Things to Do in Georgia
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Opened in 1818, the Savannah Theatre is the country's oldest continually operating theater. It has hosted some of the world's most famous performers, including Oscar...
Are y'all believers?" the guide asks at the beginning of the ghost trolley tour. "Because I need to tell y'all upfront. I believe in ghosts. ...
Bottlenosed dolphins abound in the Georgia waters, and they're so friendly they may even swim right up to Captain Mike's bright yellow canvas-roof boat. These tours, which leave from...
The Jepson Center is an airy, spacious, utterly cool contemporary art museum. Even better, inside the museum are two floors devoted wholly to kids but so interesting and unique that...
Tybee Island, which has expansive stretches of beautiful beaches, is about a 20-minute drive from Savannah. The beach at the 15th Street pier is especially nice for kids because...
If you only have time to do one thing when you're here, go to the Botanical Garden. There's a separate children's garden with interactive educational activities (learn about the lifecycle...
A covered, open-air market filled with dozens of stalls, the River Street Marketplace is where to go for Savannah memorabilia. Here you'll find Irish music and Celtic jewelry (made...
There is an unexpectedly rich collection of art in the Telfair Art Museum, and many of the pictures will impress your children. Walk through the high-ceilinged museum slowly in...
There's plenty of wow factor here for any kid fascinated by ocean life. MECA showcases sea creatures and habitats native to the Georgia coast. On...
Science & Nature Museum
This 90-minute walking tour for kids makes learning about Savannah fun. They'll look for animals disguised in the historic architecture (they're all over) and follow the instructions of a...