Savannah offers a ton of things to do and places to explore.
From historical sites, museums, family activities, special events, and much more.

Halloween in Savannah

Halloween is a really fun time to visit Savannah.
Frequently referred to as one of America’s most haunted cities.
The people of Savannah tend to pull out all the stops when it comes to Halloween festivities!

There are a wide range of things to do – from Halloween-themed bar crawls, Haunted Houses,
Trick or Treating through Savannah’s historic district – and of course, our famous Ghost Tours.
We’ve rounded up a list of some of the best Halloween going on this year, so don’t forget to pack your costume!

Haunted Pub Crawl

Savannah is famous for its Ghost Tours.
Being one of the south’s oldest cities, there’s history everywhere,
and not all of it is as beautiful as the city itself.
What better way to prepare for Halloween than checking out some of Savannah’s
most haunted sites and having a few drinks along the way?

There are a few different options for Haunted Pub Crawls, but one of our favorites
is the Creepy Crawl Haunted Pub Tour, it fills up fast this time of year so make sure to book ahead!

To reserve your spot visit:

Take a Tour in a Hearse!

Ever wanted to ride in a hearse, but not be dead?
In Savannah, groups of the living travel in hearses all over town on a daily basis, and you can too!

Hearse Ghost Tours in Savannah has a fleet of specially modified hearses that run tours
of all the most haunted spots in America’s “Most Haunted City”.

If you’re vacationing in Savannah around Halloween,
don’t pass up the chance to take a hearse ride and get in the “spirit” of the holiday!

$20 for adults / $12 for children ages 10 and under

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"Winter Time" is a fun time!

Christmas time is beautiful in Savannah; the light posts around downtown Savannah become adorned with red ribbons,
fir branches, and bustling Broughton Street is illuminated by twinkling lights.
Join in the festivities around town, and make it a holiday to remember! 

Holidays on Broughton | Savannah Dream Vacations

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Broughton Street is Savannah’s best shopping destination – with dozens of stores like H&M, Gap, Savannah Bee Company, J Crew, and Urban Outfitters,
there is something for everyone!
Broughton Street has always been a great place to take the family shopping,


On Friday November 29th, help kick off the Christmas season in historic downtown Savannah for the Holiday Tree Lighting! (corner of Broughton & Bull Streets)

Make sure to stick around after the tree lighting for musical performances,
Santa’s arrival and much more!
If you can’t make it to the tree lighting, but still want to participate
in the holiday cheer, no worries!
There will be tons of festivities and loads more fun to be had until
the closing day of the festival on December 31st!

Annual Savannah Santa Train at Georgia State Railroad Museum

Savannah Santa Train will be taking young and old
for a funn holiday ride every 20 minutes between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Dec. 7 2019 at the Georgia State Railroad Museum, 655 Louisville Road.


Each year, the Savannah Civic Center offers ice skating for the whole family.
Skatefest takes place between December and January and features the transformation of the
Martin Luther King Junior Arena from an entertainment venue into a skating rink!
Adults and children of all ages can enjoy 1.5-hour skating sessions that include skate rental.

Savannah Civic Center Box Office Hours:
Monday-Friday from 10:00 AM until 5:00 PM.

Holiday Lights Nights At


The Botanical Garden is a historic public garden located
15 miles from historic downtown Savannah.

The Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens is a feast for the eyes during the holiday season!
This year’s event will feature 1,000,000+ lights and a wealth of new displays.


Come celebrate New Year’s Eve with friends and
family along Savannah’s Waterfront.
A beautiful fireworks show will begin at midnight to bring
in the new decade.