Hostess City of the South

Savannah is host to North America's second largest St. Patrick's Day parade.  Indeed, St. Patrick's is more than a day in Savannah, its a season the launches in mid-February with the Savannah Irish Festival.  Throughout the year, you can explore the nation's largest historic landmark district--Savannah is a pedestrian-friendly city that invites you to stroll along the park-like squares as you visit quaint cafes as well as gourmet restaurants.  Savannah hosts nearly 14 million tourists each year--one of the top tourist attractions in America.  

Plan your trip today through the Savannah tourism portal, Visit Savannah:

The sites and attractions in Savannah of greatest relevance to the story of the Wexford Migration to Savannah are:

Kehoe House

Andrew Low House

Cathedral of St. John the Baptist

Flannery O'Connor Childhood Home