20 Feb 2022
Spring is beautiful in Savannah with wonderful weather and lots of activities to keep you busy.
Cruise the Waterfront
Take a scenic tour along the waterfront aboard a Savannah Riverboat Cruises, which offers brunch, lunch, and dinner cruises, along with Gospel and sunset tours. Enjoy an adventure on the water, view the historic waterfront, and tap your toes to the entertainment.
Catch the (Free!) Ferry
Or take the free ferry to Hutchinson Island. The Savannah Belles Ferry is a daily fare-free service that connects River Street to the island, landing points are near City Hall and the Waving Girl Statue. The ferry operates on a 20 to 30-minute schedule and each leg of the trip takes about 10 minutes.
Celebrate Local Art
Browse the array of galleries and art museums. Start at the SCAD Museum of Art. Then hit up the “Art & Soul of Savannah,” City Market where you’ll discover a gallery of galleries. TelFair Academy, Jepson Center for the Arts, Savannah African Art Museum offer more places to see incredible works by amazing artists.
Take Time to Smell the Roses
They say April showers bring May flowers. But the truth is, Savannah’s parks and squares are beautiful all year-round. See them bloom in their most splendid, vivid colors during the springtime.
Set an easy pace with a Savannah Slow Ride Pub Crawl. These 15-person bicycle tours take participants through Savannah’s beautiful historic downtown. An experienced tour guide gives riders an experience they will never forget, with a two-hour Slow Ride that begins and ends at their headquarters, 420 W. Bryan St., off Franklin Square in City Market.
No trip to the Hostess City is complete without exploring the waterways and marshes that surround it. A Sail Savannah boat tour makes the perfect way to experience it. Depending on weather conditions, this experienced crew sails out toward the ocean for a unique view of the surrounding islands or heads up the Intracoastal Waterway toward the city.
Hunt for Antiques
Savannah is an antique lover's dream destination. Peruse the ever-changing selection of more than 25,000 items at Picker Joe’s Antique Mall, with 10,000-square-feet of space in Thomas Square south of the Historic District. Jeres Antiques offers another treasure hunter's trove with a 33,000-square-foot showroom that features an immense collection of English, continental, European and Asian furniture, collectibles, and one-of-a-kind items.
Book your stay, then decide what’s first on the itinerary.