Through October 2: Elvis Photographs, Jepson Center
September 18-24: Savannah Jazz Festival
September 24: Fort Pulaski National Public Lands Day, volunteer 8a-noon; fee free day!
October 2: City of Savannah Picnic in the Park, Forsyth Park with Savannah Philharmonic
October 6-7: Tybee Island's Pirates Fest
October 8: Free Family Day (1p-4p) at Telfair Museum's Jepson Center
October 15: Fort Pulaski Free Entry Day, open 9a
October 21: From Drowning to Dysentery: A Deadly look at Fort Pulaski, 7p and 8:30p
October 22 - 29: Savannah Film Festival 2016
November 12: Veterans Day Weekend Living History Event, Fort Pulaski
December 16: Candle Lantern event at Fort Pulaski
December 17: Savannah Philharmonic, Holiday Pops, Johnny Mercer Theatre 3pm and 7:30pm
Zeigler House Inn
Built in 1856 for Solomon Zeigler -- a prosperous lumber merchant, prominent Savannah citizen and Salzburger* descendant -- the Italianate home is now an historic Savannah bed and breakfast inn located in the heart of Savannah's National Landmark Historic District.
Original house features include beautiful heart of pine wood floors of the era, elegant ceiling medallions, 11 slate and wood fireplaces, and a dramatic heart of pine staircase embellished with a mahogany and walnut handrail.
Fully renovated in 2002, this romantic getaway inn on magnificent Jones Street affords stately Savannah bed and breakfast lodging with delicious cuisine (compliments of caterer-turned-innkeeper Jackie Heinz, a southern 'steel magnolia' from Kentucky). With French-inspired decor -- a nod to Revolutionary hero, General Marquis de Lafayette -- , the 7 private suites and room afford Europe-meets-Savannah style comforts for a leisure trip and business travel. Each of private suites and rooms uniquely features a private kitchen or kitchenette, plus private bath.
* The first Salzburgers landed in Savannah, Georgia after a two months trip across the Atlantic Ocean to escape religious persecution in their native country of Salzburg, presently known as Austria. The industrious settlers built their religious Lutheran community in Ebenezer along the Savannah River near today's Rincon, Georgia.