The Saint, Symbols & Celebrations.
The who, what & where of Saint Patrick’s Day. We celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day on March 17th, the anniversary of the death of Ireland’s patron saint as well as the fifth-century arrival of Christianity to Ireland. This is Saint Paddy’s origin story....Read More
In Savannah, Every Day Is Saint Paddy’s Day.
Without a doubt, Savannah does indeed host one of the largest and liveliest Saint Patrick’s Day celebrations in America. The parade is not to be missed. Over half a million will be there with green on. But why is the luck of the Irish felt here all year round? Let’s...Read More
Shamrocks and Spanish Moss.
The luck of the Irish meets the best of Savannah.
Parade crowds will sweep into the historic district, the fountain in Forsyth Park will run green, and Irish stouts will flow all over town. This year’s Saint Patrick’s Day in Savannah promises to be one of the largest and liveliest in America. Join the half-million...Read More
Not too hot. Not too cold. Savannah is your winter Goldilocks Getaway.
Feeling weary of the extremely cold, overcrowded, weather-worn destinations in major cities? Then Savannah is your less noisy, more serene winter getaway go-to. Here, it’s not too hot and not too cold, (we like to call it Goldilocks weather). Rarely dipping below 40°F...Read More
Gift outside the box. Shop Savannah’s unique boutiques.
Tired of shopping in the same old haunts around the holidays? Luckily, the oldest city in Georgia offers one of the most unique shopping experiences in the state. From boutiques set in historic buildings and artsy shops, you won’t find them anywhere else. Savannah...Read More
Haunted Houses. Ghoulish Ghosts. Appalling Apparitions. Halloween in Savannah has it all.
Known as the “most haunted city in America,” Savannah is overflowing with Halloween activities. The oldest city in Georgia’s rich history provides a plethora of paranormal sightings, spooky vibes and uncanny rituals. From ghost tours to haunted houses and eerie...Read More
Charming evenings. Romantic nights. Spice up your Savannah date nights.
Full of charm and romance, Savannah offers a variety of date night activities guaranteed to impress. From drinks on the roof to strolling through the Botanical Gardens to catching an award-winning improv show, Savannah has the perfect outing for spur-of-the-moment...Read More
Choose your weeknight Savannah getaway: Historic, haunted or hoppin’
Savannah is packed with so many exciting things to do, why limit your adventure to just the weekends? From variety shows and ghost tours to river boat cruises and food tours, there’s plenty of family-friendly or adult-themed ways to keep Monday through Friday fun....Read More
Savannah’s coolest summer hotspots
6 ways to stay cool during a midsummer stay in Savannah Savannah welcomes visitors with open arms, but during the summer that warm southern hospitality may feel more like a sweltering heatwave. Here are six ways to stay cool in the city’s hotspots while simultaneously...Read More
First Four Squares of Savannah
The city of Savannah was founded in 1733 by General James Oglethorpe with the intention of providing colonists with space for militia training exercises. The first four squares that were created by Oglethorpe are known as Johnson Square, Wright Square, Ellis Square,...Read More