Visit the Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum

May 17th, 2019 by Corey Edwards

Mighty Eighth Air Force MuseumDiscover the history of America’s “greatest air armada of all time,” United States Eighth Air Force, at the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force.

The United States Eighth Air Force Division was activated in Savannah on January 2nd, 1942, 53 days after the attack on Pearl Harbor. One of its first missions was to stop the German war machine, gain control of Europe’s skies, and pave the way for an Allied land invasion.

The Boeing B-17 “Flying Fortress” was the division’s main tool for this task. The runs were done during daylight hours and against heavy anti-aircraft fire and the deadly fighters of the German Luftwaffe. As you can imagine, the odds were terrible. The 8th suffered an estimated 26,000 combat fatalities in WWII – yet still they flew.

This is just the first chapter in the ongoing saga of the Untied States’ Eighth Air Force. Imagine what more you’ll discover with a visit to the Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum. (more…)

Make the Most of Your Vacation With a Savannah Dolphin Tour

April 20th, 2019 by Corey Edwards

Savannah Dolphin TourTake a cruise in the waters around Savannah’s historic waterfront and see wild dolphins in their natural habitat during a Savannah dolphin tour!

Do you enjoy wildlife and boat cruises? If so, booking a Savannah dolphin tour is an absolute must. Atlantic bottlenose dolphins are extremely common along Georgia’s coast. These fascinating and playful creatures range in size from 6 to 12 feet long and can weigh as much as 800 pounds.

Though these beautiful aquatic mammals can often be spotted from the shore, there is no better way to see them than from the water. (more…)

Tour Savannah’s Historic Bonaventure Cemetery

June 22nd, 2018 by Corey Edwards

tour Savannahs historic Bonaventure CemeteryYou can visit Savannah without seeing Bonaventure Cemetery – but you’ll probably regret it! The cemetery is one of the city’s most iconic and famous features.

Bonaventure Cemetery most recently gained national fame for its part in the book and film, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. In Savannah, however, it is always a star attraction – and with good reason! (more…)

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