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Savannah, Georgia might just be the quintessential southern city full of charm and history. Located on the coast of Georgia, Savannah boasts beautiful coastal views, historic architecture, and great southern flair. Plus, the arts scene in Savannah is rich and continues to grow each year. It is a particular hot spot for performing arts with great events like the Savannah Music Festival and local performing arts companies like The Little Theater of Savannah, a community-based theater company. Plus, Savannah boasts the Telfair Museum of Art, the oldest public art museum in the South, with over 4,500 works of art.
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Head out to the coast on a lazy weekend afternoon for some quality family fun. Be sure to check out Tybee Island where you can see a historic lighthouse, the first along the southern American coast, and play around on one of several public beaches. Other great attractions include the Bamboo Farm and Coastal Gardens and the Oatland Island Wildlife Center. The wildlife center is actually a part of the public school system, so kids from all over the Savannah area get to come learn about wildlife and the environment and see animals in their natural habitats. If you choose to stay in town, check out the shopping in the historic district. Browse through local stores like Custard Boutique or the Antiques Emporium on 38th St., and be sure to check out The Paula Deen Store for some good southern kitchen wares.
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