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Snacks From Tropical Foods Now at Cool Savannah

    If you’ve come by Cool Savannah Tours and Gifts lately you might notice a few things different in our store. Yes, if you want to go on a Savannah sight seeing tour that option is still available. And we still have the intriguing collection of antique jewelry, furniture...
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Cool Savannah Gift Shop – T-Shirts Now Available

Come to our Cool Savannah Gift Shop and leave in style! We have seven new shirts on display to help get you dressed in some Savannah spirit. There is a shirt for everyone as we carry men, women and children sizes. Find a style that is right for you with fun new unique designs...
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Cool Savannah gift shop | Scent From Savannah Candles

Savannah Gift Shop | Scent from Savannah™ Candles Our Cool Savannah Gift Shop has been selling Scent from Savannah soy wax candles for over a year now, and we’ve had amazing results.  As a big think you to our customers, we are offering special deals in our Savannah gift shop...
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Cool Savannah earns TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence

We are proud to announce that Cool Savannah recently received the 2016 TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence. This award, now in its sixth year, celebrates hospitality businesses that have earned great traveler reviews on TripAdvisor over the past year. Certificate of Excellence...

Wandering, Seeking Spirit in Haunted Savannah

“You know someone is up there, right? On your couch?” “Her neck. There’s something wrong with her neck . . .” “She’s not scary, no. More like very proper looking, in a Victorian-style dress. But her neck. There’s clearly something wrong with her neck.” Over the past two years, at...
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Made in Savannah, Craft Beer

Savannah Gift Shop Now Sells Made in Savannah Brews  Cool Savannah Tours and Gifts, is introducing some pleasant ways to cool down while walking around Savannah. Local craft beers are a growing treat and now you can get a taste of some right here at the Cool Savannah gift shop...

Savannah Attractions: Add this Permanent Exhibit to Your Must-See List

Starting on June 25, when you visit the Telfair Museums, you can enjoy an incredible collection of American portraiture, titled Face to Face, with paintings from the American Revolution to World War II. The museum has acquired the painting titled James Wright (1716-1785), the...

Things to Do in Savannah: Honor and Celebrate Juneteenth

Many people consider April 9, 1865 to be the end of the Civil War, since that’s the day General Robert E. Lee surrendered his 28,000 troops to General Ulysses S. Grant at the Appomattox Courthouse. In reality, though, the news didn’t reach all of the Confederate soldiers or their...

Historic Savannah: Glimpse into the Past

What’s now the state of Georgia was claimed for the country of England in 1732 by James Edward Oglethorpe – a fascinating historical figure. Born as the tenth and last child of Theophilus and Eleanor Oglethorpe in London on December 22, 1696, his parents were comfortably well...

Spring has Sprung! Things to Do in Savannah

“Residents and visitors seem to agree that springtime is the best time of year to visit Savannah. Savannah bursts into bloom in the spring, and flowering trees, colorful azaleas, and spring flowers are abundant in its beautiful squares, parks and private gardens. Temperatures are...

Savannah Sightseeing Tours: More Deep and Rich History

When we last left off in our blogging, the city of Savannah was thriving. According to VisitSavannah.com, “Pre-Civil War Savannah was praised as the most picturesque and serene city in America.” In 1820, it was the 18th largest city in the United States and was exporting more...

Savannah Sightseeing Tours: Discover the City’s Deep and Rich History

From the colonial period of our country’s history to the Revolutionary War, Civil War and more, Savannah has played a crucial role. In 1732, the area that is now Georgia was claimed by England as the last of the 13 original colonies; it was named Georgia after King George II. In...