TOUR HISTORIC SAVANNAH
Savannah’s Historic District offers an unparalleled experience for students. Tour it by foot on a guided walking tour or on board a trolley and discover the many historic landmarks in the downtown area. City tours will help your students get better acquainted with Savannah’s history. From the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force to Telfair Museums or the Juliette Gordon Low birthplace, there is no shortage of interesting, educational sites to visit.
Wind through the waters of the Savannah River and watch dolphins gliding through the water. Departing from Lazaretto Creek, tour guests will get a lighthearted historic tour of Tybee Island, Fort Pulaski National Monument and the Cockspur Lighthouse. Oftentimes, captains will ride their boats side-by-side to encourage the dolphins to swim between and jump in and out of the wake. Seeing dolphins up close is an experience your students will love.
After a full day, your students will be ravenous. Take them to The Crab Shack for a huge seafood platter. Order a Captain Crab’s Sampler Platter, a feast piled high with crab legs, shrimp, mussels, crawfish, Georgia shrimp, corn sausage and potatoes or Tybee Island’s most iconic dish, the LowCountry Boil. This Tybee Island staple offers outdoor seating overlooking a tidal creek. Visit the bird house and see a menagerie of exotic birds, or the lagoon to feed the alligators that call The Crab Shack home.