Architecture in Savannah
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Follow Savannah local Jonathan of Architectural Tours of Savannah as he takes you on a journey along his favorite spots in Savannah. Then, explore his favorite places including Collins Quarter coffee shop and Kayak Kafe in midtown, and more.
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Look Up as You Explore
When you’re walking around Savannah, it’s often advised to look up in order to take in all the architectural delights this city offers. Take an Architectural Tours of Savannah tour with Jonathan Stalcup and you’ll be surprised at the intricacies you never noticed before. The tour points out the many different styles that mesh to make the beautiful gem that is Savannah’s Historic District.
Try Local Fresh Dishes
Kayak Kafé, with two Savannah locations, is a favorite for foodies looking for fresh fare in a hip setting. Vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free friendly, Kayak Kafé’s flavors are light and natural just like its décor.
See Modern and Historic Art
Telfair Museums’ three locations include the Jepson Center, which houses modern works, the Owens-Thomas House, which is decorated in home furnishings and art from the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, and the Telfair Academy, which contains nineteenth and twentieth century American and European art. A visit to Savannah is not complete without a tour of these art collections!
Treat Your Taste Buds
As one of the newest neighborhood cafés, The Collins Quarter is a clean-cut, Australian coffee lab and wine bar that is the place to be for gathering with friends and family. Order an espresso with a pastry or a local farm-to-table plate with a craft beer selection and you won’t be disappointed.