Family friendly activities and dining establishments in Savannah.
1. Oatland Island Wildlife Center
Visit Savannah: Perfect for an afternoon outing in the fresh air! If it's warm out, wear your sunscreen and insect repellent! Be sure to check out the bobcats and the Wolf Wilderness!
2. Tybee Island Lighthouse
Visit Savannah: Terrific fun and exercise (that climb to the top can be a little brutal!) The view is worth it!
3. Leopold's Ice Cream
Visit Savannah: Who doesn't love a good ol' fashioned ice cream cone? Leopold's has wonderful sandwiches (think PB&J, Club & their famous shrimp salad) and delightful, unique ice cream flavors!
4. Sunrise Restaurant
Visit Savannah: A delicious and affordable breakfast spot, just outside of the Historic District. Both a breakfast menu and buffet, there is something for everyone at Sunrise. Don't miss the banana pudding!
5. Georgia State Railroad Museum
Visit Savannah: Family Happenings occur on Saturdays, usually once per month, usually on the 2nd Saturday of the month. The diesel train rides are a big hit with the kiddos!
6. Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace, National Historic Landmark
Visit Savannah: Visit this architectural and cultural treasure to learn more about the remarkable life and enduring legacy of Girl Scouts' founder, Juliette Gordon Low, better known as "Daisy"
7. Forsyth Park
Visit Savannah: Playgrounds galore…grassy, shady spots perfect for picnics, a fabulous Cafe + the perfect family photo op in front of the fountain!
8. Spanky's Pizza Gallery & Saloon
9. River Street Sweets
Visit Savannah: Ever heard the term 'Kid in a candy store'… this place will not disappoint! Go for the old school Caramel Apple. Perfection!
10. Back In The Day Bakery
travel42: Cupcakes. Any one you choose will be delicious.
11. 2012 Savannah St. Patrick's Day Parade
12. Savannah Children's Museum
Visit Savannah: It's outdoors, so wear sunscreen and hydrate before you go play!
13. sara jane children's boutique
Visit Savannah: Shop til you drop (and the little ones can play tea party and dress up) in this chic locally owned children's boutique. (Hint: you will usually find a sweet treat when you check out!)
14. Puppet People
Visit Savannah: Check out the new "J Low and Friends" show!
15. The Pirates' House
Visit Savannah: This restaurant is any child's dream, with candy in a treasure chest, kids' menus that turn into pirate hats and a real gold coin.
16. La' Berry
17. Telfair Museums' Jepson Center
Visit Savannah: The Art Zeum is fun AND educational for kids of all ages! We love the architectural building blocks! The Glass House is very unique.
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