Savannah, Georgia has southern-style entertainment and attractions. Savannah includes coastal walks, live oaks, and historical sites.
Instead of hunting for the perfect postcards to send home, visit Forsyth Park and take your own photos of the Southern-style outdoor environment.
This historic site was once Wormsloe Plantation, an estate that was founded by Noble Jones, a man who lived during colonial times, approximately in the years from 1700 to 1775.
If you haven't heard of Tybee Island, then it's probably because this historic gem and natural beauty is also known to tourists and locals alike as Savannah Beach.
Bonaventure Cemetery is everything you'd imagine an historic cemetery in the South would be like.
Fittingly enough, the Civil Rights Museum is located on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Savannah.
This museum offers you over 4,500 pieces of artwork ranging from drawings, paintings and sculptures to photography, prints and haute couture.
Fort McAllister is 1,725 acres of gorgeous Southern landscape, some stretches being adjacent to the Atlantic Ocean, while other parts stretch along the Ogeechee River.
This theatre is great for all ages and perfect for a visit any time of year, as it hosts live shows year round.
If the exterior doesn't "wow" you, then the interior will. The extent to which this Roman Catholic church has been restored is tremendous and the hard work paid off.
If you're looking to go somewhere as a precursor to a great night out on the town in Savannah, the Olde Pink House is where you want to go.