Sip, Shop & Stroll on Broughton Street

Savannah allows to-go cup cocktails on the streets, as long as they are under 16 ounces. Ask your bartender to make your drink a take out and spend the afternoon sipping while shopping the trendy boutiques on Broughton Street.

Stroll Down the Most Beautiful Street in North America

Jones Street was voted one of the most beautiful in North America by Southern Living. And it is. Definitely, take a stroll along this quaint tree lined road.

Buy Original Art and Support an Art Student

The Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) is arguably one of the top art and design universities in the Country and they have a gift shop in town, shopSCAD. The students and faculty showcase their work in this trendy boutique-style shop.

Visit the Historic Squares

The 22 squares of Savannah, most named in honor of a person, are the heart of the city. These communal mini-parks are scattered through the historic downtown. Make sure to visit Chippewa square where the famous bench scene in Forest Gump was filmed.

If you would like to preserve your “square visiting” memory head over to D. Luxe home boutique who sells different scented candles to represent each square. {Update: D. Luxe has recently closed, but you can still purchase the scented candles at One Fish Two Fish}

Book a Tour > Old Savannah Historic Walking Tour

Segway Through a Cemetery

Bonaventure is the most famous and hauntingly beautiful cemetery with incredible statues, impressive tombs and interesting residents.Segway of Savannah will take you there in style, with limited walking. Yay!

Take a Ghost Tour in a Hearse

Just because a simple ghost tour wouldn’t be creepy enough, take one where you will be riding in a hearse. The Hearse Ghost Tour of Savannah will tell you tales while touring the city in what once was a real hearse.

Don’t want to ride in a hearse? Then take the Ghosts and Graveyards of Savannah trolley tour instead.

Take in the Beauty of a Cathedral

View the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist from the inside and the out. There are no words to describe how beautiful the architecture, stained glass work and exquisite carvings are.

Drive Under the Oaks 

The beauty of the live oaks with hanging Spanish moss in Savannah is undeniable. For the best experience, drive under the oaks on the way to Wormsloe, an avenue sheltered in the impressive trees.

 Sleep at a Historic Inn with a Ghost Story

This one shouldn’t be too difficult considering Savannah is the most haunted place in the country. The group of four lovely B&Bs within the Savannah Inns all claim to have a ghost story.







Traci Amick
Traci Amick
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