If you're visiting Savannah you're almost certainly looking for things to do. Luckily for you, Savannah has numerous opportunities for you to get out and explore. Whether you're looking for a tour, or just some sites to visit, Savannah has something for everyone.
The Andrew Low House is one of Savannah, Georgia’s most treasured historical landmarks. The current museum was once the residence of the Low Family, whose patriarch, Andrew Low II, went from being a humble worker to becoming the richest man in the city.
The home is a beautiful reminder of the past, encompassing the hardships and the successes that formed the adventurous life of Andrew Low. Holding within its many chambers the secrets and memories of a lifetime.Read more about the Andrew Low House
Just a few miles east of Savannah’s historic district, sits 160 acres of one of America’s most hauntingly beautiful cemeteries, Bonaventure Cemetery, a stunning example of a Southern Victorian Cemetery.Read more about Bonaventure Cemetery
The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist is one of the most awe-inspiring buildings in all of historic Savannah Georgia. It is also one of the most popular tourist attractions in all of Savannah.
It is a beautiful French Gothic cathedral, certainly one of the most amazing cathedrals in the south. It is the Mother Church for the Roman Catholic Diocese in Savannah.Read more about The Cathderal of St. John the Baptist
While exploring the Historic District of Savannah, Georgia you will most likely end up visiting Colonial Park Cemetery.
Today, the Cemetery is a striking feature in the Historic District with tall wrought iron fences surrounding hundreds of gravestones, but over 10,000 graves.Read more about Colonial Park Cemetery
Built 1820, this Federal-style home was designed by Isaiah Davenport. The Davenport House was the first project of the Historic Savannah Foundation, launching Savannah’s historic preservation movement.
You can find the Davenport House at 324 East State Street where it functions as a historic house museum.Read more about the Davenport House
The First African Baptist Church has a long and storied history in Savannah, Georgia. It is thought to be the oldest African-American Congregation in the United States.
The building which houses the Church was finished in 1859, almost 100 years after the land was obtained for the church.Read more about the First African Baptist Church
Forsyth Park is the largest park in the historic district of Savannah, Georgia. The beauty and peacefulness of Forsyth Park are appreciated by all who visit it - which is why this is a favorite spot in Savannah for proposals and weddings.
Forsyth Park covers 30 acres of land just south of Gaston Street and north of Park Avenue. The east border of Forsyth Park is Drayton Street and on the west is Whitaker.Read more about Forsyth Park
Often referred to as one of the most beautiful homes in the city, the large estate is brimming with old-world luxury and charm. Today, this palatial residence is visited by tourists from all over the world who seek to indulge in the antique opulence of the South.Read more about the Greene-Meldrim House
A few miles from Savannah, Georgia’s Historic District stands the untapped Laurel Grove Cemetery. Named after the plethora of laurel oak trees that once covered the area, the historic graveyard stands out with its unique, old-fashioned charm.Read more about Laurel Grove Cemetery
The Lucas Theatre, on Abercorn Street in Historic Savannah, is one of Savannah’s iconic landmarks. Known for its well lit marquee, the Lucas Theatre attracts the attention of many visitors to the Historic District of Savannah.Read more about the Lucas Theatre
Visit Savannah's Monterey Square, and you can't help but notice the stunning home resting just across the way at 429 Bull Street, the Mercer Williams House. It's grandeur, and sophisticated elegance will take you back in time. And when you look past the scandal and rumors that have surrounded the home for decades, you will see the amazing architecture and stunning details, as well as the fascinating history.Read more about the Mercer-Williams House
The regal Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters is arguably the most popular tourist attraction in Savannah, Georgia. The National Historical Landmark sits on the north-east side of Oglethorpe Square, emanating quintessential appeal. An inclination toward admiring the home's splendor is inevitable.Read more about the Owens-Thomas House and Slave Quarters
Looking to learn about the City of Savannah? Take a stroll down River Street! This iconic waterfront features over seventy shops and twenty-one restaurants, making it a hotspot for sightseers. Yet this historic roadway once drove much of Savannah’s commerce. Savannah’s Cotton Industry, for example, relied upon River Street for the import and export of material.Read more about River Street
When visiting Savannah, it is almost inevitable that you'll end up visiting a few of Savannah's Squares, even while just walking around. However, we encourage you to visit as many of the Squares as you can. Each one is unique, full of history, and has a charm all of their own.Read more about the Squares in Savannah
Sitting on Chippewa Square is the Historic Savannah Theatre, the oldest continually operating theatre in America.Read more about the Savannah Theatre
The Telfair Museum, in Savannah, is one of the prime tourist hotspots. If you're looking for amazing architecture with an art museum to go with it, the Telfair Museum should be on your list of things to do in SavannahRead more about the Telfair Museum
With more than 40 different tour companies, Savannah has something for everyone! You can find Cemetery Tours, History Tours, Food Tours, Trolley Tours, and much more!
Certainly the most popular Cemetery in Savannah, Bonaventure Cemetery offers many different options when it comes to touring.
The most popular tours of Bonaventure Cemetery are walking tours. Here at Gallivanter we offer our own unique take on Bonaventure Cemetery.Our Bonaventure Cemetery Tour
There are few cities in the American South with more history than Savannah. The secrets which our Historic District holds will peek the interest of any visitor, not just history buffs.
The Stories of Old Savannah Tour will take you on a journey back in time, uncovering the historic events and people which made Savannah the city it is today.Our Savannah History Tour
As you're exploring the Historic District of Savannah one thing that will surely stand out are the number of historic churches in Savannah.
Gallivanter offers the only tour in Savannah which is exclusively about the Historic Churches. This popular tour will take you to some of the most significant churches in the South.Our Savannah Historic Church Tour
The oldest cemetery in Savannah, Colonial Park Cemetery is rich in history waiting to be discovered by you!
While many people visit Colonial Park Cemetery, you're not going to get the full understanding of the importance of this cemetery unless you're on a tour. We're proud to offer the best tours of Colonial Park Cemetery.Our Colonial Park Cemetery Tour
The Hostess City of the South has a lot to offer. From vibrant history to innovative cuisine. As a tourist it can be difficult to see and experience it all.
A Cocktail Tour, Food Tour or Pub Crawl is the best way to indulge while sightseeing in Savannah.Savannah Cocktails Tours and Pub Crawls
Gallivanter offers the largest variety of top-rated tours in Savannah, Georgia. Click through to learn about the exciting tours which await you on your next trip to Savannah.View our tours in Savannah