January 29 - February 7 Return to America's most beloved decade of music when every song on the radio was a hit. The band is rockin' and the cast is twistin' the night away with over 50 of your favorite rock and roll classics. Wednesdays, Fridays, Sundays, and a Saturday matinee.. Call the box office for show times. "A must-see while in Savannah" says TripAdvisor.com. Historic Map #7.
The 19th Century Italianate house constructed for Andrew Low in 1848-49 was designed by John Norris. The site interprets the life of Andrew Low and his family, including his daughter-in-law Juliette Gordon Low. The house contains one of the South's finest collections of furnishings and decorative arts assembled by the National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in the state of GA. Historic Map #16.
Housed in a historic 1850's cotton warehouse, with a front row to River Street's historic cobblestones, Fiddlers Seafood offers a full menu for lunch and dinner and a full service bar. With signature crab cakes, shell fish platters, hand-shucked oysters, a wide variety of steamed and fried seafood and the all new raw bar, they are devoted to delighting seafood lover in you. Historic map A-6.
Hofwyl-Broadfoeld Plantation was owned by the same family from 1806 to 1973. Hourly tours of the ante-bellum era plantation house, fully furnished with family owned antiques dating to the 1750's. There are seven original plantation out-buildings, tabby ruins of a rice mill, camellia gardens, hundreds of century's old Live Oak trees, trails, a museum featuring the family's silver collection and exhibits on low-country rice production. Located one hour south of Savannah.
A breathtaking avenue sheltered by live oaks and Spanish moss leads to the tabby ruins of the colonial estate of Noble Jones, who arrived in GA in 1733 with the first settlers from England. Wormsloe's tabby ruin is the oldest standing structure in Savannah. Visitors interact with costumed interpreters, view a museum with artifacts found on the grounds, or walk the nature trails along the marsh.
Built in 1856, Massie School was Georgia's first public school and operated until 1974. Today, it serves as a museum with a variety of exhibits devoted to Georgia’s local & state history. The center is a great place for visitors to learn about Savannah’s unique historic district, architecture, & historic preservation. Additional exhibits include information about Georgia’s Native Americans, & a replica 19th century classroom with interpretation about education during that era. Historic Map #35.
Old City Helicopter, it's not just a tour but an experience you will never forget. Come take the ride of your life aboard a helicopter for a magic carpet ride over Savannah, taking in the breathtaking scenery. Float effortlessly as you enjoy bird's eye views of Georgia's oldest city. Reservations available or walk-ins welcome. Tours starting at $39.
All of Del Sol's products change color in the sun! This creates the most unique and interactive shopping experience in Savannah. Everything from t-shirts, sunglasses, board shorts, jewelry, hair accessories, sandals, toys and nail polish will change color when exposed to the sunlight! These products make unique gifts for all ages. Brighten your trip- visit Del Sol and add a little sunshine to your life! Historic Map B-8.