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What To Do In Savannah Visit Savannah, Georgia

 

Vince and I decided to visit Savannah, Georgia for a babymoon before welcoming our 2nd baby girl into the family. It was an amazing trip with so much to do, eat, and see. This would be a great long weekend trip for any occasion, but it felt special going just the two of us. We absolutely loved our time there! Below are a few of my favorites from our Savannah trip.

 

Places to go:

Tybee Island, Hop on and off tour bus, Paris Market cafe counter, Walk Broughton Street, City market & Ellis Square (all next to each other)

Perry Lane Area-Places that are next to each other:

Chippewa Square (Forrest Gump Square) – Next to Perry lane, The Collins Quarter, Cathedral of St John the Baptist, Ghost tours

 

Image from Savannah, Georgia

SAVANNAH TO DO AND SEE:

Star land district art galleries (also lots of shops, restaurants, etc here) including “back in the day bakery,” SCAD art museum

SHOPPING

Red Clover – this is my favorite boutique, Harper– my second favorite boutique, Terra Cotta– my third favorite boutique, and Copper Penny- my 4th favorite boutique. They are all so cute, it’s hard to rank them. This might be helpful if your time is limited, though!

 

COFFEE/BREAKFAST

Foxy Loxy and The Coffee Fox (same owners, but unique atmosphere and menus),  Sentient Bean– vegetarian restaurant and coffee (at Forsyth)

DRINKS

The Perch– rooftop bar (above local11ten), Alley Cat LoungeCohen’s Retreat is out of the way from downtown but good, Cotton & Rye

*We also heard great things about Savoy Society and Common Thread. 

 

We didn’t get to do these, but heard they’re awesome. On our list to see the next time we go to Savannah:

Bonaventure cemetery, Moon river district – 20 mins south of Savannah – Wormsloe state historic site (mossy treelike), and Hilton Head isn’t a far drive!

 

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