Countdown To A Savannah New Year’s Eve

November 23rd, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Savannah New Year’s EveThinking of enjoying a Savannah New Year’s Eve getaway? Great idea! There are many great ways to celebrate here in one of America’s most historic cities.

Savannah, Hostess City of the South, has some of the best New Year’s Eve events planned – more than we can possibly list here – so we’ve put together a short list of some of the better options for celebrating a Savannah New Year’s Eve and ringing in 2016!

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Experience the Savannah Harbor Holiday Series 2015

November 14th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Savannah Harbor Holiday Series 2015Looking for a way to get into the holiday spirit during your Savannah getaway? The Savannah Harbor Holiday Series, Nov 28 to Dec 25, is guaranteed to do just that, with thousands of twinkling lights, nightly bonfires, holiday treats, and special events every weekend!

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Plan Your Savannah Holiday Getaway, Now!

October 30th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Savannah Holiday GetawayThere’s always something exciting to do or see in Savannah but, once the end of the year rolls around, the city really shines. Plan your Savannah holiday getaway now and see the city at its prettiest!

If you’ve never enjoyed a Savannah Christmas or New Year’s Eve, you’re in for quite the treat. Everywhere you look there are bright decorations. Every where you go, good holiday spirit. There’s so much to do, the city is like an advent calendar of events celebrating the season.

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Davenport House Museum – “Stranger Than Fiction!”

October 9th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Davenport House Museum – "Stranger Than Fiction" Halloween 2015Savannah’s Davenport House Museum is always a great place to visit but, as Halloween approaches, it becomes even more enticing as strange tales from Savannah’s rich history bubble to the surface. Relive 19th century mysteries at The Davenport House Museum’s “Stranger Than Fiction!”

The Isaiah Davenport House Museum is one of Savannah’s portals to the past: a historic building restored to its 1820’s glory for the sake of preservation as well as education.

Initially constructed around 1820, the Davenport House was originally the home of Savannah artisan Isaiah Davenport and his family. Later it was a boarding house, and even later still, a neglected building in need of either demolition or restoration. Luckily a group of concerned citizens formed the Historic Savannah Foundation with an eye on saving the Davenport House as it’s first project and the rest is … a very special history museum!

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Savannah Folk Music Festival 2015

September 25th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Savannah Folk Music Festival 2015The 26th Annual Savannah Folk Music Festival is back and celebrating all things folk, Friday, October 9th through Sunday, October 11th, 2015!

Folk music is an important part of America’s social, historical, and cultural fabric and the Savannah Folk Music Festival celebrates this living and lively with a series of events and concerts featuring some of the country’s best folk musicians. After a quarter century, Savannah FolkFest has become not just an event but a tradition, drawing nationally and regionally recognized folk superstars, as well as attendees from around the country!

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34th Annual Savannah Jazz Festival

September 4th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Savannah Jazz Festival 2015The 34th annual Savannah Jazz Festival brings some of the best international and local jazz talent to one of America’s most historic and visited cities, September 20th through the 27th, 2015.

A free, week-long celebration of America’s most popular and enduring export, jazz, the 2015 Savannah Jazz Festival will present the art form in all its various guises – from Dixieland to traditional swing, from smooth to bop, and more – on numerous Savannah stages via some of the world’s best players.

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Enjoy a Savannah Trolley Tour!

August 26th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Take a Savannah Trolley Tour!Savannah is Georgia’s oldest city, with a seemingly endless list of historical attractions to see. Visit them in appropriate style on a Savannah trolley tour!

Savannah’s history is a long and fascinating one and the city is blessed with countless reminders of its storied past in the form of historic sites, parks, memorials, homes, and innumerable examples of various types of classic architecture.

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Art On Tap – The Jepson Unplugged

August 14th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Art on Tap at the Jepson CenterCome enjoy Savannah’s Jepson Center like you’ve never seen it, on the evening of September 18th, when it is transformed into a coffeehouse for Art On Tap – The Jepson Unplugged!

Just like there’s always something happening in Savannah, there’s always something worth seeing at the Telfair Museum’s Jepson Center – but you don’t always expect to find craft beer, wine, and delicious food at a contemporary art museum!

The Jepson Center’s popular Art On Tap series, held the third Thursday of every month, changes all that by mingling hand-crafted beers and wines with art in a Savannah-style happy hour – and you’re invited!

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Explore Savannah’s Tricentennial Park

July 27th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Savannah's Tricentennial ParkTricentennial Park in Savannah, Georgia is home to three museums that bring this storied city’s past and present to life: The Savannah History Museum & Battlefield Memorial Park, the Georgia State Railroad Museum, and the Savannah Children’s Museum.

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See Six Sides of Savannah with Savvy Savannah Tours!

July 18th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

See Six Sides of Savannah with Savvy Savannah ToursSavannah, Georgia has both a rich history and a vital present with lots to do, see, and experience. Getting to it all is a daunting task – so why not enlist some experts like Savvy Savannah Tours?

Savvy Savannah Tours offers six different tours exploring six different aspects of Savannah, from the spiritual to the spectral, from the edible to the entertaining, and more.

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