Experience Savannah's rich Gullah Geechee Heritage with Gail Smith, historical interpreter.
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Cover Some Ground
Explore the natural wonders of coastal Georgia at Skidaway Island State Park, where trails wind through maritime forest and salt marsh, leading to a boardwalk and observation tower. Visitors can observe deer, fiddler crabs, egrets and other kinds of wildlife just 20 minutes from historic downtown. Take a kayak tour through the wetland and bury your toes in the sand of Butterbean Beach.
Look into the Past
The former A.S. Varn & Son Oyster and Crab Factory is now the home of the Pin Point Heritage Museum. Nearby is Wormsloe State Historic Site, the home of carpenter Noble Jones who arrived in Georgia in 1733 with the first group of settlers. Today, visitors can interact with costumed interpreters during programs and events and visit a theater and museum with artifacts unearthed at the site. Nature trails lead past the tabby ruins of the original plantation, Georgia’s oldest remaining structure. A trip across a short bridge to Isle of Hope transports visitors to a coastal village populated with 17th and early 18th century homes.
Stop for a Snack
From Low Country classics to fresh takes on Southern fare, our Moon River restaurants are not to be missed. Head to The Wyld to dine on their coastal cuisine while taking in the warm breezes off their dock. The atmosphere is casual and the food is sure to please any palate.
Savannah Black Heritage & Cultural Experiences
From historic sites and museums to the city's thriving black-owned businesses of today, Savannah's African American culture and rich heritage are important and noteworthy chapters in our city's story.