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Historical Charm Meets Modern Comforts
Hospitality is key in the historic and unique Marshall House, which holds the title of Savannah's oldest hotel and is located in the heart of Savannah's Historic District.
Many points of interest are within walking distance of The Marshall House including the renowned Savannah City Market. A five-minute walk will bring you to River Street and several town squares and historic homes are also within walking distance. Tybee Island, Savannah's Beachfront is a twenty-minute drive from The Marshall House.
To assist in your explorations, The Marshall House concierge is available to help you with private carriage tours, walking tours, bus and trolley tours, historic home and garden tours, or haunted ghost tours.
Wired and wireless Internet is available in each guest room as well as in the library and lobby along with twenty-four hour use of the complimentary business center. Mornings begin with a newspaper delivered to your door and an expanded continental breakfast at 45 Bistro, the hotel's on-site restaurant. On Saturdays and Sundays you are invited to enjoy the Savannah Morning News in the library. Two complimentary bottles of water can be found in your room each day along with two robes and copies of current local magazines.
Sunday through Thursday evenings, complimentary wine and cheese are served from 5:30PM to 7:00PM.
Welcome to The Marshall House
Stay in Savannah's First Hotel...The Marshall House
Discover the most elegant and unique hotel in Savannah, Georgia at The Marshall House. With only 65 rooms and three suites, The Marshall House offers an intimate and unique alternative to the large, less-personal hotel chains. All rooms recently underwent a $1 million renovation and offer a balance of comfort and historic style. Experience true historic Savannah for yourself by reserving a room at The Marshall House.
The Marshall House's authentic and historic Savannah ambience is supported by exceptional service standards and amenities, including world-class Concierge Service. Visited often by a loyal clientele, The Marshall House Concierge caters to frequent visitors who have become accustomed to the gracious and welcoming hospitality offered each and every guest.
The Marshall House, Savannah's first hotel, proudly offers historical charm, classic Southern hospitality and the modern conveniences you need for a most pleasurable stay in our beautiful city. Our amenities range from standard extras, such as high-speed wired and wireless Internet access and turndown service to specialized touches to really make you feel pampered, such as complimentary copies of current local magazines, robes in your room, and even a library. We make sure you want for nothing while staying at The Marshall House, our bed and breakfast in Savannah, GA, and should you need anything at all, our Concierge on duty will be pleased to assist.
Complimentary Amenities at Savannah's First Hotel
- Complimentary wired and wireless high-speed Internet access in each guestroom
- Wireless connectivity in our library and lobby areas
- 24-Hour complimentary use of our business center including computer, printer and internet acess
- Each evening, you will receive turndown service, with soft lighting, soothing music and a sweet treat
- Two robes for use in your room
- Complimentary expanded Continental Breakfast at 45 Bistro, including bagels, pastries, toast, fruit, juices, cereals, and a variety of fresh quiches
- Two complimentary bottles of water in your room each day
- Personal amenities such as scented soaps, lotions, shampoo, and conditioner in each room
- Newspaper delivered to your door on weekday mornings
- On Saturday and Sunday enjoy the Savannah Morning News in the library
- Complimentary copies of current local magazines for use in your room, including Savannah Magazine and The South Magazine
- Complimentary wine and cheese, Sunday-Thursday cerved in our library from 5:30- 7 pm.
Free membership in our guest rewards program. After nine nights, your tenth night is free. Please see a Guest Services Representative for details during your stay.
The Marshall House is a member of the Bed and Breakfasts of Savannah, a collection of six award-winning inns in the heart of Savannah's famous Historic District. The inns are locally owned and operated by HLC Hotels, a Savannah-based hotel group that's been in business here for more than 30 years.
Please Visit Our Sister Inns for Additional Accommodation & Special Event Options:
Travelers are always looking for memorable and relaxing experiences. Let’s discover more through the words of our innkeepers. Many thanks to Russ Mitchell for sharing his own secrets with BBOnline.com! Why do most travelers stay at your inn?
Whether you're in town for a romantic getaway, a business meeting, family vacation, or even a wedding, The Marshall House Savannah offers the privacy, amenities, accommodations, location, space and incomparable service you're looking for. The Marshall House offers our guests an incomparable location in the heart of Savannah’s Historic District, and the history of its oldest hotel.
What are you best known for? What makes your inn unique? What do you love most about your inn?
The Marshall House holds the singular distinction of being the oldest hotel in one of the country's most beautiful cities—Savannah.
The Marshall House was named as a National Historic Building on April 1, 2000 by The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation. The Hotel has its original staircases (some of the spindles and gingerbread have been recreated), original wood floors, fireplaces, brick walls, and the doors to each guest room are original as well.
If someone has never been to your city, what is the #1 reason to come visit?
Savannah is Georgia’s oldest settlement, and known for its history, its beautiful Squares, and Low Country landscape, and of course, Tybee Island. Guests to our city enjoy over 275 years of architecture, shopping, cuisine, arts, hauntings, and romantic getaways.
What’s the best compliment you have ever received about the inn?
Here are some of our favorite compliments:
- "Marshall House was perfect mix of old character and modern convenience. I loved it and I usually hate everything."
- "It was truly AMAZING!"
- "If I could live there I would."
What’s the best kept secret about the area?
The people are the best kept secret around here. Savannahians are known for their, open, friendly natures. It’s hard to be anything but friendly when you live in a town this beautiful.
If a traveler is staying at your inn for 4 nights, what should he/she do in the area?
travelers staying longer than a weekend should visit Savannah’s Historic District and Squares. Take a trolley, tour a house museum, take a boat on the Riverfront, and all within walking distance of the Marshall House. (Of course, you will find the perfect end to your day at Leopold’s Ice cream, just a block away!)
Visit Tybee Island, Savannah’s Beach! Tybee is a twenty minute drive from Savannah and was recently named one of the “Best Family Beaches” by Fodors.p> Tour the Wormsloe Plantation State Park, and Bonnaventure Cemetery.p> You cannot leave Savannah hungry! Sample some of Savannah’s famous Low Country Cuisine and enjoy the freshest seafood around!
Is there anything within walking distance of your inn?
When it comes to location and setting, no other hotel in Savannah compares to the perfectly situated Marshall House. This unique 68-room Savannah hotel has the perfect historic location downtown on Broughton Street in the heart of Savannah's historic district. Walk five minutes in one direction, and you're on River Street. Head out in another, and you're in City Market. Savannah's famous squares, historic homes, and sultry night clubs are all within walking distance.
What is your favorite restaurant/food in the area?
There are a host of great restaurants offering the best in Low Country cuisine. Local favorites include Shrimp & Grits, fresh picked crab, SheCrab stew, oysters, and Low Country boil.
Of course, the Marshall House has one of Savannah’s finest restaurants, 45 Bistro located right inside! With nightly praises from the locals and printed raves from national critics, 45 Bistro's amazing array of culinary delights makes it a treasured Savannah dining spot.
Any good area guides/websites that travelers could reference?
Trip Advisor is an amazing resource, as it allows you to see reviews from other Savannah visitors more recently posted than anything you will find in a guidebook.
How many rooms does your inn have?
The Marshall House has 65 guest rooms, each with distinctive nineteenth-century original features, as well as 3 suites.
Do you accept pets?
No. The Marshall House is unable to allow pets. However, we do welcome service animals.
Ask Our Concierge
Let our Concierge attend to all of your needs to ensure a memorable and successful travel experience. From dinner reservations to tickets and tours, we can assist you in creating your own unique itinerary for exploring Savannah.
Our concierge can help you with the following:
- Private carriage tours
- Walking or bus/trolley tours of Savannah
- Spa Services
- Historic Home and Garden Tours
- Gift baskets
- Floral services
- Shopping recommendations
- Dinner reservations
- Taxi transportation
- Rental cars
Concierge Contact Information:
- Toll Free: 1-800-589-6304
- Phone: (912) 644-7896
- Email: email@example.com
History of The Marshall House
The Oldest Hotel in Savannah
Among all the hotels in Savannah, GA—including of course, the historic district—The Marshall House holds the singular distinction of being the oldest hotel in one of the country's most beautiful cities—Savannah. The historic district is home to a wide array of beautiful hotels, homes and businesses, complete with 24 historic squares. You'll love strolling through this beautiful old city, and when it's time to turn in, the history stays with you when you retire to your room or suite and enjoy the amenities of The Marshall House.
A Gem Among the Finest Savannah Historic District Hotels
Original features of this historic hotel include authentic 19th Century doors, windows, railings, mouldings, and high ceilings. Some rooms have antique claws-foot tubs and access to a wrought iron balcony reconstructed to replicate the building's original veranda of the early 1900s. Discover the most elegant and unique hotel in Savannah at The Marshall House. Experience true historic Savannah for yourself by reserving a room at The Marshall House—the perfect compliment to venturing out and immersing yourself in the illustrious history of Savannah.
A Historical Account of Savannah's Oldest Hotel
In 1851, businesswoman Mary Marshall, noting that Savannah was woefully in need of visitor accommodations, built the four-story Marshall House Hotel. It served as a hospital for soldiers during the Civil War. It was also home to Joel Chandler Harris, author of the famous Uncle Remus stories. By 1956, the hotel had closed and the first floor was used for businesses. In 1999, $12 million was invested in its spectacular restoration. The award-winning results are stunning, combining elegance and historical authenticity with 21st century conveniences. There is truly no place in Savannah like it.
A Name in the History Books
The Marshall House was named as a National Historic Building on April 1, 2000 by The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation. The Hotel has its original staircases (some of the spindles and gingerbread have been recreated), original wood floors, fireplaces, brick walls, and the doors to each guest room are original as well. The Atrium was the courtyard and has been encased with a glass ceiling to give the sensation of what once was. The artifacts displayed on floors two and three were found during the renovation.
Milestones of The Marshall House
1851—Mary L. Marshall opens The Marshall House on Broughton Street in Savannah's premier shopping district.
1857—Ralph Meldrim, proprietor of The Marshall House, erects an iron veranda in front of the property 120 feet in length and 12 feet wide and high. The veranda becomes one of the signature features of The Marshall House.
1859—Having been fully renovated, repainted, and refurbished, the hotel reopens to the public.
1864/1865—The hotel is occupied by Union troops led by General William Tecumseh Sherman. The building was used as a Union hospital for wounded soldiers until the end of the Civil War.
1867—Marshall Hose Company (Volunteer Fire Department) was founded to protect The Marshall House and other properties in Savannah.
1880—The adjoining building, known as the "Florida House", was annexed as part of The Marshall House, increasing the hotel's capacity by about one third.
1899—Hotel reopens as The Marshall House and features electric lights and hot and cold baths on every floor.
1933—Herbert W. Gilbert, prominent hotel and real estate man of Jacksonville, leases the building and changes the name to the Gilbert Hotel.
1941—Herbert Gilbert sells hotel and eight stores. The property is now steam heated and features a lobby, dining room, living room, reading room, 66 guest rooms, one suite, an apartment and six storage rooms.
1946—The Marshall House reopens with a complete renovation.
1957—The 106 year old Marshall House closes. Extensive alterations to put the hotel in full compliance with state fire laws were not possible on a short-term lease.
1998—Renovations to The Marshall House begin once again.
1999—The Marshall House, having been fully restored and renovated, reopens to the public as Savannah's oldest hotel.
2001—HLC Hotels, Inc., a Savannah-owned and operated hotel management company, purchases The Marshall House.
2003—Marshall House featured on The Travel Channel's Great Hotels.
2004—Marshall House voted "Best of Savannah."
2005—Marshall House voted "Best of Savannah" for the second time.
2005—Marshall House featured on the Travel Channel's Haunted Hotels.
2006—Marshall House named as one of Coastal Living's Top 20 Places to Stay.
2008—Complete renovation of Marshall House's guest rooms and suites.
Who Was Mary Marshall?
Mary Leaver Marshall, the original proprietor of The Marshall House, was the daughter of Gabriel Leaver, a French cabinetmaker with a shrewd vision for developing Savannah's land.
He purchased a number of choice plots of land in the business section of the city, held onto them tenaciously, and left them to his daughter upon his death. An enterprising and energetic lady, she continued to buy land and prospered with the city, living to the age of 93.
She passed away in 1877 and left the running of the hotel to a former New Englander, William Coolidge. A family legend confirmed by Georgia Historical Society records states that Mr. Coolidge hoisted the first flag declaring Georgia's secession from the Union.
Mary Marshall was married to Colonel James Marshall—his portrait is over the fireplace in the Library—a Second Lieutenant in the Savannah Volunteer Guard (SVG), the city's volunteer military group of which Mary was an active supporter. She was recognized by the SVG on two separate occasions for battle flags she created for the troops with her own hands.
A photograph of Mrs. Marshall's "town home" which was located on the corner of Oglethorpe Avenue and Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. is available for viewing outside of The Mary Marshall Suite, Room 205.
Award Winning Dining at 45 Bistro
Fine Dining in Savannah at The 45 Bistro
Enjoy some of the best fine dining in Savannah at 45 Bistro, located right in the heart of the Savannah Historic District. With stunning decor, cathedral ceilings and wall-sized windows letting in the light and beauty of Savannah's gorgeous flora, fauna, architecture and passersby, 45 Bistro offers regular diners and wedding celebrants an uncommonly beautiful setting for a delicious meal, anniversary party or wedding reception.
The Perfect Spot for a Wedding
45 Bistro serves not only as a private dining facility. For special occasions, the restaurant accommodates reception space for groups of all sizes. Whether you're hosting an intimate gathering for ten or a major reception for up to 250 guests, there's plenty of room and food for everyone.
Fine Dining in Savannah
Of course, 45 Bistro wouldn't be one of the most popular restaurants in town if it weren't for the incredible food served up nightly for dinner or prepared especially for a wedding or other special occasion. With nightly praises from the locals and printed raves from national critics, 45 Bistro's amazing array of culinary delights makes it a treasured Savannah dining spot. So if you're looking for a Savannah hotel with on-site dining, you won't want to miss a stay at The Marshall House Hotel.
- 45 Bistro Lounge—Opens at 5 p.m.
- 45 Bistro Restaurant—Opens at 6 p.m.
- Closed on Sundays
Reservations are recommended. Please call 912.234.3111 to reserve your table.
If you're looking for the ultimate family reunion, special occasion or wedding space in Savannah, Georgia, The Marshall House's downtown location and elegant ambiance provides the perfect accommodations for visiting family and friends. The hotel is near popular wedding and event locations, including Forsyth Park, Savannah's romantic gazebos, squares, and many downtown houses of worship.
The Perfect Place for a Special Event
Renowned as one of the best among Savannah special event, party and wedding planning professionals, The Marshall House's Event Coordinator knows just what to do to ensure that your big day is a seamless success. From graduation and retirement parties to business meetings, family reunions, anniversary gatherings and wedding receptions, nowhere else in Savannah offers the splendor, charm and specialized service you'll enjoy at The Marshall House.
Wedding and Event Specialities Include
- Exceptional accommodations for your out-of-town guests
- 65 historic, yet modern-styled guest rooms
- Three Deluxe Suites for the bride, groom and wedding VIPs
- One-of-a-kind setting for your wedding ceremony or reception
- Full catering service available by 45 Bistro
Corporate Travel & Business Meetings
At The Marshall House, you'll find the true essence of Savannah in a one-of-a-kind setting. While you may be in town for work, we make it easy for you to experience the history and charm of Savannah while you're here on business. Known as "Savannah's Oldest Hotel," we provide accommodations rich with touches of the past, complete with all the modern-day amenities you need to get your work done.
Business Friendly Accommodations and Amenities
When you stay with us, the word mundane may never cross your lips again when it comes to describing business travel. Our beautiful guest rooms, luxury suites, balcony rooms and vast array of amenities are sure to brighten your idea of what a corporate trip can be. We offer special rates for our esteemed corporate and group travelers. We even host meetings for you, and provide incomparable, personalized service you won't find anywhere else.
Meeting Rooms at The Marshall House
Our meeting rooms are perfect for small sales conferences, corporate off-site meetings and other business gatherings.
From the classic intimacy of the Leopold Adler Boardroom to the luxurious W.W. Law Room, The Marshall House offers unsurpassed quality, charm and service. Exquisite catering provided by The Marshall House's restaurant, 45 Bistro, makes your meeting completely worry-free.
Our entire staff is pleased to invite you to discover our unsurpassed service. We look forward to helping you enjoy a spectacular meeting for your organization.
Awards & Accolades
The Marshall House has been featured in numerous magazines, newspapers, online and on television.
Most recent publicity:
Haunted Hotels Provide the Perfect October Getaway: FoxNews.com - October 12, 2011.
The April 2011 issue of Southern Living Magazine.
Featured on the Travel Channel's Great Hotels Television Series!
Samantha Brown, host of The Travel Channel's popular show Great Hotels, is well-known for touring some of the country's finest hotels. For the show, Samantha visited The Marshall House, and stayed in one of the hotel's Broughton Balcony Rooms, which features a classic Savannah balcony overlooking Broughton Street. Her on-camera tour of the hotel includes the Library, suites and guest rooms, with special attention to the amenities, architectural details and fun facts. On camera and off, Samantha befriends hotel employees and shares her humor and style with The Marshall House.
The Marshall House Interview with Samantha Brown
While Samantha took a break from the hospitality of The Marshall House, we asked her a few questions about her stay:
MH: Samantha, we had so much fun this weekend with your visit to The Marshall House. And, we were obviously thrilled to be filmed for Great Hotels. What was your favorite part of The Marshall House?
SB: Definitely the guest rooms. I remember getting the P.R. packet a week before we arrived and when I saw the rooms I became so excited. After almost 70 hotels, here was a room I had never seen before. It offered such wonderful and personal touches.
MH: You've stayed at many of the very finest inns and hotels in America. What did you find special or unique about The Marshall House?
SB: The details. I thought the library was beautiful with all the wood-work, and the Lobby as well. You can tell that no expense was spared to make The Marshall House a special place to stay.
Awards and Accolades
The Marshall House, with its style, history and mystery, has been the recipient of numerous awards. Below is a small list of our recognitions.
2005, 2004—Best of Savannah (Connect Savannah) ~ Best Hotel ~ "This beautifully restored piece of old Broughton Street history has charmed thousands of tourists and locals alike."
2001—Resorts & Great Hotels
2000—Preservation Award by the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation
1999—Preservation Award by the Historic Savannah Foundation
Recent Comments from our Guests
"This was by far the best hotel we have ever stayed in. My husband and I booked the superior king room and it was perfect! The room was quite large and well laid out. The decor was beautiful and the room was very clean and comfortable. The location of the hotel itself was perfect, we didn't need a car at all, it was nice to be so close to everything. The complimentary breakfast was delicious, tons of options and the best quiche! Now on to my favorite part, the staff. Every single person we encountered was beyond helpful and friendly. We will definitely stay here on all of our visits to Savannah!" 06/16/12
"Excellent location...just a few blocks from everything we wanted to see. Great ambiance...original floors and doors, great decor. Very clean! Really enjoyed meeting new people at the wine and cheese. They had lemonade for the kids. It rained during our stay but fortunately the front desk had large umbrellas we could borrow. Loved this hotel! Great value when you consider the wine and cheese and great breakfast are both included." 06/06/12
"We spent three mid-week nights at The Marshall House in May. For a historic hotel we were pleased with the size of the room. Our deluxe king room was quite comfortable for the two of us. We appreciated the fact that there were two chairs and two suitcase racks. Breakfast was good, there was a protein selection (quiche) and the fruit was fresh and in season. The wine and cheese hour was a nice way to transition into evening while comparing our day's activities with other guests. Everything we wanted to see and do was within walking distance. The valet took our car upon check in and we had no need of it until check out. We slept too well to notice if there were any ghosts." 05/25/12
"This was a perfect blend of historic atmosphere and gentility with modern conveniences. The venue is absolutely charming, the location perfect - we were able to park our car and walk everywhere we wanted to go - and yet the room size was nice, the bed amazingly comfortable, outside noise a minimum and the plumbing and electric/electronic features (which I always have low expectations for in such a historic building) were top notch. Would highly recommend!" 05/14/12
"All the great reviews you read about The Marshall House are right on. Location is great and the hotel staff, rooms, ambiance etc. are top quality for a hotel of this size and age. Also had a fantastic dinner at the Bistro on the bottom floor." 05/01/12
"This is the best of the best. The location is terrific. The staff is very friendly, and the decor is charming. They accommodated us with almond milk for breakfast. Brandt was extremely helpful with tours and restaurants." 04/27/12
"Just got back from a girls' long weekend in Savannah and my friend and I could not be more pleased with our stay at the Marshall House. It was a perfect location, we valeted the car when we arrived and did not need to get in it again until we left. The House has so much historic charm while still having all the amenities you want, and the staff were all so friendly. The weekday wine and cheese reception is a nice touch and the daily breakfast is elevated beyond the usual "continental breakfast" fare with delicious quiches and southern biscuits in addition to what you would expect. The first night we stayed in a balcony room and that was a real treat, we only wish we had booked sooner so we could have had that room all three nights!" 04/22/12
"This is an old and charming hotel with fantastic staff!. We were welcomed from the time we pulled up in front of the hotel until we left. Each time we left the hotel and returned, someone was usually available to open the door for us and say "welcome back". Our room was comfortable with an old fashioned claw foot tub with shower, a couple of wing back chairs and a king size bed and a flat screen tv. The breakfast was served in a lovely atrium room with beautiful potted palms. Each evening wine and cheese were served in the library. This was a lovely way to wind down your day and meet your fellow travellers. Based on what I considered was a very reasonable rate for this hotel, the service was what you would expect from a much more expensive property. The location was great - only a couple of blocks from river street and within walking distance to the city market, Forsyth park and all the lovely squares and beautiful old homes." 04/19/12
"My husband and I stayed here for several day in early April. We could not have bee happier with the hotel. The staff were great (Holly, Carlton, Charles and Heather to name a few) and the rooms were comfortable and clean. The location of the hotel was perfect, central to everything, with a Starbucks right down the block. We stayed in a Broughton Balcony room and it was wonderful. We really enjoyed sitting on the balcony in rocking chairs watching the numerous ghost tours stop in front of the hotel. Some reviewers have mentioned that these rooms are noisy, we did not find that to be a problem at all, in fact we were actually surprised that it was not noisier. If we ever get the change to visit Savannah again, we will be staying at the Marshal House. If you are planning a trip to Savannah this is the PLACE TO STAY." 04/14/12
"Our stay at the Marshall House was nothing short of incredible from the moment we drove up to the moment we drove off. The hotel is an older building that has been nicely restored but not to the point where the charm was eliminated. The staff was very friendly and professional - Carlton, who took care of our car and luggage, was particularly helpful and most pleasant. Breakfast was very good and included just about anything you would want. While we were on a quick trip, two of the couples we stayed there with came back for two more nights later that week. I can't think of a reason to stay anywhere else in Savannah." 04/01/12
Things To Do
The Marshall House, located in the center of the Historic District, gives guests an opportunity to stay right in the heart of what many people consider to be one of America's Most Beautiful Cities. With 24 historic squares filled with fantastic shops, dining spots and cultural attractions, Savannah freely shares her old-world charm and modern-day attitude with millions of enchanted visitors every year, even business travelers make time to experience our beautiful city.
Here are a few recommendations from The Marshall House's staff.
Plus, directions to popular sites directly from The Marshall House.
- An Overview --- The "Must See" Places in Savannah
- Bonaventure Cemetery
- Churches and Houses of Worship
- Art Gallery Shopping
- Shopping in Savannah - Antiques, Clothing and Collectibles
- Historic District Restaurants
- Tours of Savannah
- Tybee Island, Fort Pulaski and Fort Jackson
- Wormsloe Plantation
- Directions to the Airport
- Day Trips to Popular, Nearby South Carolina Cities
A Few Savannah Experiences Not to Miss
- A Variety of Haunted Ghost Tours
- Horse-Drawn Carriage Tours of the City
- Fantastic Antique Shops and One-of-a-Kind Boutiques
- Leisurely Strolls through Gorgeous Tree-Lined Streets
- Tours of Numerous Fine Art Museums, Galleries and Historic Sites
Explore Savannah's Most Famous Haunts
Savannah's long history naturally lends itself to the possibilities of haunted mansions, streets, cemeteries, homes and even hotels. Whether you prefer a historical and relatively non-spooky tour or would rather experience the thrill of a truly chilling walk or ride through the city's most famously haunted spots, you'll find numerous options for haunted Savannah tours. The Marshall House's Concierge will be more than happy to guide you in the right direction. Many of these haunted tours even include Savannah hotels—which just so happen to be near a historic cemetery and other famously haunted locales throughout the city. In fact, The Marshall House itself is one of many haunted hotels in Savannah, GA. But worry not, most of our ghosts are friendly!
Savannah Attractions for the Whole Family
If you're in town for a family vacation, The Marshall House welcomes you, and provides a much more authentic experience than those offered by larger chain hotels. From visiting the birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low, who founded the Girl Scouts of the United States of America, to experiencing the fun of a Savannah Safari, there's something for everyone in your family. Inquire with our Concierge for details about these family-fun attractions:
- Oatland Island Education Center
- Roundhouse Railroad Museum
- The Ships of the Sea Museum
- Jepson Center for the Arts and ArtZeum
- Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace
- Forsyth Park
- The Pirate's House
- River Street
- River Street Riverboat Company
- Dolphin Magic
- Savannah Safari
- Bamboo Farm & Coastal Gardens
- Tybee Island and Tybee Island Lighthouse
- Fort Pulaski
- Fort Jackson
These listings are only the beginning of a wide world of diversions you'll find in Georgia's first city. We know you'll love Savannah as soon as you see her. We look forward to making your experience here an absolute pleasure.
How to Find Us
To The Marshall House from Interstate 95:
- Follow I-16 into Savannah from I-95
- I-16 will dead end and merge into Montgomery Street
- Follow Montgomery Street to the third light
- This is Broughton Street
- Turn right onto Broughton Street
- Follow Broughton Street for six blocks
- The Marshall House will be on your right