Getting here by Plane:
The Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport is located 15 miles from our Historic District, and offers regular flights to more than 20 non-stop destinations, including Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Cincinnatti, Cleveland, Columbus, Dallas, Houston, Indianapolis, Lexington, Louisville, Minneapolis, New York, Newark, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Toronto and Washington, D.C. Airlines include Delta, United, American, JetBlue, Allegiant, Sun Country and Air Canada.
Getting here by Car:
Savannah is easily accessible from all points along the east coast via Interstate 95, or from the west by Interstate 16. Get driving directions on Google Maps.
Need to park your car? No problem. Savannah offers a host of parking options. Learn more about parking in Savannah here.
Getting here by Train or Bus? Amtrak rolls through Savannah on its Palmetto and Silver Service lines, and we’re a hub for Greyhound Bus Lines as well.
Overlooking Madison Square in the heart of Savannah’s Historic District, The DeSoto is a treasured landmark blending the elegance, history, and charm of one of America’s oldest cities.
Located inside the SCAD’s Lucas Theatre for the Arts, Vedette offers a range of sweet and savory crêpes, classic coffee, and assorted teas and lattes.
Art’s offers fast, fresh and healthy fare, including whole-fruit smoothies, wraps, coffee and espresso, fresh-squeezed juices and grab-and-go snacks and meal bars. Art’s also offers a variety of fun and colorful SCAD-branded apparel, gifts and stationery goods.
Claire Lindley Reeve and Courtland Smith Stevens mix classic and fresh ideas into the historic storefront in their Downtown Design District location. You’ll find crisp table and bed linens alongside vintage furniture finds. It’s the perfect place to find a one-of-a-kind item or a gift for a friend.
James’ clothing combines impeccable craftsmanship with the beauty of the world’s finest fabrics. French lace, Italian silks and cashmere, Swiss cottons, and wools from the finest Italian and English mills. There’s not only something about the way his clothing looks but also about the way it feels when it’s worn.
shopSCAD’s unique retail gallery in Savannah, Georgia, has delighted window shoppers, tourists and collectors of fine art for the past decade. In July 2014, the store’s second location opened in Lacoste, France.
The Andrew Low House was John Norris’ first residential work in Savannah. This first endeavor was made possible by a successful young Scotsman, Andrew Low, who arrived in Savannah in 1829 at age seventeen. Visit the Andrew Low House at 329 Abercorn Street in Savanah’s Historic District!
For over 30 years, Old Town Trolley Tours has provided sightseeing tours highlighting the best attractions in Savannah. Hop aboard one of Old Town’s trolleys and you’ll experience Transportainment, a delightful combination of transportation and entertainment.
General Sherman used The Green-Meldrim house as headquarters when the Federal army occupied Savannah during the Civil War, upon the invitation of Mr. Green. It was at this time (December, 1864) that General Sherman sent his famous telegram to President Lincoln offering him the City of Savannah as a Christmas gift. Visit at 14 W Macon St, Savannah, GA!