Savannah Visitors and Welcome Center

A very useful first stop on arriving in Savannah for first time travelers to the Hostess City should be the Savannah Visitors Center. It is housed in a building that was formerly the Central of Georgia Railroad Station which was the first railroad in Georgia. The station was built in 1860 and is now a National Historic Landmark.

There is an abundance of useful information and brochures available at the Visitors Center as well as a slide show which will give an orientation to Savannah. Forty eight hour parking passes can be obtained for a nominal charge which will relieve unfamiliar historic district guests of the nuisance of plugging quarters into the historic district parking meters. The parking lot of the Visitors Center serves as one of the pick up points for the many tour bus and touring trolley companies that offer informative tours of the historic district. Of further note are the many renovated buildings, courtesy of Savannah College of Art and Design that can be found at this west of the district address just across Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. adjacent to the landmark historic district.

301 Martin Luther Kind Blvd.

(912) 944 - 0440

Seven days a week