Telfair’s annual Holiday Tree sparks joy, while bringing the community under one roof. The holiday tree will be on view until January 9, 2023 at the Jepson Center’s Richard and Judy Eckburg Atrium. For more information, click HERE..
Savannah Christmas Market
November 25 – January 1
Kick off this joyous event on Friday, November 25, by taking a stroll through the European-style Christmas market and basking in the glow of lights at the Tree Lighting Ceremony. The celebrations continue through Sunday, January 1, with live music and performances, children’s activities, photos with Santa Claus, the Savannah Harbor Boat Parade of Lights and more. Bring the whole family and discover how Plant Riverside District is spreading good tidings and holiday cheer throughout Savannah. For more information, click HERE.
December Nights and Holiday Lights
December Nights & Holiday Lights will be returning to a family-oriented walk through once again this year. Festivities kickoff Friday, November 25th and run on select nights through Saturday, December 24th. This year Holiday Lights is bigger than ever and spans nearly five acres. Visitors will be greeted by a winter wonderland and a life-size Advent calendar. New garden areas have been added to the light display including Woodland wonders located in the Sun Garden and Santa Land in the newly constructed Children’s Garden that will host our very special guest of honor, Santa.
- Santa Claus will be visiting each night of Holiday Lights
- Hot chocolate and coffee bar
- S’mores stations
- Dawg House Cafe will offer dinner options
General Admission Tickets are $15. Children 3 and under are free. For more information, click HERE.
Savannah City Market
Savannah’s beautiful spirit becomes even more exquisite during the holiday season, and City Market is no exception. Stroll in the flickering light of 500+ luminaria lining our two-block courtyard. For more information, click HERE.
Old Town Trolley Holiday Lights
Old Town Trolley whisks you away to the city’s historic homes and city squares dressed in their holiday best as carolers enliven the night with songs. Time-travel back to the 1820s during your holiday tour to the Davenport House and see how Savannah’s earliest residents experienced the spirit of the season while enjoying some holiday treats. And our next stop, the Plant Riverside District, is a truly magical winter wonderland. For more information, click HERE.