With an eclectic array of shops, restaurants, museums, and monuments spread across the Historic District, the best way to explore downtown Savannah is on foot. Whether you plan a route ahead of time or just wander aimlessly, a leisurely stroll will always result in unique discoveries. If your feet start to ache, flag down a pedicab driver—these people-powered vehicles are a great way to get around, and the drivers usually tell a good story or two.

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  • 1. Bonaventure Cemetery

    Thunderbolt | Cemetery

    The largest of Savannah's municipal cemeteries, Bonaventure spreads over 160 acres and sits on a bluff above the Wilmington River. Once a plantation...Read More

  • 2. Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters

    Historic District | House/Mansion/Villa

    Designed by William Jay, the Owens-Thomas House is widely considered to be one of the finest examples of English Regency architecture in America...Read More

  • 3. Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum

    Historic District | House/Mansion/Villa

    This exuberant Greek revival mansion was the home of William Scarborough, a wealthy early-19th-century merchant and one of the principal owners...Read More

  • 4. Telfair Academy

    Historic District | Museum/Gallery

    The oldest public art museum in the Southeast was designed by William Jay in 1819 for Alexander Telfair. Within its marble rooms are a variety...Read More

  • 5. American Prohibition Museum

    Downtown | Museum/Gallery

    In the heart of City Market, America's only museum dedicated to the Prohibition era shares history from 1907 to 1933. In the 6,000 square feet...Read More

  • 6. Andrew Low House

    Historic District | House/Mansion/Villa

    Built on the site of the city jail, this residence was constructed in 1848 for Andrew Low, a native of Scotland and one of Savannah's merchant...Read More

  • 7. Beach Institute

    Historic District | Museum/Gallery

    Works by African American artists from the Savannah area and around the country are on display in this building, which once housed the first...Read More

  • 8. Cathedral of St. John the Baptist

    Historic District | Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    Soaring over the city, this French Gothic–style cathedral, with pointed arches and free-flowing traceries, is the seat of the Catholic diocese...Read More

  • 9. Colonial Park Cemetery

    Historic District | Cemetery

    Stroll the shaded pathways and read some of the old tombstone inscriptions in this park, the final resting place for Savannahians who died between...Read More

  • 10. Davenport House Museum

    Historic District | House/Mansion/Villa

    Semicircular stairs with wrought-iron railings lead to the recessed doorway of the redbrick Federal home constructed by master builder Isaiah...Read More

  • 11. Factors Walk

    Historic District | Plaza/Square/Piazza

    A network of iron crosswalks and steep stone stairways connects Bay Street to Factors Walk below. The congested area of multistory buildings...Read More

  • 12. Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace

    Historic District | House/Mansion/Villa

    This early-19th-century town house, attributed to William Jay, was designated in 1965 as Savannah's first National Historic Landmark. "Daisy...Read More

  • 13. Pin Point Heritage Museum


    The culturally rich community surrounding this museum has lived in relative isolation for nearly 100 years. Residents of Pin Point are Gullah...Read More

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