• Meeting Logistics
    • Hospitality Desk
    • Convention Registration/Staffing
    • Audio/Visual Multimedia
    • Event Signage and Graphics
  • Transportation
    • Limousines
    • Trolleys
    • Motor Coaches
    • Carriages
    • Mini Buses
    • Meet and Greet Service
    • Airport Transfers
  • Special Services
    • Catering
    • Entertainment
      • Trios
      • Classical Ensembles
      • Blues & Jazz
      • Gospel Choirs and more...
    • In-Hotel Themed Party Deco
    • Floral Arrangements
    • Photography
    • Speakers and appearances by historical figures

  • Forsyth Park

    The 'Central Park' of Savannah offers a true Savannah-style southern postcard view, with Spanish moss hanging from huge old live oaks. The trees form a tunnel that frames the park's centerpiece, the two-tiered fountain, patterned after that in the Place de la Concord in Paris. Created in 1851, this 30-acre park offers a scenic backdrop for an unforgettable outdoor event.

  • The Historic Railroad Roundhouse

    Your attendees will delight in exploring the seven historic railroad structures and the collection of locomotives in this railroad museum. A steam engine makes its way around the operating turntable and the train's whistle calls your guests to dinner. This fascinating national landmark provides a wonderful backdrop for your event.

  • The Harper Fowlkes House

    The grande dame of mid-19th century mansions sits majestically on Orleans Square and recalls Savannah's antebellum days. An event set here is sure to impress anyone with an appreciation of history, architecture and fine furnishings. The courtyard is a special treat to unsuspecting visitors, with its exquisite landscape design, featuring a red maple grown from a seed from George Washington’s Virginia estate, Mount Vernon.

  • The Old Fort Jackson

    Step back into time at the oldest standing brick fortification in the state. Your attendees will discover the rich American history embedded in the walls of Old Fort Jackson. Historical reenactments, period music and cannon firings will bring the fort's past to life during your event.

  • The Telfair Museum

    Give your event an artistic flair with a setting at the oldest art museum in the South. The Telfair Mansion was designed by English architect William Jay and established as a museum in 1875. Your attendees can view the museum's splendid art collection while appreciating the building's classical Regency architecture.

  • The Savannah Station

    Savannah Station boasts a history as a stable for horses that hauled freight wagons and later as a depot for The American Railway Express. This 12,000 square foot space will transport your guests back to the Victorian era with its rich wood paneling, Tiffany-style lamps and exquisite chandeliers – creating the warmth of a late 19th century pub.


Add regional flavor to your event with a decidedly Southern theme.

Savannah's rich culture and history provides the perfect opportunity to customize your event with memorable style. Consider one of the following event ideas for your group:

    • Southern Charm
    • Blues and Bar-b-que
    • Low Country Casual
    • A Night at the Movies
    • Kentucky Derby Party
    • Casino Night
    • Savannah Pirates' Treasure Hideaway
  • Outdoor Activities
    • Golf Outings
    • Kayaking on tidal creeks and rivers
    • Inshore or Deep Sea Fishing Expeditions
    • Dolphin Watching Cruises
    • Naturalist Beach Walks
    • Skeet and Clay Shooting
  • Indoor Activities
    • Southern-style Cooking Demonstration by local chef
    • Creative Art Workshops
      • Jewelry making
      • Pottery
      • Faux finishing
      • Painting
      • etc...
    • Yoga
    • Antique Hunting
    • Colorful historical characters, local historians and other Southern speakers