Historic Savannah TheatreAttractions » Theaters, Shows & Events222 Bull Street, 31401View siteSavannah Georgia is located on the Atlantic Ocean. Savannah Georgia is known for its beautiful scenery. Savannah is known for its artistic approach and events that are ideal for the artist at home. One of the most significant theater is the Historic Savannah Theater located at 222 Bull Street Savannah, GA. The theater first opened its doors on December 4th, 1818. The theater was restored in 2002, and remains a beautiful built structure. The theater opens Sunday, Monday, Tuesday from 10am to 4pm, and Wed, Thurs, Fri, Sat from 10am to 8pm. The cost for admission for adults is $35, and the admission for youth 17 years old and under is $16. If you are a theater at heart season tickets are available for $50. The Savannah Morning News runs features on the shows and how successful the theater continues to be. The Historic Savannah Theater is a delight for anyone that enjoys a great show.
6th Sense World / Sixth Sense Savannah Ghost ToursTours » Educational Sites & Libraries404 Abercorn Street, 31401View site6th Sense World is located in Americaï¿½s Most Haunted City, Savannah, GA, USA. This is the place to go if you are interested in paranormal experiences ranging from voodoo rituals to exorcisms. Learn about the missing cemeteries, poltergeist, and disembodied spirit forms. The spirits of the dead are still trapped and living in Savannah, GA. 6th Sense World offers various two hour walking tours throughout the city that promise to be a chilling and thrilling experience of a lifetime. You will enter times from the pre-colonial era to the present. There are various times for the tours. No walk-ins allowed, only receive entrance by advance reservations; twenty-four advance notice of cancellation required for refund. Individual ticket costs range from $15.00 to $30.00 depending on age, time of day of tour and which tour you choose. The 9:30 p.m. and later tours are only for eighteen years and older. Check out what happens on the midnight tour?
Cathedral of St. John the BaptistAttractions » Educational Sites & Libraries222 East Harris Street, 31401The Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist is the Mother Church of a large diocese in Savannah, Georgia of the United States. Before the American Revolution, Georgia was under English rule. Fearing Catholic loyalties with the Spanish holding Florida just to the south of Savannah, the English banned Catholics from settling in the city. After the Revolution, Catholics did settle and more came from Haiti escaping unrest on the island in the 1790s. As the numbers of church members increased, the desire was to build a cathedral. The structure finally began rising in the early 1870s. Workers completed the beautiful building with its spires in the mid-1890s. While a fire did extensive damage in 1898, renovations were completed in 1899. In the more recent year of 2000, restorations have made the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist lovelier than ever. The facility is now open for free self tours.
Historic DistrictAttractions » Parks & NatureMillions of tourist come to Savannah, GA for its beautiful beaches and historic landmarks. There are many new shops located for hours of shopping. There are a lot of tours that Savannah offers, one of the more interesting ones is a tour of the first African Baptist church located on Franklin Square. Then there is the famous River Street located along the port where boats come from around the world. River Street is lined with shops, fine dining, and entertainment that can go through out the night. Forsyth Park Fountain is a beautiful site that a lot of tourists like to visit and take photos, and also the Confederate War Memorial is located there. It will be no surprise if you see a live band playing within Savannah Historic district, and the best part is most of the venues are free to the public. Savannah, Georgia welcomes its tourist with Southern hospitality.
Bonaventure CemeteryAttractions » Parks & Nature330 Bonaventure Road, 31404View siteThe Bonaventure Cemetery is a public cemetery located by the Wilmington River just east of Savannah, Georgia. This cemetery is quite famous due to its feature in the 1194 novel written by John Berendt titled "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil." Just inside the entrance is a large and fine sculpture called "Gaston's Tomb." This 160 acre cemetery was established in the year 1846 and is owned by John Mullyrne who later sold it to Peter Wiltberger in March of 1846. This very well known cemetery has caught the minds of writers, poets and film makers for over a century. It's landscape is partly cathedral with its sculpted gardens. The Bonaventure Cemetery is one of the most scenic tourists attractions in all of Savannah, Georgia.
Forsyth ParkAttractions » Parks & NatureForsyth Park is a very large city park located in Savannah, Georgia. The park occupies thirty acres within this historic district. Bordered by Gaston Street and Park Avenue, Forsyth Park offers walking paths, children's play area, a large fountain, tennis and basketball courts and areas for soccer and Frisbee. Including in the attraction is also a Fragrant Garden for the blind and a cafe. The park originally was created on only ten acres in 1840 but was expanded in 1851. Here you will also find the Confederate Memorial Statue which was donated by the Monroe Country Courthouse. This statue is surrounded by a fence to protect it from being damaged. The park is open to visitors all year round and is a public park.
6th Sense World / Sixth Sense Savannah Ghost ToursAttractions » Other404 Abercorn Street, 31401View site6th Sense World is located in Americaï¿½s Most Haunted City, Savannah, GA, USA. This is the place to go if you are interested in paranormal experiences ranging from voodoo rituals to exorcisms. Learn about the missing cemeteries, poltergeist, and disembodied spirit forms. The spirits of the dead are still trapped and living in Savannah, GA. 6th Sense World offers various two hour walking tours throughout the city that promise to be a chilling and thrilling experience of a lifetime. You will enter times from the pre-colonial era to the present. There are various times for the tours. No walk-ins allowed, only receive entrance by advance reservations; twenty-four advance notice of cancellation required for refund. Individual ticket costs range from $15.00 to $30.00 depending on age, time of day of tour and which tour you choose. The 9:30 p.m. and later tours are only for eighteen years and older. Check out what happens on the midnight tour?
Olde Pink HouseAttractions » Historic Landmarks23 Abercorn StreetS?v?nn?h'? Old? Pink House w?? ?? ??ll?d f?r th? ?ttr??tiv? color of pink which covers it? ?g?d bri?k. Thi? G??rgi?n manor was in?t?ll?d 1789 f?r James H?b?r?h?m Jr., among Savannah's most important very ??rl? cotton ?l?m?nt? ?nd f?unding-f?mil? r?gi?t?r?d m?mb?r?. The gr??t d??l was originally a ?r???rt? ??h?l?r?hi? fr?m th? Briti?h Cr?wn. The building i? a gr??t in?t?n?? ?f colonial architecture, ?nd ?n? ?f min?rit? ?tru?tur?? to ?urviv? th? fir? of 1796. In b?tw??n 1812 ?nd 1865, the Olde Pink House was h?m? to th? Pl?nt?r'? B?nk ?nd First Bank ?f G??rgi?. It lik?wi?? w?rk?d as b??? of operations for Union G?n?r?l Z?bul?n York in 1865. On? ?f the very ??rl? restorations, it is n?w r??id?n?? t? a beautiful dining ??t?bli?hm?nt and ??ll?r ?ub. Th? dining ??t?bli?hm?nt is well r???gniz?d for th?ir ?h?rming dinn?r?.
Savannah College of Art and DesignAttractions » OtherKiah Hall, 227 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, 31402View site
King Tisdell CottageAttractions » Other514 E Huntington St
The Beach InstituteAttractions » Other502 East Harris Street, 31401View site
Wilderness Southeast Eco ToursAttractions » OtherHogan's Marina, 31416View site
"Murder Ahoy!" Mystery Dinner TheatreAttractions » OtherDoubletree by Hilton, 31401View site
Star Castle Family Entertainment CenterAttractions » Other550 Mall Blvd, 31406View site
Lucas Theatre For the ArtsAttractions » Other32 Abercorn Street, 31401
Jeremy Davis and the Fabulous Equinox OrchestraAttractions » Other1 Resort Drive, 31421View site
Savannah Fairy FindAttractions » Other5 E Perry St, 31401View site
Battlefield Park Heritage CenterAttractions » Other300 Martin Luther King Boulevard
Blackbeard Island National Wildlife RefugeAttractions » OtherView site
Muse Arts WarehouseAttractions » Other703 Louisville Road, 31415View site