7 Things To Do In Savannah This Weekend
All affordable, too!
After a long week of rain and thunderstorms, Georgia is finally seeing some signature southern sun. There's plenty of things to do in Savannah this weekend that'll get you outside to enjoy the fresh air. Not to mention, all of these spots are either affordable or free.
From the bustling bars and restaurants of River Street to the popular shopping area that's Broughton Street, there are so many other things to do in between these spots that you might have never even heard about.
While there might not be any swimming holes in Savannah, there are a few hiking trails and islands just a few miles outside of the city. These are all free admission too, so it might just be worth the drive to explore.
Grab a few friends, gear up, and make sure you stay hydrated throughout your adventurous weekend out on the town.
Rent bikes on Skidaway Island
Price: Price will vary depending on where you rent bikes from.
Address: 52 Diamond Causeway, Savannah, GA
Why You Need To Go: You can rent bikes on this little island and take a ride around to overlook the marshes and salt flats that encompass this area. Plenty of trails to trek too if you prefer to hoof it.
Go Rooftop Bar Hopping
Address: Downtown Savannah, Savannah, GA
Why You Need To Go: There arein the city that have incredible views of the river and architecture throughout the city. Not to mention the cocktails are delicious.
Get Brunch At Collins Quarter
Address: 151 Bull St, Savannah, GA
Why You Need To Go: This spot serves brunch all day long and it's the perfect spot to get dressed up and have a girls/guys day.
Have a Picnic in Forsyth Park
Address: 2 W Gaston St., Savannah, GA
Why You Need To Go: Making a charcuterie board and grabbing some wine would make for the perfect afternoon picnic. The park is huge and you can properly social distance comfortably.
Address: Whitemarsh Preserve, Johnny Mercer Blvd., Savannah, GA
Why You Need To Go: Located on Whitemarsh Island, this trail is just one of many that'll encompass you with drooping Spanish moss and wooded trails.
Take in the views at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
Price: Free, but small donations are appreciated.
Address: 222 E Harris St., Savannah, GA
Why You Need To Go: This beautiful church is not only active, but you can take a self-guided tour Monday-Saturday. It's an iconic spot in the city with Notre Dame vibes.
Go to Food Truck & Yoga Saturday at Southbound Brewing Company
Address: 107 E Lathrop Ave., Savannah, GA
Why You Need To Go: You can take a yoga class at the brewery then indulge in some great food truck eats while drinking one (or many) of their 13 beers on tap.
Enjoy your weekend exploring Savannah!
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