What started as joke among friends has grown over the past 17 years into a well-attended tradition! Thousands come from all over to join in – or simply witness – the Tybee Polar Plunge. And why not? The colorful, funny, tongue-in-cheek nature of the event is a wonderful way to start your year off. (more…)
All other things being equal, St. Patrick’s Day may be the most exciting time to visit Savannah, GA. The city goes all out, like New Orleans during Mardi Gras. If you have the means to be anywhere in the world on March 17, 2011, consider traveling to Savannah.
St. Patrick’s Day stretches out for several days in Savannah; the best thing for visitors is to get comfortable in a Savannah Vacation Rental and take in as much or as little as you like.
The annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade brings many men in kilts with bagpipes to the streets. Who knew there were so many bagpipe players in the United States? Watch the dazzling footwork of the Irish Dancers of Savannah and gaze upon green antique cars. In fact, just about everything that can be turned green is green on St. Patrick’s Day in Savannah, including the waters in the Forsyth Park fountain.
Savannah has been celebrating St. Patrick’s Day in style since 1813. If you can’t make it this year, book one of our Savannah Vacation Homes for 2013 – the 200th anniversary of St. Patrick’s Day in Savannah should be unforgettable.
Please see Savannah St. Patrick’s Day Parade for details about the event.