Things to see and do in Savannah near The Marshall House Hotel

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The Marshall House is located in the very center of the Historic District on Broughton Street.  We're right in the middle of things, so it's easy to find things to do!  There's shopping and dining right outside our door, and beautiful squares and antebellum architecture at every turn.  So whether you're a planner, or like to enjoy new places with spontaneity, the Marshall House's central location will make your visit to Savannah a great one!


 Things to do in Savannah Near The Marshall House

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. 

Haunted sites near The Marshall House include:
The Pirates House restaurant, Moon River Brewing Company, and Colonial Park Cemetery.  

About Marshall House's Haunted Reputation

 

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. 

Haunted sites near The Marshall House include:
The Pirates House restaurant, Moon River Brewing Company, and Colonial Park Cemetery.  

About Marshall House's Haunted Reputation

 

Kid-Friendly Fun

From visiting the birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low, who founded the Girl Scouts of the United States of America, to experiencing the fun frights of a ghost tour, there's something for every member of your family in Savannah. 

Some of our most recommended activities for children in Savannah are:  Leopold's Ice Cream, The Savannah Children's museum, The Georgia State Railroad Museum, The Jepson Center, Forsyth Park --- all walkable from The Marshall House.  If you don't mind a short drive, we also recommend a visit to Oatland Island Wildlife Center and Fort Pulaski.

Kid-Friendly Fun

From visiting the birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low, who founded the Girl Scouts of the United States of America, to experiencing the fun frights of a ghost tour, there's something for every member of your family in Savannah. 

Some of our most recommended activities for children in Savannah are:  Leopold's Ice Cream, The Savannah Children's museum, The Georgia State Railroad Museum, The Jepson Center, Forsyth Park --- all walkable from The Marshall House.  If you don't mind a short drive, we also recommend a visit to Oatland Island Wildlife Center and Fort Pulaski.

Visit Tybee Island

Guests at The Marshall House often ask us about visiting Tybee Island, Savannah's beach.  Tybee is a short and easy 25-30 minute drive from The Marshall House, and we highly recommend it as a quick day trip from your home-base here with us on Broughton Street.  

Tybee Island is an easily accessible barrier island rich in both history and natural beauty.  The island's three miles of uninterrupted public beach make the perfect playground for visitors looking for a little something different to experience during their stay.  

Visit Tybee Island

Guests at The Marshall House often ask us about visiting Tybee Island, Savannah's beach.  Tybee is a short and easy 25-30 minute drive from The Marshall House, and we highly recommend it as a quick day trip from your home-base here with us on Broughton Street.  

Tybee Island is an easily accessible barrier island rich in both history and natural beauty.  The island's three miles of uninterrupted public beach make the perfect playground for visitors looking for a little something different to experience during their stay.  

See River Street

In the late 1800s, River Street and the Old Cotton Exchange were the center of commerce. Iron bridges, cobblestone streets, and sidewalks tie together a unique multilevel collection of 19th-century buildings.  Today, you'll find find a multitude of popular bars, restaurants, and shops along the riverfront.  It's one of the must-see Savannah places to visit, best known for hosting one of largest St Patrick's Day celebrations in the US.

See River Street

In the late 1800s, River Street and the Old Cotton Exchange were the center of commerce. Iron bridges, cobblestone streets, and sidewalks tie together a unique multilevel collection of 19th-century buildings.  Today, you'll find find a multitude of popular bars, restaurants, and shops along the riverfront.  It's one of the must-see Savannah places to visit, best known for hosting one of largest St Patrick's Day celebrations in the US.


20 Nearby Things to Do in Savannah

Here's what most Marshall House guests inquire about when looking for things to do in Savannah:

  1. Haunted Ghost Tours - Trolleys pick up from the hotel
  2. Take an over-view trolley tour of Savannah
  3. Shopping and dining on Broughton Street - Right outside the door
  4. Spas - Several options within a few blocks
  5. River Street - Walk 6 blocks
  6. Forsyth Park - Walk 1.0 Mile-15 minutes
  7. City Market - Walk 5 blocks
  8. Telfair & Jepson Museums - Walk 9 blocks
  9. The Davenport House Museum - Walk 3 blocks
  10. The Owens Thomas House Museum - Walk 2 blocks
  11. SCAD Museum of Art- Walk 0.6 Mile-14 Minutes
  12. Julitte Gordon Low Birthplace- Walk 6 Blocks
  13. The Pirates' House- Walk 8 Blocks
  14. Mercer House- 0.7 Mile-15 Minutes
  15. Alex Raskin Antiques- 0.7 Mile-15 Minutes
  16. Colonial Park Cemetery-  Walk 6 Blocks
  17. Bonaventure Cemetery - Drive 5 miles or take a tour with transportation to and from hotel
  18. Wormsloe Plantation- Drive 9.4 Miles-16 Minutes
  19. Tybee Island - Savannah's Beach -  Drive 18 miles
  20. Fort Pulaski- Drive 13.7 Miles-22 Minutes

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