Neighborhoods & Communities


Savannah’s Distinct Districts

Stand on just about any street corner and feel the rich personality of Savannah, a city big on Southern hospitality, history and charm. No visit is complete without taking in the sights of the aptly named Historic and Victorian districts. This isn’t a city to rest on past accolades, though, as seen in the evolving Starland and Moon River districts, where collaborative people entice visitors to stay and savor Savannah just a little bit longer.

Moss-Draped Oaks • Classic Savannah • Historic Squares

If these cobblestone streets could talk, imagine the stories they’d tell. Check out the landmarks, 18th-century houses, museums, 100 restaurants and, of course, 22 park squares.

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History • Residential Architecture • Character

Architecture buffs won’t want to miss touring Savannah’s first suburb to admire elaborate Victorian-style homes built in the 1800s. A few galleries and bed & breakfasts operate in the 50-block residential neighborhood.

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Undeniably Hip • Happening • Vibrant with Art

Chic and happening, artsy and inventive, tasty and welcoming: Get lost in the emerging Starland District and visit the creative people running galleries, boutiques, entertainment venues and restaurants offering inspired fare.

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Salt Marshes • Forest Trails • Historic Gullah Geechee Oystering Community

Get a dose of history and ecotourism, too, by venturing out of the city to sample Savannah’s Lowcountry experiences. Learn about marine life, visit a museum and walk a trail through a maritime forest.

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Savannah's Diverse Communities

Whether you’re up for fabulous food, comfortable hotels, beach sunsets or rollicking nightclubs, Savannah serves up adventures to satisfy the sedate and excite the revelers. Tour these neighborhoods for a look beyond downtown.

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