Savannah is often known for being the most haunted city in Georgia, its amazingly fresh seafood, and for drinking your way through River Street. Whatever your niche is, this city can probably scratch that itch. You can even go on this booze cruise in Savannah to live out your old southern dreams, learn about the history of the city, and chow down on some delicious grub.
Taking a Savannah River Boat dining cruise on the famous Georgia Queen is one of the best experiences to try at least once in this haunted city. The website says that their Sunday Brunch Cruise is the most popular tour.
You'll feast on classic southern favorites while you take in the views for an hour and a half. It's perfect for a special occasion, a group of friends, or just you and your boo.
The brunch cruise runs from March until October, but the dinner one runs all year. You still have time to experience this specific tour, but if you don't make it, no need to fret.
While the brunch menu could change at the boat's discretion, you can expect to see buffet items like southern fried chicken, honey glazed spiral ham, shrimp and grits, breakfast entrees, various desserts, and more.
You can sip on some southern iced tea, lemonade, coffee, or your favorite soft drink for free, or grab a drink from the cash bar if you're trying to spice up your time.
The dining room is climate-controlled, so even on the hottest and most humid days, you'll be going with the flow while enjoying air conditioning.
As you float downstream, you'll get to admire River Street, one of the most popular spots in the city, from the water.
If you've been looking for something to do as the Peach State's temperatures start to drop, a jaunt on the Georgia Queen sipping your spirits with a cool fall breeze might just deserve a spot on your end of summer or fall bucket list.
Savannah River Cruise
When: March to October, though their dinner option runs year-round
Address: Meet at 9 E. River St., Savannah, GA
Why You Need To Go: This is the perfect thing to do to finish out your adventurous weekend in Savannah. You'll get incredible views, delicious southern food, and strong drinks to sip while rolling down the river.
Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.