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Unforgettable! The Salt Table is like no other shop, anywhere. A Savannah original, all of their products are made locally. Two locations where you can SAMPLE hundreds of Salts, Seasonings, Teas, Sugars, Oils, Vinegars, and Popcorn. Featuring only Georgia made food products, Crackers, Cookies, Sauces & Salsa, Coffee, Honey, Grits and more! Both shops feature Georgia wine. Historic Map C/D-4, Area Map A-1
If it is gracious southern hospitality you want, take a leisurely day or evening cruise along the Savannah River. Choose from a daytime Narrated Sightseeing Cruise, Dinner Entertainment Cruise, Daily Luncheon or Sunday Brunch Cruise, Moonlight Party Cruise or a Sunset Cruise. Services are seasonal. Also available for groups, conventions & charters. Historic Map A/B-5.
Joe's Crab Shack is a casual and exciting restaurant that has an incredible river view! Creating a fun and memorable experience that will leave an unforgettable impression as your food comes from all parts of the sea and shore. Mostly known for delicious varieties of crab, guests can choose from buckets of seasonal seafood, fried shrimp platters and fish dishes, as well as steak, sandwiches, and chicken. Dine with them for a great experience!
The oldest public art museum in the South and the first art museum in America founded by a woman. Formerly the Telfair family mansion, the museum opened its doors to the public in 1886 through the bequest of Mary Telfair, creating the foundation for art and cultural education. The Telfair Academy presents a celebrated collection of fine art, decorative art, and period rooms, displayed within the stunning architectural setting designed by European architects. Historic Map #13
Savannah, the sultry gem of the Old South is an experience that will stay with you forever. A walking city beloved for its enchanted squares with moss-draped trees, romantic Savannah always seems to hit a cord in the heartstrings of every visitor.
The one-mile square historic district is like a world unto itself. Take the time to stroll along brick and cobblestone sidewalks that wind past historic houses with secret gardens. Discover fine shops and galleries, awe-inspiring churches, fascinating museums and fabulous restaurants.
Make time for a trip to "Savannah's Beach," Tybee Island. A mere 18 miles from downtown, Tybee has a distinctively laid-back character where dolphins play off the breakers, treasure hunters look for shells and families enjoy miles of white sand beaches.
Being a local myself, I've always felt Savannah coexists well with the new because its residents have a deep respect for its history and culture. The people are a vital part of the experience. The pace is slower than other cities its size, but that is part of the charm. It casts a warm spell on visitors, one that keeps them coming back.
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