Georgia’s Coast has it all, from miles of shoreline and windswept dunes to historic ports and towns. Explore here the many communities, each with a distinct personality and attractions, that make up our coastal region.

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    6th Sense World Historic Ghost & Cemetery Tours


    Thunderbolt, GA

    Since 1995, 6th Sense World has been offering the best walking Ghost Tours in Savannah, Georgia. We're bending minds seven (7) nights a week.


    Bonaventure Cemetery
    Thunderbolt, GA 31404

    912-292-0960


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    Altamaha River Partnership


    Baxley, GA

    Winding for 137 miles, the great Altamaha River is a wetland wilderness. Crossed only five times by roads and twice by rail lines, the Altamaha's natural beauty is largely undisturbed. The banks of the river, accentuated by a multitude of creeks, sloughs and oxbow lakes, are refuges for alligators, wood ducks and wild turkey.


    239 NE Park Ave.
    Baxley, GA 31515

    912-367-7679


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    B&J's Steaks and Seafood


    Darien, GA

    With a laid-back, low-country style, B & J's Steaks and Seafood serves up coastal Georgia's freshest seafood. B & J's features a nightly themed buffet as well as a mouth-watering menu with seafood, steaks, pizza & burgers. B & J's Steaks and Seafood meets daily with local shrimpers to procure the freshest seafood in the Low country.


    901 Northway
    Darien, GA 31305

    912-437-2122


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    Brilliant Edventures


    St. Simons Island, GA

    Tour services for all the U.S. and Canada that are affordable, complete and customized with wow factors that create fond memories. Plan and manage your entire tour with one service.


    620 Sea Island Road #301
    St. Simons Island, GA 31522

    877-430-8906


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    Bubba's Bistro


    Richmond Hill, GA

    Enjoy a slice of the South at this foodie's way-station stopover... a tasty surprise in Henry Ford's Southern town on Highway 17 between St. Marys and Savannah.


    457 U.S. 17, Ways Station Shopping Center
    Richmond Hill, GA 31324

    912-756-FOOD


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    Chicken Salad Chick - Pooler


    Pooler, GA


    155 Traders Way Suite 300
    Pooler, GA 31322

    912-348-3389


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    Chicken Salad Chick - Savannah


    Savannah, GA


    Savannah Centre /7400 Abercorn St., Ste. 512
    Savannah, GA 31406

    912-200-5286


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    Coastal Georgia Greenway


    Savannah, GA

    The Coastal Georgia Greenway is a proposed 155-mile stretch of paved cycling and pedestrian pathways connecting South Carolina to Florida as part of the larger East Coast Greenway. Visitors can enjoy alternative transportation access to the natural beauty and historic sites along Georgia's coast. Visit our website for details on completed sections and how you can help "Grow the Greenway."


    3601 Abercorn St.
    Savannah, GA 31405

    912-236-2225


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    Crooked River State Park


    St. Marys, GA

    Kids will enjoy ranger programs, mini golf, bike rental, playgrounds and geocaching at Crooked River State Park. A nature trail winds through forest and salt marsh, and visitors may see gopher tortoises, fiddler crabs, herons and other birds. A nature center features fish, snakes, turtles and other animals native to coastal Georgia.


    6222 Charlie Smith Sr. Hwy.
    St. Marys, GA 31558

    912-882-5256


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    Cumberland Island National Seashore


    St. Marys, GA

    Your Cumberland experience includes horses, turtles, hiking, shelling, and more. A glimpse of the Carnegie lifestyle can be imagined by visiting the Dungeness ruins, Plum Orchard, and the full-service Greyfield Inn.


    Ferry Departure: 113 West St. Marys St.
    St. Marys, GA 31558

    912-882-4336


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    Folkston Funnel


    Folkston, GA

    Train watchers from all over the world enjoy coming to Folkston's Funnel to watch the near 70 trains a day. You can see six Amtrak trains each day passing through the Funnel, and the Tropicana Juice Train moves from Bradenton, Fla. to Kearney, N.J. five nights a week. Lights, electric outlets, picnic tables and grill are also available for visitors. Open 24/7.


    3795 Main St.
    Folkston, GA 31537

    912-496-2536


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    Arts & Culture

    Fort Frederica


    St. Simons Island, GA

    Georgia's fate was decided in 1742 when Spanish and British forces clashed on St. Simons Island. Fort Frederica's troops defeated the Spanish, ensuring Georgia's future as a British colony. Today, the archeological remnants of Frederica are protected by the National Park Service.


    6515 Frederica Rd.
    St. Simons Island, GA 31522

    912-638-3639


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    Fort King George


    Darien, GA

    Built in 1721 for protection against Spanish invasion from Florida, Fort King George was the first military fort established in the Colony of Georgia. Numerous events spotlight this history throughout the year.


    302 McIntosh Rd. SE
    Darien, GA 31305

    912-437-4770


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    Fort McAllister


    Richmond Hill, GA

    Look for fiddler crabs and raccoons while exploring Fort McAllister's nature trails, and imagine life as a Civil War soldier when touring bunkers. Kayak, canoe and SUP rentals, bike rentals, a playground and geocaching are available.


    3894 Fort McAllister Rd.
    Richmond Hill, GA 31324

    912-727-2339


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    Fort Morris State Historic Site


    Midway, GA

    When the Continental Congress convened in 1776, delegates recognized the importance of a fort to protect their seaport from the British. Soon afterwards, Fort Morris was built on a low bluff on the Medway River. Fort Morris Historic Site tells the story of a Revolutionary War-era fort that once protected a growing U.S. seaport from the British. Visitors can tour a museum, nature trail and fort remains.


    2559 Fort Morris Rd.
    Midway, GA 31320

    912-884-5999


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    Fort Pulaski National Monument


    Savannah, GA

    Visit Fort Pulaski and discover a marvel of 19th-century engineering that saw battle during the American Civil War. Explore the fort, take a tour, or enjoy the scenic marsh and water views of Cockspur Island. Open Daily. Paid admission.


    U.S. Highway 80 East
    Savannah, GA 31410

    912-786-5787


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    Georgia Buffalo Ranch & Trading Post


    Townsend, GA

    Georgia Buffalo is a family owned and operated bison ranch on the beautiful southeast coast of Georgia. Book your reservation to ride on one of our Buffalo Buggies, visit our new Trading Post, and enjoy some family time at the ranch. By appointment only.


    11495 Hwy. 17
    Townsend, GA 31331

    855-242-2833


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    Georgia Radio Museum & Hall of Fame


    St. Marys, GA

    The museum has antique radios, Georgia radio historical memorabilia, the interactive Georgia Radio Inductee Wall of Fame, a '40s American living room with a radio, and a typical '50s radio studio. Free admission


    400 Osborne St.
    St. Marys, GA 31558

    912-882-4000


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    Hilton Savannah DeSoto


    Savannah, GA

    Located in the center of historic Savannah, convenient location featuring full service restaurant and bar, roof top pool and patio, onsite fitness center, complimentary guestroom Wi-Fi.


    15 E. Liberty St.
    Savannah, GA 31401

    912-232-9000


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    Hotel Tybee


    Tybee Island, GA

    Vacationers have escaped to this special retreat 18 miles off the coast of Savannah for over 126 years. Today, it's enjoying a renaissance as the largest Tybee Island beach hotel. The property embodies everything the island has to offer, with ocean view, partial ocean view, and inland facing rooms, an authentic Italian restaurant, lounge, 2 outdoor pools, and a tropical tiki bar.


    1401 Strand Ave.
    Tybee Island, GA 31328

    912-786-7777


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    Jekyll Island Boat Tours / Dolphin Tours, Wine Cruises & Private Tours


    Jekyll Island, GA

    Boat tours of all types departing from the historic Jekyll Wharf including Dolphin Tours, Wine Cruises, Private Group Tours, School Group Shrimping ECO Tours, Book Online


    366 N. Riverview Dr.
    Jekyll Island, GA 31527

    912-635-3152


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    Jekyll Island Club Hotel


    Jekyll Island, GA

    Find rich history and modern comforts at Jekyll Island's only four-star resort and National Historic Landmark. Enjoy casual and fine dining, nine miles of beach, golf, tennis, historic tours and more.


    371 Riverview Dr.
    Jekyll Island, GA 31527

    855-270-0511


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    Jepson Café


    Darien, GA

    Jepson Center’s Jepson Café, offers a scrumptious selection of salads, sandwiches, quiches and yummy deserts your child will love.


    207 W York St.
    Darien, GA 31305

    912-790-8833


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    Jepson Center - Architectural Tours


    Savannah, GA

    11am, 3pm
    Learn more about this architectural gem, designed by Moshe Safdie, which opened to the public in 2006.


    207 W York St
    Savannah, GA 31401

    912-790-8802


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    Jepson Center Store


    Savannah, GA

    Visit the Jepson Center museum store for art you can take with you! Featuring artful keepsakes, gifts, and more, including many fantastic items inspired by our world-class exhibitions, the store offers a host of beautiful ways to remember your visit.


    207 W. York St.
    Savannah, GA 31401

    912-790-8831


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    Jepson Center- ArtZeum


    Savannah, GA

    Home to Savannah’s only indoor, hands-on children's museum space, ArtZeum—a unique, 3,500-square foot interactive gallery for children and families.


    207 W York St. Savannah
    Savannah, GA 31401

    912-790-8802


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    Kelly Tours


    Garden City, GA

    Offering comprehensive Destination Management Services, Kelly Tours operates 52-passenger motor coaches, the K-Shuttle ? official shuttle service for the Savannah/Hilton Head Island International Airport ? with 12-14 passenger Mercedes sprinter vans, and Kelly Executive Travel's late model Lincoln Town Cars and professional chauffeurs.


    2788 U.S. Hwy. 80
    Garden City, GA 31408

    912-964-2010 / 912-508-7356


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    Outdoor Recreation

    Lakes at Laura Walker Golf Course


    Waycross, GA

    Hit the links at The Lakes Golf Course at Laura S. Walker. Complete with a pro shop and Back Nine Grill, this 18-hole championship course offers a picturesque design and ideal playability for all ages. Playing alongside herons, alligators and fox, you'll be challenged to stay in the fairway and avoid beautiful hazards.


    5653 Laura Walker Rd.
    Waycross, GA 31503

    912-287-4900


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    Laura S. Walker State Park


    Waycross, GA

    Laura S. Walker State Park offers a variety of family oriented activities, including volleyball, horseshoes, geocaching, biking, hiking, playgrounds and kayaking. An Interpretive Center is filled with displays on local wildlife. Kids will enjoy the lake's boardwalk.


    5653 Laura Walker Rd.
    Waycross, GA 31503

    912-287-4900


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    Laura Walker State Park


    Waycross, GA

    Anglers will find a variety of bass, bream, catfish, crappie and more at Laura S. Walker State Park. Whether casting a line from the park's new boardwalk and fishing dock, or reeling them in from the banks, anglers are sure to enjoy their visit.


    5653 Laura Walker Rd.
    Waycross, GA 31503

    912-287-4900


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    Liberty County Convention & Visitors Bureau


    Hinesville, GA

    Come visit us and enjoy kayaking, birding, biking, geocaching and more! This beautiful destination is great for families and adventurers of all ages. Visit Liberty County! The right blend for any excursion.


    425 W. Oglethorpe Hwy.
    Hinesville, GA 31313

    912-368-3580


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    Maritime Museum


    St. Simons Island, GA

    Offering the St. Simons Island Lighthouse Museum and A.W. Jones Heritage Center, along with the Historic Coast Guard Station at East Beach, the Coastal Georgia Historical Society shines a light on the seafaring history of this coastal barrier island.


    4201 1st St.
    St. Simons Island, GA 31522


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    Midway Museum


    Midway, GA

    The Midway Museum is the home to a prodigious collection of heirloom furnishing, paintings, artifacts and historical documents as well as genealogical books of reference that many prominent families and their ancestors donated from the 1750s to the 1870s.


    491 N. Coastal Hwy.
    Midway, GA 31320

    912-884-5837


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    Mighty 8th Museum


    Pooler, GA

    Preserving for all Americans the stories of courage, character and patriotism displayed by the men and women of the Eighth Air Force from World War II to the present.


    175 Bourne Ave.
    Pooler, GA 31322

    912-748-8888


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    Oatland Island Wildlife Center of Savannah


    Savannah, GA

    Explore acres of natural beauty and get face to face with fascinating native wildlife! The center features 175 acres of coastal habitat with a nature trail and live animal exhibits.


    711 Sandtown Rd.
    Savannah, GA 31410

    912-395-1500


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    Okefenokee Adventures


    Folkston, GA

    Visitor Services provider inside main entrance to Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge 7 mile south of Folkston, GA. Guided-interpretive tours, canoe/kayak/bike rentals. Café & gift shop.


    4159 Suwanee Canal Rd.
    Folkston, GA 31537

    912-496-7156


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    Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge


    Folkston, GA

    Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge offers something for everyone. Boating, birdwatching, hiking, cultural and natural history abound. There are many ways to visit the Okefenokee, so plan to spend a day or more exploring one of Georgia's Seven Natural Wonders.



    Folkston, GA 31537

    912-496-7836


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    Okefenokee Sporting Clays


    Folkston, GA

    Enjoy shotgun shooting on this lakeside course, skeet shooting area offered and clubhouse, certified shooting instructor available. Open Saturday and Sunday. Other times available with reservations.


    241 Swamp Perimeter Rd.
    Folkston, GA 31537

    912-496-2417


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    Okefenokee Swamp Park


    Waycross, GA

    The northern entrance to the ?Land of the Trembling Earth" allows you to explore by guided boat, walking and railroad tour. Get a bird's-eye view by climbing a 90-ft. observation tower.


    U.S. 1 South
    Waycross, GA 31503

    912-283-0583


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    Old Savannah Tours


    Savannah, GA

    Come join us for a fun and entertaining interactive experience with some of Savannah's most historic and interesting "characters." You may meet Savannah founder, General James Oglethorpe, the "Countess" of Savannah Julia Scarborough, famous Savannah architect William Jay, or a host of other prominent and notable Savannah citizens.


    250 Martin King Luther Jr. Blvd.
    Savannah, GA 31401

    800-517-9007


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    Old Town Trolley Tours of Savannah, Inc.


    Savannah, GA

    Savannah's original ON/OFF historic tour. 100% Money Back Guarantee. The only tour company endorsed by Historic Savannah Foundation. Environmentally friendly! Ask about Ghosts & GravestonesSM and The Paula Deen Tour.


    234 Martin Luther King Jr., Blvd.
    Savannah, GA 31401

    912-233-0083


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    Orange Hall House Museum


    St. Marys, GA

    This Antebellum mansion, Circa 1830-38, is open for tours daily. View three floors housing an Austrian and a Tiffany crystal chandelier, an elegant staircase, and unique antiques.


    311 Osborne St.
    St. Marys, GA 31558

    912-882-4000


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    Owens-Thomas House, Slave quarters, and Garden Tours


    Savannah, GA

    Every 15 min.; last tour leaves at 4:30pm
    The Owens-Thomas House offers a glimpse into the vibrant city of Savannah in the early 19th century. Come for a tour of the house, garden, and carriage house, which includes urban slave quarters, to step back into the stories of the historic occupants of our city.


    124 Abercorn St.
    Savannah, GA 31401

    912-790-8889


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    Pooler Station Shopping Center


    Pooler, GA

    With 15 different flavors of chicken salad that are homemade every day, we offer an edgy twist on a southern classic! With each flavor named after special people, come see why everyone is talking about these names and acting so crazy about it!


    155 Traders Way, Ste. 300
    Pooler, GA 31322

    912-348-3389


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    Sapelo Island Visitor's Center


    Darien, GA

    Reservations are required for van tours of Sapelo Island, which include the lighthouse, beach and historic Reynolds Mansion. The Sapelo Island Visitors Center is located at the mainland ferry dock in Meridian, and serves as a key distribution point for information about coastal ecosystems links to research and monitoring, educational opportunities, and tourism activities such as public and group tours. Interpretive exhibits at the Center highlight Sapelo Island's rich cultural history.


    1766 Landing Rd. SE
    Darien, GA 31305

    912-437-3224


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    Sapelo Island Visitors' Center


    Darien, GA

    Human settlement of Sapelo Island dates back 4,500 years. Early colonists grew crops on the island, and slave descendants still live in the Hog Hammock community. The Sapelo Island Visitors Center is located at the mainland ferry dock in Meridian, and serves as a key distribution point for information about coastal ecosystems links to research and monitoring, educational opportunities, and tourism activities such as public and group tours. Interpretive exhibits at the Center highlight Sapelo Island's rich cultural history.


    1766 Landing Rd. SE
    Darien, GA 31305

    912-437-3224


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    Savannah Coastal Refuges Complex


    Hardeeville, SC

    Savannah NWR is a 29,175-acre refuge located in Effingham and Chatham Counties, GA and Jasper County, SC. There are two primary public use areas of the refuge that visitors can drive to: the Visitor Center on U.S. Hwy 17, approximately 7 miles north of downtown Savannah and 7 miles south of Hardeeville, SC, and the Laurel Hill Wildlife Drive on GA-25/SC-170, approximately one mile east of Port Wentworth, GA.


    694 Beech Hill Ln.
    Hardeeville, SC 29927

    843-784-2468


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    Savannah Coffee Roasters


    Savannah, GA

    See where the coffee roasting takes place when you stop in for a bite at this caf? with locally produced food. Check out the website for special events such as murder mystery dinners, high teas, science talks and live music.


    215 W. Liberty St.
    Savannah, GA 31401

    912-352-2994


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    Savannah Riverboat Cruises


    Savannah, GA

    Enjoy refreshing river breezes on our new harbor sightseeing tour, savor rich flavors of the South during our new harbor luncheon cruise, relish in a Southern brunch tradition and engage in cultural entertainment, experience fun filled dinners, romantic sunsets and magical moonlight cruises!


    9 E. River St.
    Savannah, GA 31412

    912-232-6404


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    Sea Palms Resort and Conference Center


    St. Simons, GA

    Uniquely situated along the salt marshes of St Simons, we invite you to enjoy 27 holes of championship golf and tennis amenities, along with the talents of our award-winning culinary team.


    515 N. Windward Dr.
    St. Simons, GA 31522

    912-638-3351


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    Skidaway Island State Park


    Savannah, GA

    Skidaway Island State Park rents bicycles and Street Striders to explore paved and natural trails. Six miles of trails throughout the park go through maritime forest, salt marsh, boardwalks and an observation tower. The park is part of the Colonial Coast Birding Trail. Camping and cabins available.


    52 Diamond Causeway
    Savannah, GA 31411

    912-598-2300


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    Skipper's Fish Camp


    Darien, GA

    The local shrimp fleet docks right at our backdoor and provides us with an abundant supply of fresh locally caught Sweet Georgia Shrimp. We take pride in using only the freshest ingredients when bringing our servings to the table. Whether you order a plate of our Wild Georgia Shrimp or our 16-plus hour smoked BBQ, you will taste our coastal Georgia flavor. We invite you to try all our dishes from our appetizer gator bites to our mouth-watering peach cobbler.


    85 Screven St.
    Darien, GA 31305

    912-437-3474 (FISH)


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    St. Marys Submarine Museum


    St. Marys, GA

    Explore the life of a submariner. View a deep-sea diving suit, uniforms, models, and naval memorabilia. Explore the St. Marys River through a working periscope! Open Tuesday-Sunday.


    102 W. St. Marys St.
    St. Marys, GA 31558

    912-882-2782


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    St. Simons Lighthouse Museum


    St. Simons Island, GA

    Offering the St. Simons Island Lighthouse Museum and A.W. Jones Heritage Center, along with the Historic Coast Guard Station at East Beach, the Coastal Georgia Historical Society shines a light on the seafaring history of this coastal barrier island.


    610 Beachview Dr.
    St. Simons Island, GA 31522

    912-638-4666


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    Sugar Marsh Cottage


    Darien, GA

    This is a small batch chocolatier with mouth-watering, coastal-themed candies. Beautifully decorated and delicious, these delicacies make a wonderful souvenir for family and friends.


    300 Franklin St.
    Darien, GA 31305

    912-268-2522


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    Tanger Outlets, Savannah


    Pooler, GA

    At Tanger, we're committed to bringing you the ultimate shopping experience. And, thanks to our partnerships with leading fashion industry experts, we can bring you up-to-date fashion reporting on the latest trends.


    200 Tanger Outlet Blvd., Ste. 400
    Pooler, GA 31322

    912-348-3125


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    Telfair Academy- Mansion to Museum Tours


    Savannah, GA

    10am, 12pm, 2pm, 4pm
    Learn about the incredible story of the transformation of the Telfair family mansion into the oldest public art museum in the South, which opened its doors in 1886.


    121 Barnard St.
    Savannah, GA 31401

    912-790-8871


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    Telfair Museums / Jepson Center


    Savannah, GA

    Visitors to the Jepson Center will enjoy contemporary art and world-class traveling exhibitions from classical European masters to daring emerging artists. Featuring a hands-on children’s museum space, daily drop-in studio activities for all ages, special events, the Jepson Café, and unique shopping, the Jepson Center is also home to the Bird Girl statue made famous by the book Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.


    207 W York St.
    Savannah, GA 31401

    912-790-8800


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    Telfair Museums / Owens-Thomas House


    Savannah, GA

    A National Historic Landmark, the Owens-Thomas House tells the story of antebellum life in Savannah, taking visitors on a tour of a prominent southern home and one of the oldest intact urban slave quarters in the South. Designed by British architectural prodigy William Jay, the museum highlights one of the finest examples of English Regency architecture in the country—including period furnishings, a unique indoor bridge, a beautiful parterre garden, and plumbing technology ahead of its time


    124 Abercorn St.
    Savannah, GA 31401

    912-790-8889


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    Telfair Museums / Telfair Academy


    Savannah, GA

    The Telfair Academy is the oldest art museum in the South and the first art museum in America founded by a woman. The Telfair Academy presents a celebrated collection of fine art, decorative art, and period rooms, displayed within the stunning architectural setting designed by European architects William Jay and Detlef Lienau. Highlights include masterworks of American Impressionism and the Ashcan school by artists such as Childe Hassam, George Bellows, and Robert Henri.


    121 Barnard St.
    Savannah, GA 31401

    912-790-8871


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    The King and Prince Beach & Golf Resort


    St. Simons Island, GA

    Experience nature's tropical beauty, rich history, and modern amenities at The King and Prince Beach & Golf Resort with a variety of accommodations, oceanfront dining, golf, massage, and more.


    201 Arnold Rd.
    St. Simons Island, GA 31522

    912-638-3631


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    The Lady & Sons


    Savannah, GA

    Paula, Bobby, and Jamie Deen's original restaurant located at 102 W. Congress St. in beautiful Savannah, Georgia! Sending y'all love and best dishes from our kitchen to yours!


    102 W. Congress St.
    Savannah, GA 31401

    912-233-2600


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    The Salt Table


    Savannah, GA


    Historic Downtown Savannah / 51 Barnard St.
    Savannah, GA 31401

    912-447-0200


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    Three Oaks Farm


    Jekyll Island, GA

    Three Oaks Farm offers horseback riding on the beach, narrated tours of the Jekyll Island historic district in a horse-drawn carriage, full-service and portable petting zoos, spring break, winter and summer camps, group horsemanship classes, wedding carriage rentals and venues, field trips, romantic carriage rides, afterschool programs, pony rides, birthday parties, and history tours. Please allow us to help you enrich your life with our love of horses and history.


    Office Address: 100 Stable Rd.
    Jekyll Island, GA 31527

    912-635-9500


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    Train Museum and Model Train Display


    Folkston, GA

    Visitors can watch trains in the Model Train Room, see a one of a kind radio exhibit spinning four decades. The museum contains railroad artifacts, genuine log books and model office used by dispatchers years ago. Free Admission.


    3795 Main St., in the Old Train Depot
    Folkston, GA 31537

    912-496-2536


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    Village Inn & Pub


    St. Simons, GA

    The inn is nestled under ancient live oak trees, between the parks and the historic oceanfront village. Just blocks for the St. Simons Lighthouse, beach shops and restaurants.


    500 Mallery St.
    St. Simons, GA 31522

    888-635-6111


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    Waterfront Wine and Gourmet


    Darien, GA

    Waterfront Wine & Gourmet offers a wide assortment of West Coast and European Vintage Wines at price points to accommodate any budget. We also stock a variety of domestic and import craft beers. While you are in the store picking out a wine, don't forget to check out our selection of gourmet foods.


    107 Broad St.
    Darien, GA 31305

    912-437-3410


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    Wormsloe Historic Site


    Savannah, GA

    Wormsloe was the home of Noble Jones, who arrived in Georgia with James Oglethorpe in 1733. Its ruins are the oldest standing structure in Georgia, and its Live Oak-lined avenue is the longest in the world (and one of Savannah's most photographed locations). After touring Wormsloe's museum, visitors can explore trails on their own or sign up for daily guided tours to see Georgia's oldest tabby ruins, a reconstructed Colonial Life Area, nature trail and salt marsh.


    7601 Skidaway Rd.
    Savannah, GA 31406

    912-353-3023