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Savannah, GA Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 107
Total Sleeping Rooms 11,150
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 422
Committable Meeting Rooms* 23
Convention Center Space 330,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 100,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 25,000 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $118
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $59
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $100
*Maximum for a single hotel

Savannah, GA Things to Do and Attractions

Group Activities

On Old Town Trolley Tours, groups travel back to another era as they tour Savannah's most historic sites and beautiful treasures. Friendly conductors that are fun-loving and history enthusiasts make Old Town Trolley's sightseeing tours a

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Water Activities

As much of Savannah's life takes place on or near the water, groups may wish to experience it through various water activities.

Dolphin-watching tours may be arranged through several charters, including Captain Derek's Dolphin Adventure Tours,

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Golf Courses

Savannah's great golf courses feature driving ranges, workshops and golf pros available for private or group lessons. Among the public courses is the Club at Savannah Harbor, part of the Westin. Membership courses include the Bloody Point Golf Club &

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Telfair Museums

There are three venues comprising the Telfair museums: The Owens Thomas House Museum, the Jepson Center, and the Telfair Academy.

Located on Oglethorpe Square in the historic district, the Owens-Thomas House is considered by architectural

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Historical Museums

Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum, founded in 1966, exhibits ship models, paintings and maritime antiques, principally from the great era of Atlantic trade and travel between England and America during the 18th and 19th centuries. The Museum's

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Tybee Island Historical Society and Lighthouse

Located just east of Savannah, the impressive Tybee Island Lighthouse has been guiding mariners into the Savannah River for more than 270 years. The current lighthouse stands at 154 feet tall and became electrically driven in 1933. Visitors are

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Old Fort Jackson

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Built in 1808 and named in honor of former Georgia Governor and Revolutionary War soldier James Jackson, Savannah's Old Fort Jackson is the oldest standing brick fortification in the state. In fact, the fort is one of only eight Second System

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The Lady and Sons

One of the most popular and celebrated restaurants in Savannah is undoubtedly The Lady and Sons. Owned and operated by Food Network celebrity chef and Savannah resident Paula Deen, The Lady and Sons specializes in homestyle comfort food, served in a

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The Pirates' House

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Aside from being a world-famous dining locale, the Pirates' House is also one of the most intriguing historic sites in Savannah. First opened in 1753 as an inn for seafarers, the building quickly became a gathering place for pirates and sailors. The

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Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum

Named after the father of Savannah's modern-day Civil Rights Movement, the Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum explores the struggle of Georgia's oldest African American community. The museum building itself is part of the story, as it was

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