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Plan Your Stay at Olde Harbour Inn

THINGS TO DO IN SAVANNAH

Olde Harbour Inn's location on River Street will have you near everything you'll want to see.   As a guest of Olde Harbour Inn, you have our Guest Services team always ready to suggest where to eat, what to see, to organize tours, and just help you make the most of your visit.  Here are a few popular places Olde Harbour Inn guests enjoy visiting.

 

Enjoy River Street

There's always something exciting happening on River Street, and at Olde Harbour Inn, you are just a few steps away.  You'll find art galleries, an outdoor market, and specialty shops at every turn.  Take a stroll along the cobble-stoned street and you'll find Savannah's Waving Girl statue, the Olympic Cauldron monument, the World War II monument, and the African-American Monument. 

 

Enjoy River Street

There's always something exciting happening on River Street, and at Olde Harbour Inn, you are just a few steps away.  You'll find art galleries, an outdoor market, and specialty shops at every turn.  Take a stroll along the cobble-stoned street and you'll find Savannah's Waving Girl statue, the Olympic Cauldron monument, the World War II monument, and the African-American Monument. 

 

Explore Factors Walk

Step right outside your door at Olde Harbour Inn, and you're on Factors Walk, a series of passageways, alleys, walkways and bridges where you'll find eclectic shops, restaurants, and boutiques.  Right outside our door, you'll find a ramp leading from Bay Street down the bluff to River Street paved with cobblestones, brought as ballast and abandoned on the riverbanks by departing ships.  It's a fun, and sometimes spooky, place to explore.

Explore Factors Walk

Step right outside your door at Olde Harbour Inn, and you're on Factors Walk, a series of passageways, alleys, walkways and bridges where you'll find eclectic shops, restaurants, and boutiques.  Right outside our door, you'll find a ramp leading from Bay Street down the bluff to River Street paved with cobblestones, brought as ballast and abandoned on the riverbanks by departing ships.  It's a fun, and sometimes spooky, place to explore.

Stroll Through the Squares

  A short walk from Olde Harbour Inn, you'll find Savannah's famously beautiful squares.  A good place to start is the 10-block stretch of Bull Street that begins at City Hall and ends at Forsyth Park.  From Olde Harbour Inn, it's a 5 minute walk to Bull Street, and then it's about a 20 minute to stroll through the squares to Forsyth Park.  You should also hop over and see Ellis Square near City Market for the Johnny Mercer monument and water feature.

Stroll Through the Squares

  A short walk from Olde Harbour Inn, you'll find Savannah's famously beautiful squares.  A good place to start is the 10-block stretch of Bull Street that begins at City Hall and ends at Forsyth Park.  From Olde Harbour Inn, it's a 5 minute walk to Bull Street, and then it's about a 20 minute to stroll through the squares to Forsyth Park.  You should also hop over and see Ellis Square near City Market for the Johnny Mercer monument and water feature.

See the Cemeteries & Explore Savannah's Haunts

Savannah's long history naturally lends itself to the possibilities of haunted mansions, streets, cemeteries, homes, and even hotels. Book one of Savannah's many ghost tours (we can help you with that!) and explore some of the city's most haunted spots.  Some rumored haunts near Olde Harbour Inn include:
The Pirates House restaurant, Moon River Brewing Company, and Colonial Park Cemetery.  

About Olde Harbour Inns Haunted Reputation

See the Cemeteries & Explore Savannah's Haunts

Savannah's long history naturally lends itself to the possibilities of haunted mansions, streets, cemeteries, homes, and even hotels. Book one of Savannah's many ghost tours (we can help you with that!) and explore some of the city's most haunted spots.  Some rumored haunts near Olde Harbour Inn include:
The Pirates House restaurant, Moon River Brewing Company, and Colonial Park Cemetery.  

About Olde Harbour Inns Haunted Reputation

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