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Things To See & Do in The Hostess City

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    2019 Taste of Savannah

    There’s no better way to discover the wonders of Savannah than diving into its amazing culinary scene at the Taste of Savannah. 

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    Halloween Fun in Beautiful Savannah

    Autumn is the perfect time to visit the beautiful city of Savannah. Think fall leaves, a crisp breeze, and all things spooky. From ghost tours to festivals, there’s so many ways to celebrate the month of Halloween. 

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    Listen to Free Live Music at JazzFest!

    JazzFest is back for its thirty-eighth year and better than ever! Join our celebration of music, culture, and Savannah heritage from Sunday, September 22nd to 28th. Watch and listen to how jazz takes over our city in a cacophony of artistic wonder with every genre from traditional Dixieland, to swing, to smokey after-hours blues, to contemporary bop.

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    Get Coastal on Tybee Island

    Tybee Island is a small barrier island located about eighteen miles from the center of Savannah. Famous for two hundred years of mysterious military missions, stunning bygone-area scenery, and historic sites, Tybee Island reigns today as one of the most frequently visited spots for the Savannah traveler. 

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    Join the Celebration on River Street

    Savannah sure loves a good party, and there’s no better reason to celebrate than the birth of our nation. While you enjoy our city, be sure to stop by gorgeous and historic River Street over Independence Day.

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    Take A Walk Down Jones Street

    If you’re looking for the Savannah that first captured your heart and imagination in the travel books and Instagram pages, look no further than Jones Street, long hailed as the most beautiful city street in America.

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    What You Didn’t Know About Telfair Academy

    In 1819, Willam Jay (one of the first professionally-trained architects to work in the United States) was contracted by the son of Georgia's first governor to design a private home for the Telfair family.

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    Exploring the Mercer House

    Just down Bull Street, not far from our hotel, you’ll find a mysterious and decadent reminder of the bygone days of “Old Savannah” in the Mercer-Williams House Museum.

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    Date Night in Savannah

    Love drifts through the air in America’s “Hostess City of the South” this Valentine’s Day season, bringing more unique events and activities than ever for couples to experience in Savannah.

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    A Southern Winter: Fun at Forsyth Park

    January is a fine month to visit the Hostess City of the South. The weather is warm and inviting with a break in the humidity and a cool breeze wafting over the riverfront.

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