With its opulent ancient houses, lush parks with fountains and enormous trees covered in moss, and cobblestone lanes along the coastline, Savannah epitomises the perfect Southern city.
The park's enormous cast-iron fountain is its most noteworthy feature. It was added to the park's north end in 1858 and has remained its 30-acre green space's main attraction ever since.
Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
After a serious fire destroyed the first Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Savannah, it was rebuilt in 1899. The new cathedral's redecoration took more than ten years.
The cemetery is spread across more than 100 acres, and the historic section contains more than 14 acres of graves dating back to 1846.
First African Baptist Church
Since 1859, Savannah's African American community has found refuge and a place to worship at the First African Baptist Church.
Savannah's City Market is a favourite among both locals and visitors because of its wealth of attractions and fun vibe.
Wormsloe Historic Site
You'll find a broad promenade and various trails snaking their way under imposing live oaks covered in moss as you pass through the old gate.
Webb Military Museum
A trip to the Webb Military Museum in Savannah's historic centre will appeal to history buffs. Various military items from all branches and conflicts are on display here.
Squares of Savannah
The lively City Market is just next to Ellis and Franklin Squares, where Ellis has a huge chess set as well as a gorgeous fountain and covered tables.