Absorb the Culture at the Museum
Spend an afternoon wandering the Telfair Museums, comprised of the Telfair Academy (19th and 20th century art), the Jepson Center for the Arts (contemporary art, as well as the kid-friendly interactive ArtZeum) and the Owens-Thomas House (a historic home). Three-site admission is available for one-time entry to all three museums, allowing you to browse one today, and leave the rest for tomorrow.
Browse Broughton Street
This thoroughfare is dotted with unique shops and galleries. Need a pick-me-up? Stop by The Gryphon Tea Room, for an authentic afternoon tea experience, or, if you're feeling like a sweet treat, head to Leopold's Ice Cream for one of their famous cones.
Lunch on Lowcountry Cuisine
Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room—only opened on weekdays, and only takes cash or check—is legendary among locals for its family-style meals that consist of Southern staples like fried chicken, biscuits and okra. No reservations taken, but foodies in the know line up for the 11 a.m. opening.
Get an Exclusive Shopping Experience
Savannah has become a hot spot for those who love to shop! From fashionable clothing to Savannah-made goods, you'll find the perfect Savannah keepsake to bring back home. One of our favorites is Satchel, a SCAD graduate-owned leather goods boutique.
Pro tip: The Satchel shopping experience is made extra special for guests of the Perry Lane Hotel. When you stay there, you have the opportunity meet Elizabeth Seegar Jolly, the owner, and design your own leather bag or wallet. Just call the Perry Lane Hotel's guest relations team, and they'll set up the reservation for you!