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Group-Friendly Savannah Attractions

Take a trip back in time and discover Savannah’s unique history at a local museum, or soak in the bright lights and laughter at the Savannah Theater. There’s no shortage of entertainment here in Savannah!

For more information on booking a trip for your tour and travel group, please contact us online or call (912) 790.4719.

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Old Fort Jackson

Nearly two centuries old, Fort Jackson was named in honor of Georgia governor and Revolutionary War soldier James Jackson. The fort is the oldest standing brick fortification in the state.

Tybee Island Light Station and Museum

Ordered by General James Oglethorpe, Governor of the 13th colony in 1732, the Tybee Island Light Station has been guiding Mariners safe entrance into the Savannah River for over 270 years.

Historic Sorrel-Weed House Ghost Tour

If you prefer to hear and experience the darker side of Savannah, take our Nightly Ghost Hunters Tour where you’ll hear grand stories of Savannah’s darker history and learn about the evidence and experiences people have had here in the Sorrel-Weed house as well as around... Savannah.

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The Puppet People

We are one of Savannah’s hidden secrets – tourists and locals all love us. Meet some of Savannah’s true characters, from Nathanael Greene to Paula Queen. We love to share the secret little bits about our city. Get a private tour! See beyond the moss curtain with a rare... backstage pass to our design studio with founder and creative director Angela Beasley. Discover one of Savannah’s jewels. We provide a great introduction to the city of Savannah for any tour group – from Girl Scouts to senior tours.

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Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum

Founded in 1966, Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum exhibits ship models, paintings, and maritime antiques, principally from the great era of Atlantic trade and travel between England and America during the 18th and 19th centuries.

Savannah History Museum

Savannah History Museum & Battlefield Memorial Park is located in the former historic Central of Georgia Railroad’s passenger station. The museum walks guests through the city’s history from 1733, spanning the American Revolution and Civil War, all the way to modern day Savannah.... Many exhibits highlight Savannah’s musical, cultural, and artistic contributions including the famous bench from Forrest Gump. For more information please visit: http://www.chsgeorgia.org/SHM

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Savannah Riverboat Cruises

Enjoy an evening of dinner, live entertainment, and an unforgettable tour of Savannah on a riverboat cruise. Book tours and tickets online and save or call us toll-free for assistance with reservations, group tour bookings, and private charters. Experience refreshing river breezes on a... sightseeing harbor tour, delicious local southern flavors, cultural entertainment, fun-filled dinner, magical moonlight, and lavish brunches. Join our captain and award-winning crew on board for a unique tour and cruise attraction that is not to be missed!

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Savannah Theatre

Don’t miss this high-energy experience, complete with singers, dancers, comedians, and live band, performing year-round in America’s oldest theatre, the Historic Savannah Theatre. Come experience the #1 nightlife attraction in Savannah! Located in Savannah’s Historic District... on Chippewa Square, this charming venue (newly renovated in an Art Deco style) was built in 1818 and is the oldest theatre in America still operating on its original site. Across the street is the location where the famous “park bench scenes” were filmed for the movie “Forrest Gump.”

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Georgia State Railroad Museum

Captain Mike's Dolphin Tours

Come aboard Captain Mike’s Dolphin Tours Savannah and watch the bottle-nosed dolphin playing in its natural habitat. These fun loving, aquatic mammals are the most intelligent of creatures next to man and are unusually friendly. They frequently come right up to the boat. Visitors from... across the country have been captivated by Capt. Mike’s Dolphin Tours as well as the warm welcome they receive.

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Battlefield Memorial Park

Revisit the battle on October 9, 1779, where soldiers from three different armies clashed for control of Savannah, Georgia’s colonial capital. In October 2007, Savannah Mayor Otis Johnson helped cut the ribbon on the almost-finished Battlefield Memorial Park. Now you can walk on the ground... where hundreds fought and died for freedom.

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National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force

Our museum preserves for all Americans the stories of courage, character, and patriotism displayed by the men and women of the Eighth Air Force from World War II to the present. Using state-of-the-art graphics, memorabilia, vintage motion pictures and photographs, and interactive... “live-it-yourself” features, the Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum is a work of art by itself.

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