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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    Chicken Salad Chick - Savannah


    Savannah, GA


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

    912-200-5286


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    Family Fun

    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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    Family Fun

    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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    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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    Arts & Culture

    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 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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    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