Easter is just around the corner and we’ve got plenty of fun-filled events and activities to celebrate it! Get ready to get into the tradition and enjoy the best go-to places for an ultimate family bonding experience. Here’s how you can spend Easter in Savannah:

Easter Egg Hunt

Easter Egg Hunt has been the most common way of celebrating Easter all around the globe. This is an annual game where decorated Easter eggs are hidden for children and adults to find. Many activities are also done with decorating the eggs. If you're thinking of activities to join this weekend, your kids will love these events. 

Here are some of the places where you can sign up and join the hunt:

Easter Egg Hunt 

When: April 1, 2018

Where: 3894 Fort McAllister Road, Richmond Hill, GA 31324

Say hello to the Easter Bunny at Fort McAllister. Eggs will be hidden all throughout the park so have fun and get in line with other egg hunters! 

Easter Egg Hunt by Save Our Youth Savannah 

When: March 31, 2018

Where: Daffin Park 1301 East Victory Drive Savannah, GA 31404 United States

Enjoy a great company, food, music, and thousands of eggs to find! This day is reserved for FUN!

Easter Egg Hunt and Family Fun Day 

When: March 31, 2018

Where: Allen E. Paulson Softball Complex 7171 Skidaway Road Savannah, GA31406

Be a part of this fun-filled family day! There are plenty of eggs for everyone as Sweet Feet is providing over 20,000 Easter eggs! Also enjoy lots of food, great music, games and more! 

Check out our list of weekend events in Savannah on our next blog.

Visit and Explore the City

Explore Savannah and visit the city’s most cherished tourist spots while hopping in a trolley. 15 stops from Savannah Visitor Center, Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace, Madison Square, Forsyth Park, Massie Heritage Museum,  Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, City Market,  Davenport House, Pirates House, River Street, Bay Street/Factors, Walk Exchange Bell, Ellis Square, Ships of the Sea Museum, Old Town Trolley Welcome Center and many more. 

Have a Walk with Nature at Forsyth Park

If you want to relax, a breath of fresh air is what you need. Take a walk at Savannah’s Forsyth Park. Occupying a large 30 acres of land, Forsyth Park contains walking paths, cafes, children’s play area, Fragrant Garden for the blind, a large fountain, tennis courts, basketball courts, areas for soccer and Frisbee and Savannah’s Shamrock Rugby Club team.

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Be in awe of the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist

See for yourself the impressive architecture and landscaping of the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist’s gothic towers. Constructed during 1799 by the first French colonists, the intricate details of how the church was made never fail to amaze any tourists who pay a visit at the cathedral. The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist is open Monday through Saturday from 9 to 11:45 a.m. and from 12:45 to 5 p.m., while Sundays are reserved for religious ceremonies. You don't have to pay to look around, but a donation is highly appreciated.

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Capture Nature’s Beauty at Wormsloe Historic Site

Walk along the lined oak trees dressed in Spanish moss and capture Wormsloe Historic Site’s captivating beauty. The site is known to many travelers for a photo op, especially the ruins of Wormsloe, the oldest standing structure in Savannah and the colonial estate of Noble Jones. Visitors can also have a tour of the small museum featuring Savannah’s most treasured artifacts.

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