Latisha and Brandon Hicks visited our Savannah visitor center from North Carolina!
The newest addition to the Savannah Visitor Center racks is a counter card for Encryption, a live action escape and adventure game. It’s family friendly and the players are required to escape a room by solving a mystery using only their wits. It’s the brainchild of Karin Johnson and her son Seth.
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Gary Webb took some time to display a bit of military history at Savannah’s Main Visitor Center on MLK. Gary is proprietor of one of Savannah’s hidden gems. The Webb Military Museum at 411 East York Street. The Museum has a vast collection of military memorabilia from the Civil War to Iraq and Afghanistan.
Everyone’s welcome at the Savannah Visitor Center on MLK. These three guys brought their people with them. Left is Charlie, a Cotton de Toulear, rare breed from Madagascar c currently learning to love Hockey in Toronto. Right is Tinkerbell the tiny Yorkie and Mollie, a Westie. They’re from Tampa. Great faces show up at the Visitor Center.
There isn't a more beautiful city in the world in which to walk than Savannah. And nobody walks better than dedicated Volkswalkers. Plotting their route at the Savannah Visitor Center are Susan and Clark Schaffer of New Oxford, PA
The Main Visitor Center on MLK welcomes people from all over the world. From Israel Zipi and Zeevek Meire (left) and Haya Visensky (far right) took time for a picture with Savannah First Impression Specialist Joel Weber. They were delighted to learn about Savannah’s rich Jewish heritage.
Staying on top of what’s new in Savannah is a top priority for the staff at Savannah’s Visitor Centers. Recerntly the staff stored Savannah’s newest attraction Ghost Coast Distillery — the city’s first legal label distillery in more than 100-years. Ghost Coast does tours (with tasting). It’s currently producing vodka and bourbon (although the bourbon won’t be ready for market for another year. Operations Manager John Brannon was the tour guide.
Savannah's a pretty nice place to be in February - particularly when home is snowy Alaska and Wyoming. Left to right: Joan Lower, Girdwood, AK; Lisa McDonald, Cody Wy; Lisa Fletcher, Anchorage make walking plans at the Savannah Visitor Center gift shop on MLK.
These are kind of fun -- a neat variety of Savannah souvenir shot glasses available in the Savannah Visitor Center gift shop at 301 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Visitors also receive a free postcard just for stopping in.