Summer in Savannah can be hot, so we have cooked up some heat-beating ideas to make your trip to truly remember for friends and family alike. Create those forever memories that will draw you back to Georgia’s First City time and time again.
Relax on a Riverboat Cruise
Find your sea legs on the River with a luxurious riverboat cruise. Enjoy fresh seafood and southern staples for brunch or dinner aboard the Georgia Queen and Savannah River Queen. With live music, dancing and dazzling views of the city at sunset, it’s guaranteed to start your vacation right!
Visit Savannah’s Beach-Tybee Island
For beach-goers, Tybee Island is less than an hour away. Search for seashells along the shoreline or tour Georgia’s oldest and tallest lighthouse. If you don’t want to remain landlocked, watch for dolphins playing in their natural habitat on a water tour or book a fishing charter and catch the big one!
Take a Night Ghost Tour
Ghosts & Gravestones guests journey through a haunting experience. Ghosts & Gravestones awaits… When the conductor howls “all aboard!” – Will you be there?
Take In a Show at Savannah Theater
See the schedule or get tickets are available online or the box office at (912) 306-3029 between 10 am and 3 pm, Monday through Friday.
Experience Savannah’s Nightlife
Savannah nightlife is truly legendary. Enjoy live music, from rock and jazz to reggae and salsa in the heart of Historic District Sip a signature cocktail in a luxurious lounge or savor a pint at a local pub. River Street and City Market feature some of the city’s most vibrant nightlife options. Whether you’re celebrating with family or friends, enjoying a girls’ night out, or planning a romantic evening for two dancing the night away, Savannah is the place where beautiful memories are made.
Shop The Forsyth Farmers’ Market in The Morning
Each Saturday the Forsyth Farmers’ Market opens from 9 a.m.–1 p.m., rain or shine, at the South End of Forsyth Park in Historic Downtown. A variety of vendors offer their produce and products to residents and visitors alike. The Forsyth Farmers’ Market vendors offer a variety of local goods including seasonal produce, eggs, honey, pastured meat, bread, cheese, mushrooms, fresh herbs, vegetable sauces, preserves, coffee beans, heirloom seeds and potted plants. From the very beginning, the FFM has focused on food and food issues which is why it is a producer-only market (meaning all vendors have to be producing at least 75 percent of the products they sell) and allows only food and plant vendors. For more information about The Forsyth Farmers’ Market, go to forsythfarmersmarket.org.