- TripBuzz found 143 things to do with kids in or near Savannah, Georgia, including 90 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Bluffton, Hilton Head Island, Hilton Head and Tybee Island.
- From South Beach to Blue Orb Ghost Tours, the Savannah area offers 58 different types of family activities, including: Haunted Tours, Parks, Theaters and Historic Homes.
- As the oldest city in Georgia, Savannah has a rich history to tell to those who visit. Breathtaking lush foliage and stately plantation homes line the historic residential streets, while local museums and theatres pay homage to the areas past. Locals and visitors can also enjoy the cities many fairs and festivals held throughout the year including The Savannah Book Festival and The Savannah Music Festival.
Built in the 1740's, St. Helena's Chapel of Ease was designed to accommodate the plantation workers who couldn't travel to the local parish church. The enchanting site was destroyed by fire in 1886, but the ruins were added to the National Register of Historic Places.
An independent movie theater, Plaza Stadium Theatre features five screens used to display first-run Hollywood movies. The theater also offers stadium seating, a selection of 3D movies and a concession area with food and drinks.
Located along the Beaufort River, the Beaufort Yacht & Sailing Club is a club that offers a number of amenities for members to enjoy. Kayaking, sailing, motorboating, and tennis are a few of the popular activities enjoyed by club members.
Liberty Cinemas is a movie theater with stadium seating, bargain matinees, assisted listening and Dolby 3D technology. They also have an arcade, concessions stand and a Dippin Dots vending machine in the lobby.
In clement weather, cinemaphiles flock to the Highway 21 Drive-in Theater in Beaufort, South Carolina. Shows begin immediately after sunset. The theater reserves the right to cancel or postpone screenings in severely inclement weather.
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Seas So Shallow Fishing Guide Service offers half and full day fishing trips where guests can try to catch redfish, trout, flounder, cobia, tarpon and other local species. They also provide a fully furnished guesthouse for rent.
With roots dating back to 1939, the Beaufort History Museum has a lot to offer locals and visitors seeking information on Beaufort. The museum presents collections of everyday items of the past, unique military artifacts, stone tools and building models.
Focusing on the natural beauty and wildlife of the Beaufort River area, Captain Dick's River Tours offers a variety of guided and narrated tours. The experienced captain and first mate offer information and commentary on local history.