Things to Do and Places to Eat

The Savannah Visitor Center is conveniently located adjacent to the conference center at 301 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd. The trolley tours also leave from the parking lot in front of the visitor center.

 

Information about the Savannah Historic District (attractions, architecture, squares), including River StreetCity Market, restaurants, and nightlife:

http://www.savannah.com/

http://www.visitsavannah.com/

http://www.savannahcitymarket.com/

Here is a list of a few of the restaurants near the CGC: restaurants_brochure

Telfair Museums | 3 separate spaces, including the Jepson Center (dedicated to Contemporary Art), Telfair Academy (historic mansion and art collection), and the Owens-Thomas House (historic house museum) | Cost: Adults, $20 (includes admission to all 3 sites); Senior (65+), $18; Military, $18; Student, $15; Children under 12, free

http://www.telfair.org/

Forsyth Park | Savannah’s largest park in the historic district

http://visithistoricsavannah.com/forsyth-park/

Bonaventure Cemeteryhttp://www.bonaventurehistorical.org/

Fort Pulaski National Monument | Historic fort located between Savannah and Tybee Island | Cost: Adults 16 and over, $7; Under 16, free

https://www.nps.gov/fopu/index.htm

Tybee Island | Approximately 15 minutes drive from Savannah, Tybee is the northernmost of Georgia’s barrier islands and includes over 5 miles of sandy beach. Public beach access and parking available next to the pier and the lighthouse.