In Savannah, we take our fun very seriously. A full day of meetings calls for evenings packed with hard-earned leisure. Show your attendees a night on the town—or, if schedules allow, a day on the water—with a wide range of tours, excursions and nightlife that has gained us a reputation as one of the most lively cities in the South.
Savannah Smiles Dueling Pianos
Get the whole group singing along at this rowdy piano bar, located just steps from River Street. There’s always a great crowd here, with hilarious entertainers, audience interaction and songs that everyone will know the words to. Have a guest of honor? You can even get them up on stage!
Savannah Slow Ride
Here’s a team activity that’ll turn some heads: a double-sided, 15-person bicycle with a built-in bar that lets riders pedal (and sip) their way through the Historic District. You heard that right. Savannah Slow Ride runs a fleet of eight “crawlers,” which can be combined to accommodate groups of up to 117 people. Build your own tour with stops at a variety of bars, restaurants and historic landmarks.
Haunted Pub Crawl
Double down on spirits with an after-dark walking tour of Savannah’s most haunted bars (and there are lots of them). With companies like Cobblestone Tours and Ghost City Tours, your guide will lead you by candlelight to classic watering holes like The Olde Pink House, Moon River Brewing Company and 17Hundred90 Inn and Bar, while spinning spine-chilling tales. The best part? Seeing which members of your group scare the easiest!
Team Cooking Class
The team that cooks together stays together—at least the ones that attend Savannah’s fun and educational cooking classes at 700 Kitchen Cooking School (at the Mansion on Forsyth Park) and Chef Darin’s Kitchen Table, located in the edgy and eclectic Starland Arts District. Your group will work with one of Savannah’s top chefs to prepare a five-star meal (with accompanying libations), then sit down to feast on their creations.
There’s no better reward for a day in the boardroom than a day on the water. Aqua Dawg Kayak Company leads full- or half-day kayak tours for up to 35 people through Savannah’s salt marshes, back rivers and coastal inlets, with stops at remote beaches along the way.
Once you’ve explored Savannah’s Historic District, hop on a boat and navigate our spectacular waterways. The Savannah River forms the border between Georgia and South Carolina, running along the northern edge of the Historic District; from here, you can take a Savannah Riverboat Cruise past historic landmarks like Old Fort Jackson and Cockspur Island. Or, book a tour through Dolphin Magic or Bull River Cruises and take in the scenery of Tybee Island while playful dolphins surf your wake.