When the heat of the summer ends and the warm and windy days of fall begin, Savannnah becomes a popular destination for travelers across the nation. The weather calls for outside adventures, like spending the afternoon at a festival or the evening looking for ghosts. What adventures will you experience when you visit Savannah in the fall? Here are our suggestions!
The Spooky Season
Local lore claims that Savannah is an otherworldly city full of ghosts and haunted history. Test your luck by hunting for ghosts with experts. Listen to the tales of past Savannahians through a walking tour around the city’s most haunted sights. You could even stay inside a haunted house or hotel during your trip! For the adults looking to mix ghost hunting with a fun night out, try a Savannah Haunted Pub Crawl.
In addition to the ghost tours, there are other walking tours as well as carriage and trolley tours that visitors can enjoy. If you’re hoping to see more of Savannah in a short period of time, rent a bike and head out on a bicycle tour through a company like Savannah on Wheels. Of course, there are plenty of self-guided tours that allow you to experience the city at your own pace. You could even embark on a scavenger hunt around the city!
Savannah’s annual fall festivals celebrate music, picnics, pirates, film and food. We’re talking about the Savannah Jazz Festival, Picnic in the Park, Tybee Island Pirate Festival, Savannah Film Festival and Oktoberfest…just to name a few.