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Things To Do in Savannah With Kids

Old Town Trolley tour stop 2 at Juliette Gordon Low House


Looking for the most efficient and entertaining way to visit many of the things to do in Savannah with kids? Look no further because Old Town Trolley Tours offers parents a relaxing way to tour all the best Savannah attractions for kids. Parents don’t have to worry about searching for directions to the Pirate’s House, driving to the Roundhouse Railroad Museum, or finding parking while traveling from all of Savannah’s best attractions.

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Our hop on and hop off trolley tours allow the parents to concentrate on having fun with their kids instead of worrying about logistics.

Your kids will thank you for giving them a fun-filled vacation and you’ll thank Old Town Trolley for taking care of the logistics. Also, kids under the age of 4 ride free!

Old Town Trolley tour stop 1 at Roundhouse Railroad MuseumStop #1 – Roundhouse Railroad Museum

Visit the most complete antebellum railroad complex in the United States. Guests can explore many historic structures including a machine shop, blacksmith shop, print shop and even a carpentry shop that now houses the Savannah Children’s Museum. Children especially like all the trains and interactive demonstrations. More on Roundhouse Railroad Museum.

Stop #7 – Jepson Center for the Arts/ArtZeum

Hands-on creative learning space for children of all ages. Children can build with architectural blocks, use special magnetic tiles to transform shapes into 3-D and relax in comfy chairs. Visit the ArtZeum to explore big ideas about the nature of art in a fun, family-oriented environment.

Stop #2 – Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace

Commemorating the life and times of Girl Scouts USA founder Juliette Gordon Low. Girl Scouts is now the largest education organization for girls in the world; but the group got its start right in Savannah. Even children who are not Girl Scouts enjoy this historical home since tours are tailored for younger audiences. Learn more about the ordinary and extraordinary aspects of Juliette Gordon Low’s life during your family trip to Savannah. More on Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace.

Walking through Forsyth Park in SavannahStop #4 – Forsyth Park

Nestled in the historic district of Savannah, you’ll find the beautiful grounds and gardens of Forsyth Park. In addition to a stunning array of flowers and foliage, there are walking paths, a café and a playground for kids. Visit Forsyth Park to sit by the elegant fountain at the park’s north entrance and take in the beauty of Savannah. More on Forsyth Park.

savannah pirates houseStop #9 – The Pirate’s House

Once a rendezvous spot for the most notorious pirates on the East Coast, the historic Pirates’ House is now a savory restaurant perfect for adults and children. Sit down with your family and enjoy authentic Southern food such as she crab soup and fried chicken. When you’re sufficiently stuffed, check out the gift shop and explore the restaurant’s underground tunnels. More on Pirates House.

Family walking along River Street in SavannahStop #10 – River Street

River Street is a must-do tourist attraction in Savannah. Full of shops, restaurants and candy stores, you can nibble on a sweet treat while ships sail by in the harbor. In the evening, you can take a ghost tour of Savannah with Ghosts and Gravestones to learn more about the city’s haunted history.

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