My husband, our two teenage girls, and I had a wonderful time exploring Savannah during our long weekend trip. We were able to see the entire city using the Ogelthorpe trolley tour. And because it is the most haunted city in the country, we just had to do their trolley ghost tour and then the Ghost Talk Ghost Walk tour the next night.
We had a perfect room for our family at the Olde Harbour Inn on the river front. My husband and I had our own bedroom downstairs and the girls had their privacy in the loft above the living room.
The city's architecture, food and stories make Savannah a must-see city. My suggestion, if you have not done so already, is read "the book"...Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. "The book" is mentioned several times on tours throughout the city. Other movie scenes were mentioned as well, such as Chippewa Square, where Forrest Gump sat on a bench and told his story, and the phone booth where Julia Roberts made a call in "Something to Talk About". The Pirates' House was a fun place to eat and while we waited for our table, we were given a tour of the centuries-old building. The Juliette Gordon Lowe house (the birthplace of the Girl Scouts) was beautiful and the tour guide had wonderful stories to tell about that amazing woman.
The people of Savannah were very welcoming to our family and we would love to visit again some day!