Labor Day celebrates the working men and women of America. And, goodness knows, 2020 has been a tough year all around. So, who is ready to take a well-deserved break?
You are here
For an incredible vacation getaway, Savannah, Georgia continues to be one of the top destinations on the East Coast. You will find a variety of events that are perfect for a night out with friends or with the whole family!
But even if you can’t take your mom to her favorite brunch spot, or if you can only celebrate virtually this year, there are still ways you can treat your mom to a celebrity-status Mother’s Day in 2020. Read on for seven of our favorite ways to celebrate Mother’s Day at home.
Remember when playing in the sand meant building a castle with plastic pails and shovels? The Savannah College of Design takes the activity to a whole new level.
Savannah is so much more than historic squares, beautiful parks and delicious dining. It is also an area that takes pride in its parties. With that in mind, check out three upcoming soirees sure to delight visitors and locals.
You certainly don’t need a reason to celebrate mom. But we’ll give you six ways to show her how special she is during a visit to Savannah for Mother’s Day, which is May 10.
The city of Savannah certainly has its own mythical charms, which makes it a perfect site for two upcoming fantastical events.
Visitors are appreciating the benefits of smaller, eco-friendly vacation destinations and Tybee Island does not disappoint. It’s a family-friendly destination offering beautiful shorelines with spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean, water activities and plenty of places to kick back with a cold one if that’s your preference.
Spring means sand, surf and sun on Tybee Island. In fact, there’s so much fun to have you may have to narrow down your list of favorite activities. We’ll help out with that.
Be sure to get your line in the water on a fishing...
When strolling Savannah’s streets and squares, do you ever get a desire to glimpse inside one of those historic, stately homes?
Get out your purple, gold and green masks, beads, to-go cups and goodie bags. It’s time to let the good times roll on the Georgia coast.