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Things to do in Savannah: Top 15 Part 1 of 3

Things to do in Savannah Top 15 Part 1 of 3 At Cool Savannah Tours and Gifts, we’d originally thought of creating a top five list . . . that turned into a top ten list . . . that turned into the top 15 things to do in Savannah GA. Here are the first five! #1 Visit Historic...

Erin Go Bragh (Ireland Forever!) in Historic Savannah

When you think about St. Patrick’s Day celebrations, think Savannah! Eight percent of our historic city is estimated to be Irish and we honor them (and everyone else who is Irish-for-a-day!) by hosting one of the world’s largest St. Patrick’s Day parades. The city’s more liberal...
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New Savannah Business Collaboration

Cool Savannah Announces Exciting New Collaboration with Tiffani Taylor Gallery Cool Savannah is proud to reveal details of its collaboration with Tiffani Taylor, a renowned artist from the historic district of Savannah. The symbolic heart of the collaboration is a new Scent from...

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...

Three More Must-Sees on Your Savannah Sightseeing Tour

9 Drayton Street is the new name for the merger of two powerhouse restaurants that locals couldn’t get enough of: Maxwell’s and Zunzi’s 2. Yes-sir-indeedy, 9 Drayton Street has a flare for southern and southern-African flavors as the chefs of both have, according to the owne...

Continuing Your Like-a-Local Savannah Sightseeing Tour

Last month, we shared a glimpse of the true local experience of Savannah, revealing a place that natives have visited for years for good eats – and drinks. Now, here’s another secret of the locals. Following our history round-a-about, we go next to Tondee’s Tavern, which is the...

You’re Like a Local on our Savannah Sightseeing Tours

Curious about Savannah history and ghost tours? Local food and drinks? We at Cool Savannah Tours and Gifts know you have been dreaming about your visit to Savannah – an enigmatic city full of hidden treasures and gems that are off the beaten path among our twenty two beautiful...

Travel Publications Highlight Savannah Attractions

Valentine’s Day puts the spotlight on love – and, as we have just blogged about, it’s ideal to spend the holiday in Savannah, the city for lovers. Not surprisingly, travel (and other!) publications have chosen to focus on Savannah, with these awards being given. Savannah i...

Historic Savannah is for Lovers: Valentine’s Day and Year-Round

Imagine the whisper of Spanish moss as it gently sways in the breeze, draped from Savannah’s lovely live oaks. Hear the splash of the waves at the waterfront as you stroll through the historic district and enjoy a romantic getaway for two. Whether you’re making a commitment of a...

Things to Do in Savannah in January 2016

More than 12 million people visit Savannah, Georgia each year, which is an astonishing number for a city of 108.69 square miles and a year-round population of 144,352 people. And, there’s only one logical explanation: that there are plenty of fascinating things to see and do...

Savannah Attractions in January 2016: Art, History and Architecture

Savannah is home to the oldest museum in the South, and one of the oldest public museums in the entire country: the Telfair Museums. Note the “s” at the end of the name. That’s because there are actually three museums in one, all in the historic district and within walking...