Savannah Georgia is on the Northeast coast directly boarding the South Carolina line. With its population of 145,000 people don’t underestimate the historical culture it has to offer. There is so much amazing architecture and nature that is something to do for everyone.
The first time I went to Savannah was last summer with my mom, brothers and aunt. We were staying in Hilton Head just a short drive away from Savannah and my mom suggested that we should all go.
I instantly fell in love with all the moss draped oak trees in Forsyth Park which is most famous for its iconic fountain.
We also saw the First African Baptist Church which was very cool to see and just such a historical monument to see.
An iconic church is the Cathedral Basilica of St John Baptist that a lot of locals come on Sundays and people will travel from all over the world to attend Midnight Mass.
If you are a bookworm like me you’ll like this fact. The book Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil is based off of a real event that happened in Savannah. The iconic movie was also filmed in the city too!
Walking along the waterfront is also a great way to have good food, and do a little bit of souvenir shopping.
Lastly but certainly not least what you can do in Savannah is go to Chippewa Square to feel what Forrest Gump felt when he was telling his life story. Yes, Tom Hanks in Savannah.
There is so much more to explore historically and entertainment in Savannah that I can’t possibly fit them all but these are my favourite ones.