Forsyth Park in historic Savannah, GA is most notably known by it’s beautiful fountain, which can be seen in Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. However, this 30 acre park, is more than one fountain. It is a cultural hub for Savannah, hosting concerts and events, is a great place for walking/jogging,, Read More
The Massie Heritage Center is a definite stop on a visit to Savannah, GA. It has a lot of hands on exhibits for children to see the history of Savannah, including, the history of education. The Massie Heritage Center is located at Calhoun Square in the downtown historic district and takes about an hour, Read More
The Andrew Low House is a must see while in Savannah, especially for those of you with a Girl Scout in the family. The home is easily accessible via the Trolley Tours and the home tour is very informative and not very long. The home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places., Read More
We finished our Trolley Tour of Savannah at the point we began, the Savannah Visitors Center. We decided to walk across the street to visit the Georgia State Railroad Museum, especially for our son as he LOVES trains. This was the highlight for him on our trip to Savannah, Georgia.
On our stop in Savannah, GA this summer, we had the pleasure of taking a trolley tour on Old Town Trolley. This tour gave us all the stops we needed for the historic sites we wanted to see. One of those was for our Brownie Girl Scout girl, at the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace!, Read More