Can’t finish your alcoholic drink or just want another for your walk? Ask for a to-go cup at any pub or restaurant, and you can sip as you stroll through Savannah’s Historic District.
Trolley rides, walking tours, hearse tours and paranormal investigations are just a few of the ways to explore “America’s Most Haunted City.”
Laugh your troubles away at LGBT favorite Club One’s nightly drag show where headliner Lady Chablis, a drag queen made famous in Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, performed once per month until her passing in 2016. The show goes on, though, with continuing drag shows, karaoke and more at this destination night spot.
Twenty-two squares each with a different personality are laid out in a grid pattern through Savannah’s Historic District. Visitors can spend the whole day hopping from square-to-square to explore history and see beautiful sights.
This air plant hangs from the live oaks that cover downtown Savannah, adding a sense of mystery to the scenery. Just don’t touch it—Spanish moss is home to several bugs!
St. Patrick’s Day Parties
Savannah has one of the largest Saint Patrick’s Day parties in the country. Tens of thousands of people come to celebrate at the annual three-hour (or longer) parade and with live music and lots of open containers.
Between Tybee Island’s annual Pirate Festival, Savannah’s Pirate’s House restaurant and hundreds of years of pirate lore, visitors aren’t far from a pirate costume, actor or maybe even the ghostly remains of one.