Welcome to Savannah, Georgia!

With its pedestrian-friendly layout and innovative urban design, Savannah serves as a balm for the senses. The city of Savannah inspires visitors with its emerald tree canopy, quaint cobblestone streets and majestic architecture. Take the time to wander off the beaten path and experience the history, beauty and charm of this beloved coastal city.

Savannah, Georgia is a charming Southern escape where art, period architecture, trendy boutiques and ghost stories are all set under a veil of Spanish moss. Savannah is a place where cuisine comes straight from the coast and cocktails are served at every meal. Come and discover the enchanting soul of Savannah. ~Visit Savannah

The Club at Savannah Harbor



  Savannah City Market



Beach Access


Ideally situated between the banks of the Savannah and Back Rivers and showcasing the abundant wildlife of Georgia's spectacular Low Country, The Club at Savannah Harbor features championship golf and tennis. Once home of the PGA TOUR's Champions Tour Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf Tournament, the par-72 golf course poses challenges for both veteran and novice golfers. Rental clubs and shoes available.

Take a visit to the Savannah City Market, one of the area's most popular things to do. Flanking Saint Julian Street and bordered by Bryan, Barnard, Congress and Montgomery streets, this restored area features City Market Arts Center, plus an inspiring array of shops, restaurants and pubs. A popular gathering spot in the late afternoons and in the evenings, Savannah City Market frequently features live musical entertainment in the outdoor courtyard. 
Bring the kids along for a day at the beach during your stay at The Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Resort & Spa. In partnership with Bloody Point Golf Club, we are the only downtown hotel to offer secluded beach access for our guests. Take our maritime transportation from our on-site marina directly to Daufuskie Island, where beach chairs and umbrellas are waiting for you.
 Bonaventure Cemetery


Colonial Park Cemetery


Forsyth Park

Whitaker Street and Drayton Street

 Bonaventure Cemetery offers a peaceful setting rests on a scenic bluff of the Wilmington River, east of Savannah. This charming site has been a world-famous tourist destination for more than 150 years due to the old tree-lined roadways, the many notable persons interred, the unique cemetery sculpture and architecture and the folklore associated with the site and the people.


Colonial Park Cemetery is approximately six acres in size and is located in the heart of Savannah's Historic District, at Abercorn & Oglethorpe. The park-like cemetery has been closed to interments since 1853 and is the oldest intact municipal cemetery inSavannah. Previously known as the Old Cemetery, Old Brick Graveyard, South BroadStreet Cemetery or Christ Church Cemetery, the cemetery served as the primary public cemetery from 1750 to 1853. 

Thirty acres bordering the Historic District and featuring tennis courts, playgrounds, softball fields, the Fragrant Garden for the Blind, Savannah's famous scenic fountain and the Confederate Monument.




River Street

The Village Craftsmen


Spartina 449

449 Broughton Street

Restaurants, pubs and unique shops housed in old cotton warehouses border a nine block concourse of riverside parks ideal for strolling and ship watching. The Waving Girl statue graces the eastern end of River Street.



A shop of original artwork and handmade crafts from Lowcountry artisans: Lynette Burbage, Carlette Cormier, Carol Giles, Ann Glendenning, Dee Jackson, William Jones, Betty Kaiser, Isabelle Lussier-McLemore, Heather Petryk, Ken Pottorff, Harold Reeves, Terri Stasco, Gini Steele, Vicki Sumner, Anthony Troise, Melissa Yanachik. 223 W. River St. Open Daily!


Spartina 449 is an upscale women’s retail boutique, featuring locally-designed, linen and leather handbags, accessories,  jewelry and more. Inspired by colorful Daufuskie Island, SC, and featured in fashion and lifestyle magazines such as Redbook, Ladies Home Journal, and Oprah, Spartina 449 will delight your appetite for great style and signature, Lowcountry appeal.

 Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room


The Lady & Sons 


The Olde Pink House 


A line gathers each morning at 107 West Jones Street. At 11 o'clock, the doors of 107 open and the lunch crowd finds seats at one of the large tables-for-ten shared by strangers. Tabletops are crowded with platters of fried chicken and cornbread dressing, sweet potato souffle, black-eyed peas, okra gumbo, corn muffins and biscuits. The menu changes daily so regulars can have something different every day. Stop by and enjoy the special pleasure of a meal shared with neighbors and strangers.

Here at the Lady & Sons, we want to provide our guests with the finest quality meal available in a dining atmosphere that represents a friendly comfortable environment.




We specialize in memorable dining experiences ranging from a quaint table for 2 in the Planters Tavern "Wine Vault", to a party of 400 guests reserving the entire mansion.