Frugal is the new smart! The Thunderbird Inn also knows frugal doesn’t have to be tight and stingy. Just look at our colorful, hip rooms – they’re clean, cheerful and cheap, so you have money left over to actually DO something in Savannah.
Guests can park their car outside their room and discover Savannah on foot. We’re just off the Boulevard (Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, that is) and that’s where you go for some of the hottest happenings in this historic city. Things are always developing and always fresh here.
Stroll down the Boulevard to Savannah College of Art and Design’s Museum of Art, which opened Fall 2011. You’re riding shank’s mare (walking, in other words) so you don’t have to jostle for parking and you can appreciate the everything-old-is-new-again building that is as much art as anything within its walls.
SCAD’s museum can’t claim the title of newest museum in Savannah for long.
Folks at the Coastal Heritage Society expect to open the first phase of the Savannah Children’s Museum this June. That’s practically next door (well, the Visitors’ Center, in the same building which houses the Savannah History Museum, stands between them) to the SCAD museum and on the same site as the Roundhouse Railroad Museum and Battlefield Park, site of a deadly Revolutionary War battle.
So use shoe leather to get around and common sense to steer you to the hippest hotel in Savannah. There! You just got your Ph.D. in Savannah-style frugality.
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