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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Take A Savannah Dolphin Watching Cruise!

June 26th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Take a Savannah dolphin cruise with Dolphin Magic!How do you make a two-hour, narrated cruise to see sights like Savannah’s waterfront and Tybee Island Lighthouse even better? Add in dolphins, of course, on a Savannah Dolphin Watching Cruise!

The waters around Savannah contain lots of amazing and beautiful sea life including Atlantic bottlenose dolphins. Dolphin Magic Tours’ guarantees you’ll see dolphins during one of their two-hour, narrated cruises.

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Celebrate a Savannah 4th of July!

June 12th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Celebrate a Savannah 4th of July!There’s always something to do here but – during a Savannah 4th of July? There’s so much going on it can be hard to choose!

Savannah is one of America’s most historic cities and, as such, goes all out on patriotic holidays like Independence Day. There can be an overwhelming number of things going on. While many of the smaller and lesser known attractions are also worthy of attention, there’s a reason why certain events attract more people – here’s our short list of the biggest attractions on a Savannah 4th of July.

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Visit Civil War Savannah

May 30th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Civil War Savannah - Fort JacksonSavannah is steeped in Civil War history with dozens of tours, museums, and other attractions in the city can help to bring many different facets of Civil War Savannah into focus, whether you’re a student or just someone fascinated by history.

Savannah contains hundreds of antebellum houses, churches, warehouses, and other buildings that saw or played a role in Civil War Savannah. Three of Savannah’s historic forts saw occupation by both Confederate and Union forces.

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Enjoy Blues, Jazz & BBQ at the 2nd Annual Savannah Blues Weekend

May 16th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Blues, Jazz & BBQ 2015If you enjoy southern blues, smooth jazz, and sticky, smoky BBQ have we got the deal for you: Savannah’s second annual Blues, Jazz & BBQ, June 5th through the 7th, 2015!

The Savannah Waterfront Association hosts First Friday and Saturday celebrations on Savannah’s historic River Street during the first weekend of each month and, as a salute to the beginning of summer, June’s First Friday and Saturday have been set aside for the 2015 Blues, Jazz & BBQ festival – part of the Savannah Blues Weekend.

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It’s Time For Tybee Island Tour of Homes 2015!

April 25th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

2015 Tybee Island Tour of Homes

The Tybee Island Tour of Homes – Saturday, May 2, 2015 – is one of the region’s most popular home tours, with everything from grand coastal mansions to funky island cottages – a variety that draws guests back to the tour time and again!

The 18th annual Tybee Island Tour of Homes is a chance for you to explore a diverse collection of fascinating contemporary and historic Tybee Island residences. Cozy bungalows, classic cottages, expansive beach houses; the tour will present attendees with a wide range of architectural styles and interior designs from across the island and time. One home on the tour dates all of the way back to 1908!

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