All it takes is one blink and these speeds and you'll miss it!
Whether you're interested in learning about the local flora or just want to take a bit of time to wander through the winding pathways, you'll be sure to enjoy the Bamboo Farm and Coastal Gardens and the Botanical Garden.
How does an alfresco lunch sound? Grab some snacks and make your way to Forsyth Park or Myers Park for a relaxing picnic. Also consider plonking yourself down on the grass and whiling away a pleasant afternoon at at Wells Park or Juliette Low Park.
Savannah Visitor Center is the perfect starting point for your visit. Here, you’ll find a range of information, including ideas for day trips, the best restaurants to indulge at and much more.
Longing for a lazy day by the seaside? Feel the salty breeze on your face and stick a toe in the water at Tybee Island Beach and Back River Beach. Afterwards, move on to North Beach for another taste of the local coastline.
Feel like heading out into nature to find a bit of fresh air? Take it easy among the delightful surrounds of Skidaway Island State Park and McQueens Island Historic Trail.
An integral area of marine conservation, Gray's Reef National Marine Sanctuary is teeming with unique underwater life.
Ask the helpful staff at the Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum or the Great Savannah Races Museum about special happenings. With so many eye-opening exhibits, you'll want to make sure you don't miss anything. Museum enthusiasts should also pencil in stops at the Girl Scout First Headquarters and Savannah Center for Fine Art.
From the design and construction of ships to the artefacts that are found onboard, the intriguing displays at the Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum and the Ships of the Sea Museum will catch the eye of anyone who's interested in Savannah's seafaring history.
Art enthusiasts come from all corners of the globe to soak up Savannah's spectacular collections, and the Telfair Museum of Art and the SCAD Museum of Art are usually their first stops. If they leave you feeling inspired, continue onwards to the Jepson Center and the Roots Up Gallery.
Travel back through time to discover the events and characters that have helped shape this region at the Massie Heritage Center and the Richmond Hill Historical Society Museum. For some more insight into times gone by, also stop by the Savannah-Ogeechee Canal Museum and the Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum.
Eager to discover some historic attractions? An outing to the Savannah State University or Bonaventure Cemetery with give you a deeper understanding of Savannah's past. If you've got the time, Telfair Academy and Owens-Thomas House should also be on your list.
Walk through many years of history at Fort McAllister and Old Fort Jackson, two crucial former strongholds. You can also marvel at the mighty, thick walls of Fort Pulaski National Monument, which were also witness to many enemy attacks over the years.
Surround yourself with both history and spirituality at Cathedral of St. John the Baptist and the Mickve Israel Temple. If you want to discover even more, head on to First African Baptist Church and Second African Baptish Church.
When you are visiting new places, it's sometimes the less celebrated destinations that'll replay in your memories once you arrive back home. Two cases in point in Savannah are the Tybee Island Marine Science Center and Talmadge Memorial Bridge. The Marine Education Center and Aquarium and Chatham County Courthouse are two more options.
With such a fabulous range, you won't have any troubles locking in your Savannah hotel. At the mo, lastminute.com.au lists more than 74 places to hit the hay.
Who said that great service has to cost an arm and a leg? You'll get a peaceful night's shut-eye at a nice price at the Hampton Inn Savannah-Historic District and the Oglethorpe Lodge. Or would you rather spend your holiday in more luxurious surrounds? Prepare to be treated like royalty at The Bohemian Hotel Savannah Riverfront, Autograph Collection or the Justine Inn Savannah.
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We booked here because we had a car and didn't want to pay for parking. The hotel is a short drive to both Wormsloe and the Historic district. If you plan to do a trolley tour, you can park at the visitors centre for free! Clean, spacious rooms, nice breakfast.
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