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50% Off Agriculture-Museum and Historic Village Visit

Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village

Tifton

$14 $7

Experience 19th-century farm life at agricultural museum and historic village with over 35 sites including a blacksmith and steam train

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Stephen C. Foster State Park

Stephen C. Foster State Park

$30 $19

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Set up camp with a tent, trailer, or RV in campground with modern comfort stations or rent a cozy cottage and leave the tent at home

Up to 51% Off Jacksonville Walking Tour

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Jacksonville

$40 $20

Tour-goers hear behind-the-scenes stories of some of the city's historic sights, and enter downtown's secret underground tunnels

Up to 51% Off Jacksonville Maritime Heritage Center Membership

Jacksonville Maritime Heritage Center

Downtown Jacksonville

$25 $12.49

Members explore maritime heritage center's myriad ship model & ocean-liner dioramas & attend quarterly member meetings & programs

National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force – Up to 50% Off

National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force

Pooler

$20 $10

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Museum chronicles Mighty Eighth Air Force's legacy with stunning exhibits and a combat gallery with a B-17 bomber, currently being restored

65% Off Historical-Adventures Tour

Ghost Party Haunted Tours

Savannah

$25 $12

Explore Savannah's history on a tour that visits some of the city's oldest mansions, which date back to the 19th century

Up to 53% Off at Davenport House Museum

Davenport House Museum

Downtown Savannah

$18 $9

The award-winning preservation of a Federal-style home built by Isaiah Davenport lets visitors glimpse life in the 1820s

Up to 56% Off from Savannah Tour Walks LLC

Savannah Tour Walks LLC

Savannah

$40 $19

Guides lead guests through the city, focusing on its haunted past or its beautiful parks and architecture

Up to 63% Off Walking Tour for Two or Four

Savannah Belle Tours

Savannah Historic District

$40 $17

Friendly, knowledgeable guide Michelle leads groups on tours around Savannah landmarks, customizing stops to personal interests

Up to 56% Off Savannah Hauntings Ghost Tour

See Savannah Walking Tours

Wright Square

$20 $10

Experienced guides lead walking tour groups between haunted sites, recounting paranormal events and stories of hauntings

42% Off Trolley Tours

Oglethorpe - Gray Line Savannah Trolley Tours

City of Savannah Visitors Center

$26 $15

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Narrated tours explore historic Savannah & its waterfront for 90 uninterrupted minutes; includes entrance to Massie Heritage Center

Up to 51% Off Ghost-Themed Pub Crawl

Full Moon Tours

Downtown Savannah

$20 $10

Learn about Savannah's spooky history during a pub crawl with stops at three to five watering holes

50% Off Walking-Adventure Tour for 2 or 4

Crazy Dash Digital Adventures

Savannah

$39.95 $20

The digital game requires a smartphone and takes you on a tour of the sights

Up to 53% Off Visit to The Harper Fowlkes House

The Harper Fowlkes House

Downtown Savannah

$20 $10

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Nineteenth-century Greek Revival mansion showcases antique artwork, two-story porch & once-gas-burning chandeliers during regular tours

Up to 54% Off Ghost Tour from The Savannah Walks

The Savannah Walks

Downtown Savannah

$27 $13

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Guides shepherd groups through Savannah’s colonial district to induce shivers with tales of hauntings, exorcisms, and Gullah superstitions

Up to 44% Off Boutique Shopping Tour from 'Tiques

'Tiques

Savannah

$37.50 $21

Follow your style host as they lead you to nine of Savannah's hottest boutiques while shopping and spotting historic landmarks along the way

52% Off a Ghost Tour at The Daffodale Estate 

The Daffodale Estate

Monticello

$25 $12

Nibbling snacks along the way, explore the grand architecture of a Victorian home built in 1897 and test the validity of ghostly rumors

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St. Marys, the site of Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base—one of the world's two Trident submarine bases—was a natural choice for a museum devoted to the Silent Service. Yet the curators and collectors went above and beyond. The finished dive into deep-sea history is the largest of its kind in the South and the fifth largest in the country, giving a comprehensive look at life under the water.

  • Size: 20,000 savaged artifacts, paintings, models, and photographs spread across 5,000 square feet
  • Eye Catcher: replicas of torpedoes and WWII deep-sea diving suits
  • Crown Jewel: the museum's modern, working periscope, which gives kids of all ages the chance to see if there's another museum sneaking up on them
  • Don't Miss: a display honoring the eight submariners who received the Medal of Honor
  • Hidden Gems: previously classified WWII Patrol Reports—the museum houses more than 99% of all such documents
102 W Saint Marys St
Saint Marys,
GA
US

Amelia Island Ghost Tours unmasks the island's spooky side, weaving groups through the streets of Fernandina on treks that combine eerie vibes with educational tales. Led by an insightful guide, tours trace through a history addled by piracy, plunder, and death, all while exploring the area's shadowy nooks that are haunted by paranormal activity almost nightly.

233 S 3rd St
Fernandina Beach,
FL
US

As the foremost bead store on Amelia Island, Beadlemania stocks everything necessary to craft an artful piece of jewelry. The inventory runs the gamut from simple, average beads ($0.10 each) to opulent strands ($90). Ambitious designers can peruse string-able treasures fashioned from gold, silver, and glass to make their creations stand out from body ornaments made of stale bagels. Aside from exotic coral and crystal beads and strands of petite gems and pearls ($10–$28), customers can also pick up clasps and tools ($0.50–$20) or Swarovski heart pendants ($40–$50). A soft juxtaposition to jewelry-making trinkets, the shop's selection of yarn caters to motivated needle enthusiasts or those looking to entertain bored kittens.

813 S 8th St
Fernandina Beach,
FL
US

A year before her death in 1959, Ninah Cummer—an art collector, garden enthusiast, and civic leader—donated her riverfront home and art collection to the community, imploring her fellow citizens to help support the foundation of an art museum. In less than 10 years, the board of trustees transformed the abode into the verdant Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens, adding to Ninah's original gift of 60 pieces until the collection included nearly 1,000 works of art.

Today, the permanent collection holds pieces that span more than four millennia, from 2,100 B.C. to the 21st century. An ancient Egyptian stone tablet intrigues viewers with cryptic hieroglyphs and stylized portraits while, nearby, Peter Paul Rubens' The Lamentation of Christ epitomizes the colorful, sweepingly histrionic style of the Baroque painters. American treasures include Gilbert Stuart's iconic portrait of George Washington—one of over 100 he painted in an attempt to perfect the likeness of the first president and design a killer mask for the White House Halloween party.

After getting their fill of indoor beauty, guests can head to the open air and vibrant scenery of the museum's gardens. Begun more than a century ago, the gardens crisscross with winding paths that take guests under the canopies of majestic oaks and alongside the Italian garden's shimmering reflecting pools.

829 Riverside Ave
Jacksonville,
FL
US

When the Jacksonville Zoo first opened in 1914, it had only one attraction––a red fawn. Today, nearly a century later, it’s home to more than 2,000 rare and exotic animals and 1,000 plant species, and welcomes an ever-changing lineup of visiting exhibits. Guests stroll along the boardwalk in a large, open environment called the Plains of East Africa, where cheetah, antelope, and warthogs roam in environs that simulate their native habitat. The African loop also includes Elephant Plaza, where elephants stir up tidal waves playing marco polo in a 275,000-gallon pool. Visitors can also pet and feed stingrays, stand eye-to-eye with a giraffe, and head to the award-winning Range of the Jaguar exhibit to roam a replica of an abandoned Mayan temple. During summer months, kids get wet at the Play Park and Splash Ground, where they can climb into a treehouse or peer through an underwater window to see penguins swimming overhead.

After guests explore the wildlife, rest and relaxation await within botanical gardens such as the Asian Bamboo garden, where patrons cross a traditional moon gate to see a tranquil waterfall, komodo dragons, and an interactive bamboo mist forest. The zoo also features a carousel, train rides, and several restaurants where humans can tap into their own wild instincts by hunting their natural prey—the sandwich.

370 Zoo Pkwy
Jacksonville,
FL
US

Culled from samples found in her own backyard, Madge Wallace exhibited her first small naturalist collection in her New Riverside School classroom in 1910. Her museum relocated to a Victorian mansion in the decades to follow before settling on its current location on the south bank of the St. Johns River. Known as Museum of Science & History since 1988, the facility currently hosts changing and core exhibits that feature towering marine skeletons and interactive stations strewn through a mock digestive tract where visitors learn about bodily functions. At Currents of Time, history buffs can amass nuggets of local knowledge as they trace Jacksonville's history to more than 12,000 years ago. Elsewhere, The Bryan-Gooding Planetarium's 35,000-watt sound system enthralls guests at Cosmic Concert laser shows every Friday night, and monthly MOSH After Dark sessions educate adults with hands-on workshops and scientific lectures.

1025 Museum Cir
Jacksonville,
FL
US