Savannah's Accessibility

Savannah's Forsyth Park Fountain

Savannah's iconic Forsyth Park Fountain has become the most-photographed spot in the city


Welcome to Savannah, Georgia! Known for its historic charm, southern hospitality and picturesque landscapes, Savannah is a city that offers accessibility options for visitors with disabilities. With its cobblestone streets, historic squares, and an enticing riverfront district, Savannah has made efforts to enhance accessibility requirements, including wheelchair ramps, accessible transportation and accommodations. 

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Getting Around Savannah

It's totally possible—and incredibly fascinating—to spend days strolling through the nation's largest Landmark ...

Is Savannah Wheelchair Accessible?

Even though Savannah is a historical city, there are plenty of places disabled people can visit. Many locations will try...

Is Tybee Island Wheelchair Accessible?


Handicap Access on Tybee Island


Accessible Savannah

Visitors may find that many of the area's popular attractions, including Forsyth Park, Historic Landmark District and Tybee Island, Savannah's Beach, offer accessibility features such as paved paths, wheelchair-friendly routes and accessible facilities. The list below is only a snapshot of our accessible experiences, rentals and locations throughout Savannah and Tybee Island. Please reach out directly to our knowledgable Visitor Center staff to help build the perfect itinerary for your upcoming visit!



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