The 51 Most Instagrammable Places in Savannah, Georgia in 2024

Looking for the most Instagrammable places in Savannah, Georgia? You’re in the right place. Here I’ll cover the best photo spots and prettiest places in Savannah. Whether you want pretty architecture, Savannah’s famous Spanish moss-covered trees, or the most Instagrammable cafes in Savannah, you’ll find them all here!

Pictured above is a drone shot we got of the Cathedral Basilica of St. John the Baptist, which I think is the prettiest church and landmark in downtown Savannah. This architectural masterpiece is right next to Lafayette Square, you can’t miss it! More about it later on in this list!

Also, check out the video I made of some of the Insta-worthy places I saw in Savannah!

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And FYI you can scroll all the way to the end to find a map of the most Instagrammable places in Savannah!

Let’s get to it! Here are the best photo spots in Savannah, Georgia.

The Most Instagrammable Places in Savannah

1. Wormsloe State Historic Site

Address: 7601 Skidaway Rd, Savannah, GA 31406

Let’s start with the most iconic Instagrammable place in Savannah! This photo was taken at the famous Wormsloe State Historic Site. Here you’ll find the stunning 1.5-mile-long road lined with live oak trees covered in Spanish moss. It’s just 15-20 minutes outside of downtown Savannah and costs $10 per adult to enter. They offer guided tours if you’re interested. It’s an incredibly beautiful place to visit and I’d recommend it to everyone visiting Savannah!

2. Cathedral Basilica of St. John the Baptist

Address: 222 E Harris St, Savannah, GA 31401

The French Gothic Architecture of this building is truly breathtaking. It’s definitely one of the most Instagrammable buildings in Savannah! As a backdrop or the focus of your shot, photos taken at the Cathedral Basilica of St. John the Baptist will bring in a lot of likes. It’s rated #6 on Trip Advisor’s list of Top 10 US Attractions, so it tends to get busy. I recommend visiting early to avoid big crowds. Also, you’ll want to bring a wide-angle lens if you have one, or shoot with your iPhone on .5 to capture the whole building.

And while the outside is beautiful, trust me when I say you don’t want to miss the inside! It’s free to enter and you should definitely do so! The interior of the Cathedral Basilica of St. John the Baptist is stunning!

3. Forsyth Park Fountain

Address: 1 W Gaston St, Savannah, GA 31401

It is no surprise that this very recognizable fountain is one of the most popular Instagrammble spots in Savannah for those trying to capture Instagram-worthy photos. On our first visit to Savannah, we stayed right next to Forsyth Park and loved walking past this gorgeous fountain every day! You can visit the fountain any time; however, if you hope to take photos, early mornings or golden hour is best, as the afternoon light can be somewhat harsh.

And don’t forget to explore more of Forsyth Park while you’re here! The live oak trees are stunning and there’s even a little garden, the Garden of Fragrance, here too.

4. Bonaventure Cemetery

Bonaventure Cemetery photo spots

Address: 330 Bonaventure Rd, Thunderbolt, GA 31404

Just 20 minutes outside of Savannah, this cemetery is an excellent place for photos. It’s free to explore and is one of the prettiest cemeteries I’ve ever been in! Even Hollywood agrees! Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil and Now and Then both featured this cemetery.

Here you’ll find sculptures and large tombs in a southern gothic style, surrounded by lush greenery and massive oak trees. You can drive around Bonaventure Cemetery, park in the public parking area in the back and walk around, or join a tour to learn the fascinating history of who’s buried here.

Savannah’s Most Instagrammable Squares and Parks

5. Chippewa Square

Address: Bull Street meets McDonough Street

You don’t want to miss out on the chance to visit the filming site of Forrest Gump’s bench scenes. Between the Historic Savannah Theatre and Foley House Inn, you will find Chippewa Square. But it’s important to note that the actual bench used in the movie was a prop, so you won’t find it here. But that shouldn’t stop you from commemorating this movie scene! For the perfect photo-op, bring a box of chocolates to share while you sit on one of the benches here!

6. Whitfield Square

Address: 431 Habersham St, Savannah, GA 31401

How beautiful is this Victorian gazebo in Whitfield Square? It definitely makes for a romantic Savannah photoshoot for couples! Whitfield Square was one of the last squares designed in Savannah, named for Reverend George Whitefield, a famous evangelist from the 18th century who founded the oldest orphanage in America.

7. Colonial Park Cemetery

Address: 200 Abercorn St, Savannah, GA 31401

If you don’t want to venture out to Bonaventure Cemetery, there’s one right in historic downtown Savannah that you can see as well! Colonial Park Cemetery has been around since 1750. The cemetery stopped allowing burials after 1853, so all of the gravestones here date from 1750 to 1853.

Though, in my opinion, it’s not as beautiful as Bonaventure Cemetery, it’s worth a stroll through its winding paths and manicured lawns. Not to mention the history! As you walk through this cemetery, keep your eyes peeled for any headstone dates that don’t make sense… the Union Army vandalized some headstones during the Civil War!

8. Johnson Square

Address: 2 E Bryan St, Savannah, GA 31401

Located downtown, this happens to be the oldest and largest of Savannah’s scenic squares. You can access this park for free and find lots of places to sit and enjoy the view. Also, there are two fountains, a large 50-foot monument dedicated to General Nathaniel Greene, and large oak trees. To sum it all up, this is a very Instagrammable place in Savannah, indeed!

9. Lafayette Square

Address: 200 E Charlton St, Savannah, GA 31401

Lafayette Square is one of 22 squares in Savannah’s one-square-mile downtown area. This picturesque square was created in 1873 and is adjacent to the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. Additionally, this square is home to the famous Hamilton-Turner House and the Andrew Low House. My favorite Savannah photo spot here is with the pretty green fountain at the heart of Lafayette Square. You’ll have an abundance of content opportunities here, but note that it is hard to avoid having cars in your photos.

Savannah’s Most Instagrammable Historic Homes

10. Hamilton-Turner Inn

Address: 330 Abercorn St, Savannah, GA 31401

While you’re at Lafayette Square, this beautiful hotel also makes for a great Instagram photo! But here are some interesting things to know about the house’s history before you visit. Known as the Grand Victorian Lady, the Hamilton-Turner House was built in 1873 for Samuel Pugh Hamilton (who would go on to be mayor of Savannah).

It’s definitely a stop on any Savannah ghost tour with its dark history, said to be haunted by a guard who was murdered on the rooftop and one of the Turner children who fell down the stairs to her death, among others. Is it any wonder it’s rumored that Walt Disney’s Haunted Mansion was inspired by this house?

On a less eerie note, this house also made history for being the first house made with electricity in Savannah! The city’s residents would gather to watch the lights turn on each night! Nowadays, the Hamilton-Turner Inn is a beautiful boutique hotel, and you can book your stay here!

11. Green-Meldrim House

Address: 14 W Macon St, Savannah, GA 31401

We got to take a tour of the Green-Meldrim House early one morning when the historian working there invited us in! I can confirm that both the interiors and exteriors of the Green Meldrim House are beautiful. There’s so much history here, too!

This National Historic Landmark was General Sherman’s headquarters during the Civil War. It was from this house that General Sherman wrote his letter giving the city of Savannah to Abraham Lincoln as a Christmas gift. Another fascinating part of its history is the first and only woman to publish accounts of the Civil War was a freed African American woman who worked for the Green family. Check out tour information here!

12. Sorrel Weed House Museum

Address: 6 W Harris St, Savannah, GA 31401

Just next to the Green Meldrim House is the Sorrel Weed House. The orange Greek Revival-styled Sorrel Weed House is surrounded by lush greenery, making it a great background for an Instagram photo! Hollywood agrees- you’ll spot this house in the opening scene of Forrest Gump!

This house, built in 1837, was one of the first houses that the state of Georgia designated as a historic landmark. It is now a museum, but many visitors also stop at this house on a ghost tour! There are many stories of hauntings here, including a double suicide- first by the original owner’s second wife and shortly after by his slave-turned-mistress.

13. Owens-Thomas House

Address: 124 Abercorn St, Savannah, GA 31401

The exquisite English Regency architecture and stunning gardens at the Owens-Thomas House are a must-see on your next trip to Savannah. While you can take a photo of the outside for free, if you want to see its beautiful garden or interiors, you need to book a tour.

On a tour of the Owens-Thomas House, you’ll learn all about the history here through the eyes of the slaves that lived here. (Built in 1819, it’s actually home to one of the South’s earliest intact urban slave quarters.) While tickets are pretty pricey at $25 per adult, your ticket gets you into all three Telfair museums (the Owens-Thomas House, Jepson Center, and Telfair Academy). Since tours book out quickly, I recommend arriving before mid-afternoon to book your tour.

14. Noble Hardee Mansion

Address: 3 West Gordon Street, Savannah, GA 31401

This beautiful architecture makes for a great photo- it’s actually one of the most photographed houses in Savannah! Set on Monterey Square, you’ll find this Savannah gem right by the northern end of Forsyth Park. The Noble Hardee Mansion used to be home to Alex Raskin Antiques, which has since closed. Next, the mansion will be home to Ralston College.

Here’s a bit of history behind the Noble Hardee Mansion: It was built in the 1860s by Noble Hardee, a cotton merchant who owned the property. Hardee had a complicated story full of triumphs and tragedy, including losing his wife, son, and daughter before he turned 30. Though he remarried and lived to be 62, he sadly passed unexpectedly two years before the mansion was completed.

If you’re able to go into the mansion, know that you’re walking the same steps as some famous historic figures, like the 21st President of the United States, Chester A. Arthur!

15. Mercer Williams House

Address: 429 Bull St, Savannah, GA 31401

Made famous by the novel-turned-movie Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, this home was completed in 1868. It’s surrounded by palm trees and has a very opulent feel, setting the stage for some cool Instagram photos. If you’re a history buff or simply love Renaissance Revival design, sign up for a tour of the house.

The Most Instagrammable Hotels in Savannah

16. Perry Lane Hotel

Address: 256 E Perry St, Savannah, GA 31401

We stayed at the Perry Lane Hotel on our most recent visit to Savannah and absolutely loved it! I cannot recommend it enough! Their attention to detail, exquisite decor, and location are incredible. If you stay here, don’t forget your swimsuit so that you can enjoy their rooftop pool with incredible views. And even if you don’t stay at the Perry Lane, you can still enjoy its restaurant and rooftop bar, both of which I’ve included further down on this list in the restaurant section!

17. The Mansion at Forsyth Park

Address: 700 Drayton St, Savannah, GA 31401

Located right across from Forsyth Park, the vivid orange brick and cool architecture at the Mansion at Forsyth Park make for great photos! My sister stayed here on her last visit to Savannah and raved about it!

And if you’re looking for a less expensive place to stay in Savannah, but with similar vibes, Foley House Inn comes at a cheaper price point than the Mansion, but includes all the charm! Featured on many of Savannah’s ghost tours, this supposedly haunted inn is known for its luxurious accommodations and fantastic views. You cannot go wrong with a place that not only provides a beautiful backdrop but also makes you feel at home with its complimentary breakfast and comfy cotton robes.

18. Amethyst Garden Inn

Address: 402 E Gaston St, Savannah, GA 31401

A purple house in Savannah? Yup, and this beautiful hotel is definitely one of the most Instagrammable places in Savannah if you’re looking for a pop of color! Sure, you’ll find colorful architecture all over the city, but this shade of purple all over is rare! You can also book a stay at the Amethyst Garden Inn here.

Savannah’s River Street Area

19. River Street

Address: River Street, Savannah, GA 31401

You can’t visit Savannah without checking out the iconic River Street! (Well, technically you can, but I hope you don’t miss it!) Here you can take in picturesque restaurants, bars, and boutiques that will put your photography skills to good use! You can easily spend hours along the river, exploring all that this street has to offer. The cobblestone here is so charming- it’ll make you feel like you’re in London! Just don’t trip- it is very uneven! Also, don’t miss out on the Waving Girl Statue and the Olympic Cauldron, two statue/monument markers along River Street.

20. Savannah Riverboat

Address: 9 E River St, Savannah, GA 31401

The Savannah Riverboat ride is an incredibly Instagrammable experience. Whether you’re looking for a beautiful sunset cruise or just want an Instagram-worthy photo op, you’ll be happy you went! And when it’s docked, you can take a photo like the one I did above, too!

Savannah’s Instagrammable Theaters

21. Savannah Theatre

Address: 222 Bull St, Savannah, GA 31401

The Savannah Theatre opened in 1818 and has been a marveled landmark ever since. In fact, it’s one of the oldest continually operating theaters in America! For a great photo op, take a picture with the ‘Savannah’ theatre sign that’s been around since the first showing of “The Soldier’s Daughter” and “Raising the Wind.”

22. Lucas Theatre

Girl under the Lucas Theater sign in Savannah

Address: 32 Abercorn St, Savannah, GA 31401

Created by Arthur Lucas in 1921, the Lucas Theatre is another central part of the grand theater district in Savannah. With its Spanish Baroque Revival exterior featuring a fun art deco marquee, this is a unique Instagrammable spot in Savannah!

Savannah’s Most Instagrammable Neighborhoods

23. American Flags on Jones Street

Address: 111 E Jones St, Savannah, GA 31401

Jones Street is by far one of the most Instagrammable streets in Savannah. But this section of the 100 block of E Jones Street is particularly charming: there are multiple consecutive houses sporting American flags!

24. The Pink House on Barnard

Address: 818 Barnard St, Savannah, GA 31401

There is a row of charming Victorian-style homes on Barnard close to Forsyth Park. I love the pastel pink of this house! Combined with the brick-paved sidewalk, this pink house makes for a very cute photo backdrop.

25. Rainbow Row

Address: 512 E Bryan St, Savannah, GA 31401

You may have heard of Charleston’s Rainbow Row- a row of gorgeous pastel houses. Savannah’s Rainbow Row is small and less impressive but still charming! It’s essentially three matching houses with pastel shutters and pretty plants. There’s a no parking zone in front of two of the houses, so cars won’t block that portion of your shot!

26. Midtown’s Colorful Houses

Address: 20 E 41st St, Savannah, GA 31401

Continuing on the theme of colorful houses, how cute are these? The midtown area of Savannah is less frequented by tourists, but that just means fewer people will get in your shots! We stumbled upon these houses while getting our rental car and I’m glad we did! They’re so charming!

27. The Gingerbread House

Address: 1921 Bull St, Savannah, GA 31401

Around since 1899, Savannah’s Gingerbread House is too cute not to photograph! You’ll need a wide-angle lens or you can shoot on .5/wide mode on your iPhone to capture the whole thing from the sidewalk!

28. Starland District Murals

Address: 8 W 41st St, Savannah, GA 31401

These large murals make a great backdrop to your photos. Created by local artists, these murals wouldn’t be possible without the help of the Starland Mural Project. As a result, local artists receive funding and it ensures these murals are maintained. The one above is my favorite mural in the area!

The Most Instagrammable Cafes in Savannah

29. Peregrin Rooftop Bar

Address: 256 E Perry St, Savannah, GA 31401

What’s not to love about a frosé? It tastes great and is one of the most photogenic drinks you can get at Peregrin Savannah! As you sip your frosé, you can take in the Savannah skyline. Located on the rooftop of the Perry Lane Hotel, the drinks, decor, and views here are very photo-worthy. In short, if you are a wine-loving Instagrammer, you’ll love all that Peregrin offers.

30. Six Pence Pub London Phonebooth

Address: 245 Bull St, Savannah, GA 31401

A London phone booth in Georgia? Yup, it exists at Six Pence Pub! The red phone booth makes for the perfect prop and background to your photos! The pub itself is Instagrammable too!

31. Collins Quarter

Address: 621 Drayton St, Savannah, GA 31401

If you are looking for more than just beautiful landscapes, the food and drinks at this coffee bar are most definitely picture-worthy. And who doesn’t love a good foodie pic? You must try the spiced lavender mocha, the brioche French toast, or their burger. So good!!

In addition to pretty food, the design of the restaurant features historic architecture mixed with more modern touches. Don’t just take it from me! My sister-in-law, who is an artist and interior decorator, was pointing out the details of how just how perfectly they styled Collins Quarter.

32. Foxy Loxy Cafe

Address: 1919 Bull St, Savannah, GA 31401

The work of local artists covers the walls of this unique café. If coffee isn’t what you are looking for, they also offer wine and beer to be enjoyed both inside and outdoors. Sit out back by a firepit to take advantage of the natural light or enjoy their small but cute front patio!

33. Mirabelle Savannah

Address: 313 Abercorn St, Savannah, GA 31401

Parisian vibes in Savannah are a huge yes in my book! One place where you’ll find an adorable Parisian-style patio is at Mirabelle Savannah, a coffee shop right by the Cathedral Basilica of John the Baptist. The interior is okay- kind of small- but the exterior is what shines here.

34. Olde Pink House

Address: 23 Abercorn St, Savannah, GA 31401

The Old Pink House is one of the most beautiful restaurants in Savannah! Thanks to its bright colors and fantastic decor, this building is a sight to behold. You can dine in and do some food/interior photography or head to the outdoor gardens for some picturesque backdrops. And of course, don’t miss a straight-on shot of this pastel-pink house!

35. The Paris Market

Address: 36 W Broughton St, Savannah, GA 31401

This Paris-inspired shopping market is home to Architectural Digest’s “Most Beautiful Coffee Shop in Georgia.” So it’s clear why it made it on my list of Instagrammable places in Savannah! Here visitors can take a break from shopping on Broughton Street and refuel on some tea, coffee, or even a quick bite to eat. And then if you’ve got time and a love for Parisian decor, get back to shopping at the two-story Parisian market here with beautiful interior decor items!

36. Husk

Address: 12 W Oglethorpe Ave, Savannah, GA 31401

If you are looking for southern comfort food with traditional cocktails, this mansion with porch seating is one you won’t want to miss. We think both the exterior and interior design of this restaurant is perfect for an Instagram shot. In addition, people rave about the food and atmosphere here. We happened to visit on a day when the City of Savannah was working on sewage lines right outside the patio where we were dining… that mix of smells left us with a weird dining experience. But I’d definitely give it another shot!

37. Emporium

Address: 254 E Perry St, Savannah, GA 31401

We loved dining at Emporium Savannah for both brunch and dinner. This dining spot is located on the first floor of the Perry Lane Hotel. My favorite was the breakfast French toast- the best French toast I’ve ever had, featuring diplomat cream, strawberry, white chocolate, and matcha. Regardless of which meal you enjoy at Emporium, it’ll make for some great Instagram photos! You can take a flat-lay food photo, like this one we got above, or snap a shot of the pretty restaurant itself.

38. Leopold’s Ice Cream

Address: 212 E Broughton St, Savannah, GA 31401

I can’t even begin to tell you how many people told me to visit Leopold’s while in Savannah. They say it’s one of the best ice cream shops in America- but I’ll let you be the judge of that! We waited in line for about 30 minutes to try it for ourselves, and it was quite delicious. Leopold’s has over 30 delicious flavors of ice cream; I ordered coconut and peppermint and was very happy with my order.

Once you get your ice cream, take an Instagram pic of it! The location itself is photo-worthy if you’re looking for retro vibes: you’ll find a black marble soda fountain, phone booth, and all the original fixtures, providing an excellent background for any photo! (Fun fact: Academy Award-nominated set designer Dan Lomino designed this ice cream shop!)

39. River Street Sweets

Address: 13 E River St, Savannah, GA 31401

Voted Savannah’s Best Candy Store for 16 years, this family-run business is famous for its pralines. What makes River Street Sweets an Instagrammable Savannah location is how it evokes European vibes!

Their River Street location captures the old-school character and charm of the previous century. Tour the shop and get yourself some of their infamous pralines or an ice cream cone. After that, it’s time to take some sweet pictures (pun intended)!

40. The Grove

Address: 301 W Congress St, Savannah, GA 31401

This rooftop restaurant and bar is known for its City Market views. Additionally, charcuterie boards are trending everywhere these days and the ones offered here are most definitely picture-worthy. (PS. Also worth checking out for a cool restaurant exterior is The Grey. Of the new(er) restaurants in Savannah, this one gives you the opportunity to eat in a restaurant that was once a bus station! Don’t forget to make a reservation if you plan to stay for dinner!)

41. City Market

Address: 219 W Bryan St, Savannah, GA 31401

Visitors love shopping and eating in this open-air market, adorned with unique artwork. What makes this spot so instagrammable is the fun outdoor atmosphere with charming shops all around. Also, don’t miss out on the City Market clock- it’ll make for a great photo focal point!

42. The Wyld Dock Bar

Address: 2740 Livingston Ave, Savannah, GA 31406

If you’re exploring Bonaventure Cemetery or Wormsloe Plantation, this is a good place to stop for a meal. Especially if you love fresh seafood! Wyld Dock Bar is about 15-20 minutes outside of downtown Savannah. Here the outdoor dock and small landing make for excellent photos.

Instagramable Spots Around Tybee Island

43. Tybee Island

Address: Tybee Island, GA 31328

I highly recommend a visit to Tybee Island when you’re in Savannah! Just 30 minutes away, you’ll find plenty of fun things to do in Tybee. The whole island offers fun beach vibes, but I’ll list some specific Tybee Island photo spots below!

44. Tybee Island Lighthouse

Tybee Island Light House

Address: 30 Meddin Dr, Tybee Island, GA 31328

Built in 1736 and standing 145 feet tall, this lighthouse is both Savannah’s oldest and tallest lighthouse. So, as you can imagine, this is a must for anyone wanting to capture a great pic. Also, a tour is a great opportunity to capture some scenic shots, but when we visited they were only open on the weekend.

45. Tybee South Beach Boardwalk

Address: At the intersection of Tybrisa St and Strand Ave

Leading lines in photography are a great way to make a photo more interesting and visually appealing! The boardwalk to Tybee’s South Beach gives you a perfect focal point! Plus, you can see the Tybee Beach Pier (next on this list) and the ocean in the background, making for a great Instagram shot.

46. Tybee Beach Pier

Address: Tybrisa St, Tybee Island, GA 31328

You don’t need a drone to take a cool shot of the Tybee Beach Pier! Some cool land shots of the pier include underneath it at sunset, right next to it, and on it! If you do take a photo under the pier, be careful of the crashing waves! Also, the pier’s shadows can be very harsh during mid-day, so I’d recommend an under-the-pier shoot around sunset.

Other Classic Savannah Photo Items

47. Savannah’s Live Oak Trees

Spanish moss-covered Live Oak trees line the streets of Savannah. They evoke elegance, Southern charm, and beauty, and you’ll find them throughout Savannah. They’re the quintessential Instagrammable photo in Savannah; capturing these trees in a shot is a must when you’re here!

Here are the three best places to photograph Savannah’s live oak trees: I think the Wormsloe State Historic Site has the prettiest display of live oak trees in Savannah, along with the nearby Bonaventure Cemetery (pictured above), and Forsyth Park in downtown Savannah. While Bonaventure and Forsyth are free to enter, Wormsloe costs $10 per adult. If you want to just stop by Wormsloe quickly to see the oak-lined driveway, you’ll still need to pay the entrance fee if you want to take a photo! So you might as well plan to explore the whole historic site; there are also plenty of photo ops throughout the whole area!

48. Savannah’s Flowers

One thing I love about Savannah is how lush and plant-filled it is! When we visited in March, the flowers here were starting to bloom. Naturally, I had to stop and take so many photos of the flowers here! My favorite flowers we found were Camellias, which are so unbelievably perfect that they look fake!

49. Savannah’s Historic District

The Historic District stretches twenty blocks, lined with stunning 18th and 19th-century mansions, churches, gardens, and parks. Forsyth Park, pictured above, is the southern limit of Savannah’s Historic District. This area contains many spots already mentioned in this list, but it is worth mentioning as a separate item. You’ll want to spend time meandering through Savannah’s historic district in search of your favorite spots!

50. Savannah’s Charming Homes

With many picturesque, historic homes turned into museums, inns, and restaurants, photographing Savannah’s charming homes is a way to tour Savannah’s past. It’s pretty hit or miss if there will be cars in your photos, so keep your camera handy in case you happen upon the perfect car-less photo opportunity! Beyond being Instagrammable houses in Savannah, these historic homes also share a window to the past.

51. Savannah’s Charming Streets

With Spanish moss-covered oak trees, plenty of walkability, and gorgeous architecture, it’s no surprise that Savannah is full of charming streets! While you’ll want to walk on all of the pretty streets here, I’ve narrowed down the list of best streets to four. Here are the prettiest streets in Savannah:

Broughton Street

Savannah’s main shopping street is full of things to see and do. Additionally, this is a great place to snap some pictures! Visitors love touring the Gutsein Gallery, the Paris Market (pictured above), and especially Leopold’s Ice Cream – all providing the perfect backdrop.

Jones Street

Named one of the prettiest streets in America, it’s no wonder this is such a popular location to take pictures. You’ll find each home along this street is even more gorgeous than the next and will fall in love with the unique details and beauty of these homes. I mentioned this street earlier- it’s where the row of American flag houses are!

Liberty Street

This trendy shopping neighborhood includes clothing boutiques, art galleries, bookshops, pubs, and outdoor cafés, and more. In addition, there are plenty of large trees and beautiful architecture to marvel at. In sum, there is no shortage of things to do or take pictures of!

Oglethorpe Avenue

Whether you come to see the Colonial Park Cemetery, The Collins Quarter, The Telfair Museum, or Husk, you are sure to capture Savannah’s loveliest architecture on Oglethorpe Avenue. While here, you will get a chance to check out some of Savannah’s most beautiful homes and buildings.

Map of the Most Instagrammable Places in Savannah

Here are the locations of all of the best photo spots in Savannah so that you can see which photo spots are closest to you! I’ve color-coded the map as follows:

  • Orange: food spots
  • Purple: roads/general areas
  • Blue: everything else

In conclusion…

As you can see, there are so many Instagrammable places in Savannah! Whether you’re a Savannah native looking for the best photo spots for a family photo, are visiting for just a couple of days, or are relocating to Savannah, I hope you found this list helpful!

If you’re familiar with the Savannah area and can think of more Instagrammable spots in Savannah to add to my list, let me know in the comments below!

And if you’re exploring more of Georgia, here are the best Instagram spots in Atlanta!

Happy exploring!


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Jasmine Alley

Jasmine Alley

I'm a Dallas-based, full-time travel blogger with a serious case of wanderlust! Through my website and Instagram, I hope to help others plan picture-perfect trips to the most beautiful places in the world! When I travel, I like to emphasize nature, hidden gems, and unique places.
Jasmine Alley

Jasmine Alley

I'm a Dallas-based, full-time travel blogger with a serious case of wanderlust! Through my website and Instagram, I hope to help others plan picture-perfect trips to the most beautiful places in the world! When I travel, I like to emphasize nature, hidden gems, and unique places.

8 Responses

  1. So beautiful. I love that you featured Savannah! Lived there for a while and definitely left my heart there when I left. So much charm and definitely one of my favorite cities! I couldn’t get enough of just wandering around through all the different squares, admiring the homes, the Spanish moss trees. I absolutely love all the ghost tours. My favorite restaurants there are The Pirate’s House, The Lady and Sons, and Leopold’s. Sharing this downtown savannah georgia guide which I think is amazing for those yet to visit

    1. Thank you so much for the kind comment! It definitely is a very special city with plenty of charm! Leopold’s was so good, but we didn’t get to visit the other two- I’ll add them to my list for next time 🙂

  2. Well this certainly means that I will have 38 destinations on my Savannah GA bucket list! I better check on the hotels near these attractions over at to make sure I get the nearest hotel there!

  3. If you want to see historical sites, Savannah is the place to go. There are numerous excellent restaurants to choose from, and the cuisine is not to be missed. I recently learned about a new restaurant at and am excited to try it out.

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