Out on the Islands
*Drive/Uber* $ 7755 US 80 East 912.987.0802
Davis Produce is hard to miss on the side of Highway 80 right before the Tybee Causeway and it's worth a stop. The best local produce and pickle selection around, they also have the best damn boiled peanuts in Savannah! No day on the water is complete without them.
Savannah Canoe and Kayak
*Drive/Uber* 414 Bonaventure Road Savannah, GA 912.341.9502
If you want to go explore the marshes and islands by canoe or kayak, with a guide or without, Savannah Canoe and Kayak is the ticket. Run by locals with tours, sales, and rentals available.
*Drive/Uber* 30 Meddin Drive Tybee Island 912.786.5801
The Georgia coast’s oldest and tallest lighthouse, this light station is still fully functional as well as housing a museum and an 1899 military battery across the street. Private sunrise and sunset tours are also available and guarantee some great photos.
Pin Point Heritage Museum
*Drive/Uber* 9924 Pin Point Ave Savannah, GA 912.355.0064
The Pin Point Heritage Museum, located in the old A.S. Varn & Son Oyster and Crab Factory, offers a chance to experience the Gullah/Geechee culture first hand. For nearly 100 years, the community of Pin Point was quietly isolated on the banks of the Moon River just south of Savannah, but now the museum offers a chance to explore its history.
For much of the 19th century, masonry fortifications were the United States’ main defense against overseas enemies. However, during the Civil War, new technology proved its superiority to these forts. The Union army used rifled cannon and compelled the Confederate garrison inside Fort Pulaski to surrender. The siege was a landmark experiment in the history of military science and invention.