What To Do In Savannah With Kids: I had the best time touring the city over the two days, but it definitely wasn’t enough time.

This trip to Savannah was a complimentary media trip and my hotel, activities, and food were complimentary. All opinions are my own. 

The Juliette Gordon Low (founder of the Girl Scouts) Birthplace: The home is located on Oglethorpe Avenue, right in the heart of the historic district.

A Must-Visit for Any Current or Past Girl Scout: The tour runs for about 40 minutes and includes the interior of the house as well as a look into the gardens

Shops, museums, and restaurants at City Market: This pedestrian friendly area features a few things that kids will enjoy

Take a Beach Trip to Tybee Island: If you are looking to visit the beach during your Savannah vacation, you’ll definitely want to head to Tybee Island.

Be Sure to Visit the Tybee Island Lighthouse: It's a bit of a drive from the beach but is worth seeing

Shopping on Broughton Street is always fun. You'll find a mix of chain shops as well as quaint independent stores. 

Take a Ghost Walking Tour Through the City: I’d probably recommend it for kids who are at least tweens or teens because younger kids may be a bit scared by the stories.

Get a Treat at Leopold's Ice Cream: There are lots of unique flavors on the menu, including specials each month

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