Explore Historic Savannah
Whether you're on a romantic getaway or family vacation, you'll never run out of things to do in Savannah. Plan a Tybee Island day trip or simply stroll the vibrant River Street anytime, and you will truly experience the southern splendor of Savannah.
We often suggest that first-time Savannah visitors take a trolly tour. These tours are designed to give you a comprehensive view of the entire historic district. All of the tour companies offer an "On/Off" experience, allowing each guest to return to specific places of interest at their leisure. Be sure to bring a pen to mark your interests along the way.
Be sure to contact our concierge for information about our award winning restaurants located throughout the Historic District. We do recommend advanced reservations during the months of March-June & October-November.
Below is a list of the most often visited places by previous guests.
- River Street- Walk 1 Block
- Forsyth Park- Walk 1.2 Miles-25 Minutes
- City Market- Walk 0.4 Mile-9 Minutes
- Roundhouse Railroad Museum- Walk 1.1 Miles-23 Minutes
- The Ships of the Sea Museum- Walk 0.6 Mile-12 Minutes
- Jepson Center for the Arts and ArtZeum- Walk 0.6 Mile-12 Minutes
- Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace- Walk 0.5 Mile-10 minutes
- Davenport House- Walk 0.3 Mile-5 Minutes
- The Pirate's House- Walk 0.3 Mile-6 Minutes
- River Street Riverboat Company- Walk 1 Block
- Dolphin Magic- Walk 1 Block
- Oatland Island Education Center- Drive East 5.7 Miles-11 Minutes
- Tybee Island- Drive 17.5 Miles-28 Minutes
- Tybee Island Lighthouse & Museum- Drive 16.4 Miles-26 Minutes
- Fort Pulaski- Drive 13.8 Miles-23 Minutes
- Old Fort Jackson- Drive 3.8 Miles-10 Minutes
- Wormsloe Plantation- Drive 9.3 Miles-14 Minutes
Savannah’s Haunted Attractions
Savannah's long history naturally lends itself to the possibilities of haunted mansions, streets, cemeteries, homes, and even hotels. Experience the thrill of a chilling walk or ride through the city's most haunted spots, when you take part in one of Savannah’s many ghost tours. The Olde Harbour Inn itself is one of many haunted hotels in Savannah, but not to worry, our ghost, Hank, has a friendly reputation.
St. Patrick’s Day
Irish eyes are smiling every March 17 on St. Patrick's Day in Savannah! The city's population of 250,000 nearly doubles every year as more than 200,000 visitors in green pack the Savannah streets and Waterfront for St. Patrick's Day "Savannah Style." The Olde Harbour Inn is always popular for parade and people watching.This historic inn is perfectly situated for your St. Patrick’s Day experience. Use Olde Harbour Inn for your home base during the festivities as you enjoy the party, rest and rejuvenate, and rejoin the fun.
Attractions for the Whole Family
Discover an authentic family travel experience at during your stay at The Olde Harbour Inn. From visiting the birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low, who founded the Girl Scouts of the United States of America, to experiencing the fun of a scavenger hunt, there's something for every member of your family. Inquire with our Concierge for details about these family-friendly excursions:
Our Hotel is near the Savannah Convention Center
Enjoy charming, comfortable accommodations right across the river from the Savannah International Trade & Convention Center at The Olde Harbour Inn. Our hotel is located just a few miles from the convention center, which you can get to by car over the Talmadge Memorial Bridge or with the free Savannah Belles Ferry. The ferry, which departs from River Street at City Hall and docks directly in front of the convention center, offers a unique way to visit attractions on both sides of the Savannah River.