Forsyth Park Inn, a Historic Bed & Breakfast, Reveals a Guide to Savannah's Top Historic District Shopping Spots

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Because Savannah is often called "The Walking City," you can say it is truly one of the best cities to shop on foot. The charming stores, upscale boutiques, antique shops, and delightful markets nestled throughout historic Savannah reflect the city’s hospitality and artfulness.

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There are shops and boutiques to cater to all; truly there is something special for everyone on your shopping list in Georgia’s First City!

Savannah tourists and locals alike always discover something new when out for a shopping stroll, and the experience is only getting better with time. As SCAD (Savannah College of Art and Design), unique small business owners, and other high-end name brands are all seeking to be a part of Savannah, Georgia's blooming market, the shopping, and the fashion are continually gaining momentum and flourishing. In the last five years, Savannah has welcomed a multitude of new stores throughout its Historic District, and they have proven to be successful in that time. There are shops and boutiques to cater to all; truly there is something special for everyone on your shopping list in Georgia’s First City. From fashion shops to t-shirt shops and art galleries, visitors can certainly find one of a kind treasures.The shopping scene in Savannah covers arts and crafts, fabrics and yarn, handcrafted soaps and candles, galleries, clothing, high-end interior designs, specialty foods and teas, and so much more!

Forsyth Park Inn, a Savannah Bed and Breakfast located near Forsyth Park, has created a guide to just some of Savannah's top shopping spots for visitors and newcomers:

Specialty/Food Shops:
Savannah Bee Company - 2 locations downtown - interactive, informative, and magical for the whole family. A Savannah Bee honey expert is ready to lead your palate through our one-of-a-kind honey tasting.

The Salt Table- located on Broughton St. - an interesting shop that strives to encourage its guests to taste the salts and seasonings, as well as, teas, sugars, oils, vinegars, popcorns, vanillas...and more!

Chocolat by Adam Turoni - located on Broughton St. - Savannah’s best-kept secret, its very own Chocolatier, Adam, is a graduate of The Culinary Institute of America, and he's creating beautiful delights.

Appearal Boutiques:
Custard Boutique - located in Savannah's Design District on the corner of W. Taylor St. and Whitaker St. - features diverse lines for everyone, and the staff is trained to help you pull off fun looks.

Gaucho - a Savannah landmark for 25 years with true Savannah artistic sensibility. The shop offers women artful twists on modern classics – where wardrobe is considered an art.

Anthropologie - Yes, Savannah, Georgia is home to one of Anthropologie's locations! The cool and chic shopping experience is like no other, and Savannah is happy to have the newly installed store - located near Savannah's City Market area.

Interior Design:
One Fish Two Fish - located in Savannah's Design District on the corner of Jones St. and Whitaker St. - From classic pieces with a twist to coastal pieces, there are unique finds tucked away in this store. The selection and displays make for a luxurious shopping experience.

The Paris Market - known for its exquisite window displays and treasurable items. The world-traveled feel is both enticing and inviting - you just can't resist going in!

Specialty and Art:
Shop SCAD - located on the corner of Bull St. and E. Charlton St. - A museum-like art filled store with handcrafted items and artworks - many of the items are made by students, alumni, and professors of SCAD. You won't find items like these anywhere else.

Alex Raskin Antiques -fine collections offered here - located right near Forsyth Park.

This list highlights just s few of Savannah's top shopping spots, and the assortment of stores listed offer shoppers various locations to explore within the Historic District. From traditional things to artfully creative things shoppers will find it in Savannah, GA.

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