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Step back in time with a visit to Savannah, where you’ll find cobblestone streets, antebellum architecture, and a slower pace of life. Stay with Inspirato at the striking Mansion on Forsyth Park located in Savannah’s charming historic district. Situated across the street from the enchanting Forsyth Park, the Southern Gothic-style mansion features on-site cooking classes, a full-service spa, and an extensive collection of art. Nearby, Davenport—a striking seven-bedroom home—features historic details, a lush courtyard and fountain, and a separate carriage house. Situated along the beautiful Savannah River, Thompson Savannah is a prime jumping off point to explore the city. Enjoy a hand-crafted cocktail and locally-inspired pizza from the poolside Bar Julian as you enjoy breathtaking city views.
About 250 miles east of Atlanta lies Savannah, a coastal city steeped in Southern charm and hospitality. Bring your walking shoes because the best way to explore is by foot—perfect for working up the appetite you’ll need for indulging in Savannah’s delectable southern cuisine. Start by exploring the historic district and its 20 blocks filled with iconic squares, framed by oak trees dripping with Spanish moss, flowery gardens, early 19th century mansions that are open to the public, and art museums like the SCAD Museum of Art. The best way to get acquainted with the city? Find a tour based on your interests, whether that’s a culinary adventure, pub crawl, history and architecture walk, or an after-hours ghost tour.
Meander along the winding pathways of this 30-acre park and discover sprawling green fields, playgrounds, local artisans, fragrant gardens, and the park’s crown jewel—a gorgeous fountain installed in 1858, modeled after the fountains at the Place de la Concorde in Paris.
Just a 20-minute drive from downtown Savannah, you’ll find the wide sandy beaches of Tybee Island. Explore the island's nature walks and wildlife, savor freshly caught seafood at a beachside restaurant, or kayak out to a historic lighthouse.
This contemporary museum features rotating exhibitions from both established and emerging artists. And, on Madison Square, you can purchase artwork, textiles, jewelry, and photography made by current SCAD students at the shopSCAD store.
Savannah experiences a subtropical climate with more than 200 days of sunshine annually and some rain about 100 days of the year. Summers are hot and humid and winters are short and mild. Spring and fall in Savannah are lovely—with temperatures in the 70s and 80s—and often the best times to visit.