Day Trips - Savannah, GA
Just a short ride from Hilton Head, South Carolina is the Hostess City of the South, Savannah, Georgia. Rich in history, cuisine, culture and extraordinary architecture, Savannah is well worth the trip.
Upon arriving, head to City Market — a lively pedestrian mall lined with outdoor cafes, art galleries and watering holes. Catch a trolley tour to learn about Savannah's rich history. Tour Juliette Gordon Low's house, founder of the Girl Scouts of America or Mercer House, once owned by world-famous composer and Savannah son, Johnny Mercer.
After your tour, drop by Lady & Son's to sample chef Paula Deen's world-famous Southern comfort food from hoe cakes and macaroni and cheese to fried okra and black eye peas.
After lunch, discover one of the many art galleries that feature student and alumni work from Savannah College of Art and Design which has been instrumental in transforming many of the historic buildings around downtown Savannah.
At night, check out the hustle and bustle of River Street for dinner, drinks, live music, dancing and more.