- TripBuzz found 48 things to do with kids in or near Richmond Hill, Georgia, including 44 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Savannah, Pooler, Hinesville and Midway.
- From Richmond Hill Swim Club to Richmond Hill Historical Society Museum, the Richmond Hill area offers 57 different types of family activities, including: Walking Trails, History Museums, Swimming Pool and Golf.
- Richmond Hill is a scenic waterfront city in Georgia's Bryan County. Lush marshlands, crystal blue waters and stately plantation homes make the city a perfect backdrop to the many festivals it hosts throughout the year. Events such as the annual Jazz Festival, Seafood Festival and local rodeo draw thousands of tourists each year.
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41 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, Savannah, GA 31401 MoreLess Info
Patrons at Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum can view a collection of models and paintings of historic ships along with assorted maritime antiques. The building also includes a parlor garden and event space.
Voted one of the 'Best Ghost Tours in Savannah' by the Business Hall Of Fame, Tara Haunted Tours offers a chilling experience. Guests take a guided walking tour through the historic streets of the city visiting a cemetery and more.
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Jefferson Street & W Saint Julian Street, Savannah, GA 31402 MoreLess Info
Carriage Tours of Savannah allows guests to take a step back in time and enjoy the gentle clip-clop of horses as the carriage slowly sways back and forth on an adventure of discovery, entertainment, and relaxation.
Tourist shops and restaurants can be found along the River Street Savannah. All sorts of festivals take place in here during the year, such as the winter the Light Christmas Parade and fairs in which local artists sell their artwork.
A National Historic Landmark built in 1819, Owen-Thomas House is now a stately house museum featuring a vast collection of art and antique furnishings. Tours are given daily at 30-minute intervals, plan your visit back in time today.
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Savannah River, E. Broad St., Gwinnett St., and Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Savannah, GA 31401 MoreLess Info
Laying out the original town plan from the beginning of the 19th century, the Savannah Historic District displays old buildings constructed in different architectural styles, such as Greek, Georgian, and Gothic.