Jun 7

My Girls Trip to Savannah

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  • Day trip to Tybee island + seafood stop
  • Ghost Tours – nighttime bar crawl “Savannah is so beautiful that the dead never truly depart.”
  • Shopping – on Bull Street, Plant District, River Walk
  • Biking the Historic District
  • Trolly Tour
  • Explore City Market Area – lots to see
  • Mural Photo Ops
  • Forsyth Park sightseeing – Visit the cypress trees: Most of Forest Gump was filmed here like the bench and tons of those cypress trees that are hanging low like in the movie.
  • Group activities – like cooking classes, Salacia Salts Create Your Own Body Scrub, etc
  • Spa day or pool day



  • Collins Quarter
  • The Olde Pink House – a must
  • Good Times Jazz Bar & Restaurant – Sunday Gospel Brunch
  • Coffee Shaps everywhere. 


  • The Vault 
  • Savannah Tequila Company
  • Sorry Charlie’s – Seafood


  • Public Kitchen
  • Savannah Seafood shack
  • Husk
  • Cotton and Rye
  • Common Thread 
  • The Grey (even if just for cocktails)
  • St. Neo’s Brasserie

Rooftop Bars

  • Peregrin Hotel Bar – this is a MUST at the Perry Hotel
  • Treylor Park
  • TheOrdinary Park
  • The Grove
  • Myrtle & Rose Rooftop Garden at the JW Marriott. Its gorgeous. 

Music + Nightlife

  • Savannah Smiles Dueling Pianos
  • All the live bars


Savannah Smiles Dueling Pianos
All the live bars


  • Cocktails: Artillery — beautiful bar and amazing specialty cocktails
  • Late night drinks: Savoy Society… the vibe here is SO fun! It’s kind of a local spot so you can hopefully avoid all the bachelorette parties 😅 It’s a popular spot for SCAD students so the average age is pretty young but not in an off-putting way! It’s a blast and has great music.


  • Dinner (specifically Oysters!): Husk — it’s a super cool, old house that was renovated into a restaurant. We really liked the ambiance & decor of the upstairs bar. It’s beautiful!
  • Brunch: It’s super touristy but Collins Quarter in Forsyth Park really does live up to the hype. The food and Bloody Mary’s are delish. Husk also has a really good brunch!


  • Savannah BikeIt’s: Not sure if you’ll have time/interest for a guided tour (if you do, I totally recommend it because it’s definitely the best way to learn about the city and the history and see the entire Historic District in one swoop) but we really liked Savannah BikeIt’s a chill and easy ride on a beach cruiser and our tour guide was great! https://www.savannahbiketours.com/


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