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Food & Beverages

Savannah has some of the top restaurants in the state of Georgia. Chart House seafood restaurant is an exquisite piece of Georgia’s southern history. Newly remodeled interiors give the restaurant a sleek, modern feel while inhabiting the oldest masonry building in the state of Georgia. Set against the backdrop of the pristine Savannah River and located among the hottest spots of Downtown Savannah, Chart House is one of the most spectacular waterfront restaurants in the city. The sprawling patio is a lovely setting for afternoon dining or a relaxing Happy Hour on the river. The view of the 4th-busiest port in the nation is unmatched, and the same goes for the food. The menu features southern Low Country twists on seafood classics as well as the legendary Prime Rib. To enjoy some of the finest downtown dining and one of the best happy hours in Savannah, Georgia, visit Chart House!

Other recommendations: Alligator Soul Restaurant | Noble Fare | The Olde Pink House | Elizabeth on 37th

Take A Tour

No visit to Savannah is complete without a sightseeing tour by horse-drawn carriage. Let the gentle “clip-clop” of horses, and sway of the carriage, transport you to Savannah’s colorful past with one of our entertaining and informative tours. Carriage Tours of Savannah was the city’s first carriage tour company, and has been featured in magazines, guide books and videos for over 30 years. Savannah, GA, is a city with great historical significance. A lot of the city’s charm is the product of its history, check out some of these must-see attractions

Other recommendations: Savannah Dark History & Ghost Encounter Tour | Old Town Trolley Tour | Sip ‘n Shop Savannah Tours | Savannah Bike Tours

Outdoor Activities

Spanning more than 30 acres, Forsyth Park is Savannah’s largest and oldest public park. The land for the park was donated by William Brown Hodgson in the 1840s, and named for illustrious statesman and thirty-third Georgia governor John Forsyth. The park’s iconic fountain was installed in 1858 and is today one of the most-photographed places in Savannah. Forsyth Park is also home to a fragrant garden for the blind, repurposed from a mock fort constructed for training purposes before World War I. Visitors and locals love to take advantage of the park’s expansive green, where festivals, concerts and the weekly Forsyth Park Farmers’ Market are held. There is abundant shade and space for sitting to take in the towering live oaks and pink- and white-dotted azalea bushes, and people can always be find walking, jogging and leading dogs on the park’s paths.

Savannah Bike Tours

Savannah Bike Tours is one of the most efficient and fun ways to experience Savannah. Pedal alongside a licensed guide as they take you through Savannah’s historic district and down lesser-traveled side streets. These guides will brief you on Savannah’s history during the ride as well as share knowledge about the area’s trees and flowers. Get ideas about what else to do on your Savannah, GA, trip as the guide acts as a “rolling concierge” by suggesting great local places to dine and shop.

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