Top 10 Most Instagrammable Spots in Savannah, GA

Within the last few years, Savannah has become quite the travel go-to destination. Here at The Edition Shop, we have fallen in love with everything Savannah has to offer. I, for one, love the sweet southern breeze that sweeps through the moss hanging off the Live Oaks, and being able to carry a little frosé around with me around downtown. (Yes! Open container law!) Locals and tourists alike can agree the sweet, southern charm makes it an irresistible city to visit. If you’re planning your first trip or a return trip to Savannah, these ten stops are our favorites to keep your feed overflowing for months to come after your trip with pretty, Insta-Worthy snaps. 



[LoveShackFancy Dress]

I mean if this picture isn't enough to convince you that you NEED a photo of this beauty I don't know what will. The cathedral built in the 18th century is one of the most famous spots in Savannah - not only is the exterior beautiful, but the interior is just as jaw dropping. Stop by Mirabelle Cafe across the street to grab a Belgian style waffle and soak in the beauty of this cathedral. Do make sure to be respectful when visiting and taking pictures at this historic site.


PEREGRIN - 256 E Perry St
This rooftop bar at the Perry Lane Hotel is not only an extremely picturesque experience, but the place I recommend people to stop by the most when visiting Savannah. Who doesn’t love a good rooftop view? With fantastic drinks and a stunning design aesthetic this place is literally begging to be on your Instagram.
PEPSI LOVES SAVANNAH - 4009 Montgomery St
Who doesn't love a hidden gem? Travel down Montgomery to find the Pepsi office and this heart eyed emoji holding up a Pepsi. I know, I know - most of the South prefers Coca-Cola, but don't miss this opportunity to commemorate a trip with this cute little mural. This little guy is a bit further out of the typical area so we only suggest going if you have your own car. 
SCAD MUSEUM OF ART - 601 Turner Blvd 
The Savannah College of Art and Design has flipped many building in Savannah into stunning, jaw dropping restorations. One of my favorites is the Museum of Art. Its use of combing modern architecture and the oldest surviving antebellum railroad depot in the U.S. is what makes this location so interesting for photos. We suggest ones in front of the window display art. These installations change often, but every piece that goes in is so killer! The grass field behind the museum has seating and exhibition pieces, and makes the perfect shot for the 'gram, too!

STARLAND MURAL - 41st Street and Bull Street

[Finders Keepers Dress]

Located on a little side street right by the Starland Yard is my favorite mural in the Starland District. On the corner of 41st and Bull Street you can find one heck of a colorful mural painted on the side of an old Dairy production building. You can’t miss the vibrant and loud color palette of this particular mural along with a painting beside it by a SCAD graduate, Tayler Ayers. The inside of the building is being revamped into a venue spot for the Starland Area, and it is just a short drive from the hustle and bustle of the historical district.

Savannah is deeply routed in history and has done a wonderful job preserving it. One of my favorite places to see it first hand is River Street, but be forewarned of terrifying stairs and cobble stone streets. I promise you though it is worth the risk to take a walk down the river and check out the shops, restaurants, and bars as well!
 SAFE Mural - 2217 Bull Street

[Third Form Dress]

Pull into the parking lot of this sweet little gem in Savannah, and snap a killer picture for the ‘gram of the SAFE Mural. This public art piece was designed and painted by two SCAD graduates, Tommy Lee and Brian Chegini. Tommy is the founder of the SAFE Collective clothing line, and this public piece is very on brand for his creative outlet. We love this option since there is free on-street parking along with a parking lot that is rarely in use. This mural is just a short walk around the corner from the Starland Mural on the corner of 41st and Bull Street, too!

OLDE PINK HOUSE - 23 Abercorn St

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Built in 1771 and now one of the most popular restaurants in Savannah is the Olde Pink House. With tons of history and decadent food it is definitely a place to check out, even if its just to take a picture with its gorgeous plant adorned pink walls. Take time to wander around the restaurant, too! It has so many places you could get a cute picture. So much so that we couldn't chose which photo we loved more! 


THE GROVE - 301 W Congress St

[Lack of Color Hat, Sancia Shirt, Frame jeans]

Located in the hustle and bustle of Savannah’s City Market, The Grove is a sanctuary to sip rosé and gather with friends and family. We love to head up to their rooftop bar surrounded by views of the city, and snap a picture for the ‘gram. Their renovation and restoration of a beautiful, old Savannah building never goes unnoticed. What are you waiting for? Head up to The Grove rooftop, sip on some rose, and snap a sweet pic for your Instagram.

STARLAND YARD - 2411 Desoto Avenue
We are so excited for the opening of this newest Savannah establishment! Tucked in the Starland District and opening on August 1st, it has a pizza restaurant, a bar, space for rotating food trucks, and murals GALORE! I am not kidding you when I say this place is going to be the hottest spot in Savannah and begging for you to take a photo in front of a mural. We took our picture in front of the mural done by SCAD graduate Julu, it is hard not to be obsessed with her work!