Savannah is a great place for families, with outdoor adventures in beautiful green spaces and kid-friendly activities at sights all across the city. Most restaurants welcome parties with children and there is loads of interesting history to make for an enriching visit.
- Savannah Children's Museum
This all-outdoor museum, located in Tricentennial Park at the old Central of Georgia Railway Carpentry Shop, is full of exciting and interactive activities, such as an underground archeology table and a giant lego panel.
- Tybee Island
From spotting dolphins and manatees along the shore to playing in the surf and building castles in the sand, Savannah's local beach is a ball for kids.
- Forsyth Park
The sprawling green space of Savannah's Central Park is great for games and picnics, and there's a playground where local and visiting kids convene.
- Ellis Sq
The large wading fountain in this square on the edge of City Market is a cool adventure on a hot summer day.
- River St
Savannah's riverfront is great for a stroll, with monuments to explore and the exciting Echo Sq in Rousakis Plaza, which kiddos can stand in the middle and hear their voice reverberate in an echo chamber. A ride on the free Savannah Belles Ferry is also lots of fun.
Culture & Enrichment
- Fort Pulaski National Monument
This huge fort with educational exhibitions and cool cannons is fun for the whole family. There are trails to walk and bike close by.
- Jepson Center for the Arts
ArtZeum, the Jepson Center's interactive children's learning gallery, gets little ones excited about art.
- Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum
Kids with a fascination for boats will enjoy the large models at this museum.