Top Things To Do In Savannah

Known as an industrial city, Savannah is more than just a busy Atlantic Seaport. It features beautiful architecture and adventurous nature expeditions. We recently joined the Savannah community this month with the opening of our newest occupational medicine center!

Now we’re hitting the town with these four must-visit attractions as recommended by our staff at Nova Medical Centers:

Wormsloe Historic Site

Few things capture the beauty and charm of the south like oak lined streets. Wormsloe features one of the prettiest avenues of oaks that lead to the main visitor center. Visitors can explore the ruins of the oldest remaining structure in Savannah and watch living history demonstrations.
(Picture Source: Wikipedia)

Cathedral of St. John the Baptist

Built in 1839, this towering cathedral is a site to be seen by all. Make sure to visit during the day so you can appreciate all of the beautiful French Gothic architecture that the cathedral has to offer. Don’t forget to wear sunglasses because you will be looking up high at the cathedral spires! (Picture Source: Wikipedia)

Oatland Island Wildlife Center

Grab you camera because you could see a gray wolf, a Gopher tortoise, or even a southern flying squirrel! Located just 10 miles from Nova Medical Center in Savannah, this wildlife center is the place to go on a hike and animal spotting. Visitors are encouraged to take pictures of the animals so make sure you’re quick with the camera when you spot a wolf! (Picture Source: Oatland Island Wildlife Facebook)

Squares & Parks

Known as one of the 10 most beautiful places in America, Savannah’s downtown features 22 squares that serve as the city’s icons. Each square has a unique feature and statues so get ready to walk the entire thing! Learn more about each square here.

We’re ready to walk the miles and miles Savannah has to offer so if you see any of our Nova Medical Center team members out, make sure to say hi!

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