Celebrate Labor Day Weekend in Savannah. The best way to see all the Savannah attractions and historic sites is to hop aboard Old Town Trolley. The fireworks show starts at 9:15 p.m. If you’re looking for an all day party on Sunday, this is the best place to be.
Saturday of Labor Day Weekend – Savannah International Trade & Convention Center
Experience multiple indoor and outdoor beer gardens as well as a cornhole tournament, mead garden and silent disco. Everywhere you look, local and international craft beers will be on display for your enjoyment.
Sunday of Labor Day Weekend
Stop by the Tybee Island Labor Day Beach Bash for live entertainment, fireworks and tons of partying by the ocean.
Friday & Sunday of Labor Day Weekend at Rousakis Riverfront Plaza
If you’re planning to stay in Savannah after Labor Day, be sure to check out the Bacon Fest! Local restaurants will treat festival-goers to delicious bacon entrees, appetizers and more. Perfect for all ages, the festivities begin on Friday from 4 – 10 p.m. and continue on Sunday from 10 a.m. – 10 p.m. For more information about this annual event, contact the Savannah Waterfront Association at (912) 234-0295.
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If you’re visiting during the Savannah Labor Day Weekend, don’t forget to include the Old Town Trolley Tour in your itinerary. The best way to visit all the Savannah attractions and historic sites in one weekend is to hop aboard Old Town Trolley when you arrive and see the best sites first. This allows you to plan your vacation around the activities that interest you and your family the most. You can hop on and off at your leisure.
If you are a Savannah resident, take advantage of the Old Town Trolley Tours Hometown Pass program. After your registration is verified, you will receive free admission to the historic Savannah Tour each time you bring a full paying guest. Learn more about the Hometown Pass today.
Explore the haunted past of Savannah before the Halloween crowds start up. See some of the city’s spookiest sites, including the Andrew Low House, Perkins and Sons Ship Chandlery and much more. Climb aboard the Trolley of the Doomed for a chilling “frightseeing” tour you’ll never forget. Savannah Ghost Tours depart nightly.