Helpful Links to City of Savannah Tourist and Visitor Information
The "Day Pass" is recommended for some of our properties that have metered on-street parking. This is a paper which allows all day/night parking at meters without hourly payment and also allows access to city garages. The Day Pass can be purchased at the Visitors Information Center or at Parking Services. For other general parking info including city garage locations, handicap parking resources, differences in the hours enforced for meters based on neighborhood please check this the city parking information site
Maps, etc are available at the Visitors Information Center(s) The main location of the Visitors Information Center, where parking DAYPASS is sold: 301 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd Savannah, GA 31401 (912) 944-0455
This page includes helpful resources for tourists without a car. Transportation to/from the airport as well as to/from Tybee Island is available. Taxis are waiting at the airport and any cab driver may take you back to the airport as well but this link has public transport options that help cut costs.
Amazing new children's museum inside the Railroad Museum complex. A fantastic idea for families.
Wildlife center and hiking trails featuring animals that are native to the low country.
A great destination for families, history buffs, hikers and cyclists. Take a romantic hike to the lighthouse or enjoy the views on the walking trail around the fort. You might even see an alligator!
Looking for healthy options? Or unique locally owned stores? This health food store has been in the same spot for 40 years as of 2018!!! Brighter Day has exclusively organic and/or local unsprayed produce, tons of locally produced products like honey, pasta and bottled tea, and a great selection of natural and organic grocery staples. There is a gluten free section too! Be sure to check out the Deli in the back of the store for organic sandwiches, salads, smoothies and prepared foods that vary daily. They also have a great supplement section and cosmetics aisle with a huge selection of non toxic bubble baths, soaps, lotions and makeup. You will find Brighter Day at the foot of Forsyth Park across from the tennis courts.
The daily run times for free ferry are here. This is the little green boat that goes from River Street to Hutchison Island (where the Convention Center and the Westin Hotel are).
We get a lot of questions about whether the tap water is safe to drink. The short answer is yes. No filter is required. The city has the information online and this is the 2017 detailed report regarding source and safety. Restaurants in town are serving this water and any fountain sodas, etc are made with it so drinking tap water in your rental is equivalent to that.
You can use a credit card to pay for hourly parking, just type in the space number painted on the spot you use. Please note this app covers all of the new numbered meter spots which have credit card kiosks on the block but it will not work on the remaining old fashioned coin meters that have not yet been upgraded, sorry for the inconvenience but those old fashioned meters still require coins or the day pass
Tammy is the perfect mix between entertainment and seriously scary ghost stories. She is so warm and friendly! But she knows the scariest local ghost stories like the back of her hand. If you are lucky enough to snag her on one of her 7pm or 10pm walking ghost tour time slots you are in for a treat. Call her directly at 912-604-2634