Top 5 things to do in Savannah, Georgia with your family

The 2022 Annual CAAG conference will be held at the beautifully renovated Marriott Savannah Riverfront Hotel, Savannah, Georgia. The conference is just a few months away (March 31 – April 2) and if you haven’t registered yet, click here! Is your family tagging along? Then this is for you!

Make plans in Savannah with your family with these ideas:

1. Forsythe Park

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In the very center of Savannah lies 30-acres of a green oasis that is family friendly and full of spots to play, picnic and enjoy! The city’s most most famous fountain was installed in 1858 and modeled after the fountains at the Place de la Concorde in Paris. The fountain is centered at the northern edge of the park that is perfect for selfies and family photos! There are two playgrounds located in the park, one for smaller aged children and one for older kids.

There are tennis and basketball courts located to the south portion of the park and on the main strip hosts the Saturday farmer’s market!

2. Savannah Waterfront

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Take a few steps out of the hotel venue and walk along the waterfront! River Street is Savannah’s most fun destination for food, shopping and even nightlife. There are more than 70 shops, hotels, restaurants and more you can go to on the waterfront. River Street is the ultimate spot to sit back, relax and enjoy a gorgeous view of the Savannah River. River Street is also the ideal location for ship-watching – dozens of giant container ships pass by daily!

There are dozens are experiences on the waterfront. Take in the sunset, watch the ships go by, run, walk or visit the many vendors on the street! You’ll have plenty to do and shop visiting the waterfront!

3. Visit the Savannah Children’s Museum

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The Savannah Children’s Museum is located in Tricentennial Park and is the perfect place for your children to explore and play. The museum is currently completely outdoors located in the old Central of Georgia Railway Carpentry Shop lower level and upper courtyard. There are more than a dozen exhibits for children that will expand their minds and imaginations. The museum features a sensory garden, exploration maze, a reading nook and more! Visit with your children to let them imagine, learn and play! Visit to play your visit!

4. The Ultimate Dinosaur Adventure

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One part Indiana Jones, one part Dora the Explorer. The Ultimate Dinosaur Adventure is a unique experience for your family to have in Savannah! A dinosaur adventure is available every Saturday at 10:45am & 1pm and Sundays at 1pm. Dusty the Dinosaur and Junior Explorers (aimed at ages 6-12) can travel back 150 million years to learn all about the dinosaurs hidden throughout the Generator Hall and get fully immersed in prehistoric times. Each Junior Explorer will have the chance to collect stamps by completing exciting challenges and gathering fun facts. To learn more visit

5. Take a walk through the Historic Landmark District

There are landmarks on every corner of the Historic District, which is located in the hub of downtown Savannah. This district was established in 1966 and is one of the oldest local historic districts in the country. Learn more about all 13 unique historic districts throughout Savannah. Learn more about where major landmarks are here —

All our members love going to Savannah for sightseeing and River Street! The exhibitors and attendees love the open atrium where exhibits are located. the program will begin with a Meet & Greet Reception on Thursday evening March 31 and conclude at 1:00 pm on Saturday, April 2, so make your room reservations accordingly.

Through the next few weeks we will be posting more blogs on places to see and eat while you’re in Savannah!