|Christmas decor at Romantic Inns of |
Savannah member, Catherine Ward Inn
We have joy! The secret? Spontaneity is often at the heart of joy in Savannah.
Even on Christmas day, there is much to do! Sure, it's that rare time when shops, museums, state and national parks are closed, sightseeing tours are on pause, and water taxi shuttles are docked. Families are celebrating.
Here the holidays are opportune times to simply slow your pace. Wander. Wonder. Ramble about. Our friendly southerners suggest that you mosey or gallivant with no particularly place to be, at no particular time.
Below are some ideas where we think you might find joy in Savannah. You'll notice we have enlisted some amazing sages!
Before December 1st, we'll activate a link HERE for open restaurants on Christmas day.
1. Savannah is a colonial town, so you'll see more greenery than lights at Christmas time. The beautiful mansion on Chippewa Square is one of our favorite lighted trees, and The Paris Market on Broughton Street always has whimsical window displays.“A thing of beauty is a joy forever.” ― John Keats, Endymion: A Poetic Romance