Visit Savannah and Visit Tybee Island

2024 Savannah and Tybee Island Insider Guide

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Savannah's Neighborhoods HISTORIC ARCHITECTURE, MOSS-DRAPED OAK TREES AND PICTURESQUE STREETS EXUDE SOUTHERN CHARM AT EVERY TURN HISTORIC LANDMARK DISTRICT Bay Street to Gwinnett Street ALSO IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD City Market: Built in 1755, this pedestrian-friendly market now boasts restaurants, galleries, shops and more. 219 W. BRYAN ST. The Olde Pink House: Housed in a 1771 mansion, this restaurant specializes in elegant, Southern-inspired cuisine. 23 ABERCORN ST. 1540 Room: Southern-infused, global-inspired cuisine located inside The DeSoto Savannah, a historic hotel. 15 E. LIBERTY ST. Eliza Thompson House: A refi ned bed and breakfast located on one of Savannah's most iconic streets. 5 W. JONES ST. G E O F F L . J O H N S O N P H O T O G R A P H Y Jones Street The Historic Landmark District is a captivating and meticulously preserved area known for its charming cobblestone streets and well-preserved 18th- and 19th-century architecture. Stretching over 2.5 square miles, the district is bounded by the Savannah River to the north and Forsyth Park to the south with 22 park-like squares in between. It is steeped in history, with iconic landmarks like the Mercer-Williams House Museum and the birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low, founder of the Girl Scouts, making it a must-visit destination for history enthusiasts and tourists alike. 80 FEET = HOW TALL OUR STUNNING LIVE OAK TREES CAN GROW Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters 24 |

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