Explore Savannah's historic neighborhoods and discover the many charming and delightful faces of this fascinating city. Each one has something unique to offer, and you will want to visit each and every one.
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Officially designated a Historic Landmark District in 1966, the 2.2 square mile area runs from E. Broad Street to Martin Luther King Blvd., and from the Savannah River to Gaston Street, and is one of the largest such areas in the country.
Located on a bluff just above River Street, Factors Walk is a unique collection of restored cotton warehouses and merchant offices. The Bay Street buildings have been renovated into antique shops, historic inns, and offices. The old warehouses on River Street have been converted into pubs, restaurants and specialty shops.
Just two blocks from River Street, City Market has been reclaimed by the city and is now home to art studios and galleries, charming restaurants and unique shops.
The Riverfront Plaza on River Street is made up of nine blocks of shops in renovated historic warehouses where you can find casual and upscale dining, art galleries and specialty shops.
The fifty-block Victorian District is situated just south of the Historic District. This area contains a large number of Victorian homes featuring whimsical gingerbread trim, stained glass windows, and many unique architectural details.