7. Savannah Ghost Tours
As with many historic cities, Savannah is known for ghost stories. There are several companies in the city that offer Ghost Tours, both walking and in carriages. They will take you to visit haunted and historic homes, hidden cemeteries and many of Savannah’s secret, haunted locations.
Whether you believe in ghosts or not, this historic tour of the city is great fun. All of the tours have been carefully researched to ensure that you’ll get the lore of this famous city in an accurate, entertaining tale.
8. Fish Art Gallerie
Located on the main drag heading onto Tybee Island is the Fish Art Gallerie. A former outdoor advertising artist, the owner became a fish artist in 2000 and makes fish out of everything imaginable. Figurines of dolphins, turtles, fish (of course) shells, gemstones, clothing, jewelry and almost anything else you can imagine!
This fun store is a great stop if you are looking for original souvenirs from the area.
9. Fort Pulaski National Monument
Fort Pulaski is located on Cockspur Island about away from Tybee Island, between the island and the city of Savannah. The monument was named after the Revolutionary War Hero Casimir Pulaski and was established as a National Monument in1924.
If you are remotely interested in the Civil War, this is a must see! This fort is an incredible sight, just the construction of it is amazing. Brick fortification- 7 foot thick walls!
There is a movie at the visitor center that takes about 20 minutes to view and goes over this history of the fort. It is well worth the time.
10. North Beach Bar and Grill
Looking for a fun beach bar? Located on North Beach, right by the Tybee Island Lighthouse, is the North Beach Bar and Grill. This little restaurant offers inside and outside dining, live entertainment, a great bar and awesome food.
See something you like? Be sure to check out Tybee Island if you are ever on the coast of Georgia. It is truly a hidden gem.