Kid-Friendly Attractions in Savannah
Things to do with kids in Savannah, GA
Savannah is the south's playground and there is plenty of adventure and activities for kids of any age. Your children can dine with our swashbuckling pirates and listen to their tales of old ghost stories at The Pirates' House, relive the cannon blasts and other artillery of the Civil War at old Fort Jackson and step back in time as you ride on a historic steam train through the city's oldest railroads at the Georgia State Railroad Museum. From kids' restaurants to tours, parks, and more, you'll find a wealth of things to do in Savannah for kids. Plus, don't forget our kid-friendly hotels for families. Your Savannah adventure awaits!
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At Bull Street and Oglethorpe Avenue, Girl Scouts and students of American history should pause at the Juliette Gordon Low Girl Scout National Center, designed by noted early nineteenth-century English architect William Jay, the dignified daughter of William Washington Gordon and founder of the Girl Scouts of America. Her paintings and sculpture, personal effects, and GSA mementos are in the high-ceiling rooms.
Oatland Island Wildlife Center is situated halfway between downtown Savannah and Tybee Island. Here, you can see many indigenous animals, including Georgia livestock, bison, alligators, bobcats and lots of sea and plant life. Oatland Island Wildlife Center offers many different seasonal programs aimed at children. Call or visit their website to find out what's going on during your stay in Savannah!
From marsh treks to turtle trots, sea creatures are abound at the Tybee Island Marine Science Center! Watch turtles and fish swim by in the Gallery, or enjoy a guided tour led by a marine science educator. A variety of special-interest tours are offered for groups of varying sizes.