Good vibes everywhere! As spring starts, Savannah offers fun-filled and exciting events wherein you could spend your weekends with. Shy away from your stressful weekdays and start exploring this best picked Savannah events this March 24-25.

1. Libertea High Tea

When: March 24

Where: Savannah Coffee Roasters 215 W Liberty St., Georgia

Start your spring with a relaxing open fire and satisfy your sweet cravings together with scrumptious pastries, cakes, chocolates, other delicious desserts and assorted finger sandwiches at Savannah Coffee Roasters for only $25.00.

2. Abby the Archaeobus

When: March 24

Where: Abby the Archaeobus Forsyth Park, East Park Ave. Savannah, GA 31402 United States

Abby the Archaeobus offers an array of fun archeological activities both for adults and kids for FREE. This interactive informational program will surely pique the interests of everyone while learning the world of archeology as the curriculum has met many mandated education standards.

3. Shop More Local Spring Fair

When: March 24

Where: Coastal Discovery Museum at Honey Horn Plantation Honey Horn Drive Hilton Head Island, SC 29926 United States

This FREE event caters the local products of Savannah in a variety of food. crafts and artisan goods. Aside from the shopping fun, enjoy performances from various local artists and other community shows. Kids will definitely love the Kid Zone sponsored by Crush Entertainment for only 1$ each.

4. Tybee Island Light Station and Museum Tours

When: March 24

Where: Tybee Island Lighthouse, 30 Meddin Ave.,  Tybee Island, GA, 31328, USA

Visit Georgia's oldest and tallest lighthouse whose history dates back from 1736. Tybee Island Light Station stands 145 feet tall and has 3 Light Keeper's Cottages nearby. Make sure to check the weather first before paying a visit!

5. “Savannah Live” at Savannah Theatre

When: March 24

Where: Historic Savannah Theatre. 222 Bull St. 

Live the moment, enjoy musical performances of different genres from Rock, Pop, Broadway, Motown to Rock 'n Roll as the Savannah Historic Theatre brings you this high energy event.

6. 83rd Annual Savannah Tour of Homes & Gardens

When: March 25

Where: Downtown Savannah Bull Street and Oglethorpe Street, Savannah, GA, 31401

Grab the opportunity to see some of Savannah's finest homes that are seldom seen by the majority of the visitors as the Annual Savannah Tour of Homes captivates you with their astonishing designs and architecture. Tour starts at 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.

7. Historic Diesel Locomotive Train Rides

When: March 25

Where: Georgia State Railroad Museum, 655 Louisville Road, Savannah, Georgia, 31401

Delve into the railroad history of Savannah as you explore Savannah's historic railcars, handcars and more as you visit Georgia's State Railroad Museum. Come bring the whole family and share the coastal and societal heritage experience with this locomotive train rides.

8. Flannery O’Connor Annual Birthday Parade and Street Fair

When: March 25

Where: Flannery O'Connor, 207 East Charlton St., Savannah, GA, 31401, USA

Celebrate Flannery O' Connor's birthday bash with funfilled activities from the free family run, music jam, parade and more while also getting a chance to have a glimpse of local author's art and writings. Kids will surely love the chicken-poop bingo and a visit to Flannery O' Connor's home.

9. Southern Women’s Show

When: March 25

Where: Savannah International Trade and Convention Center, Savannah GA

This event is the perfect avenue to bond with your fellow women of all sorts. Featuring a discounted girl's night out, food lion and kitchen stage, ultimate shopping experience, gourmets from finest women chefs and many more. 

10. Scenic Impressions: Southern Interpretations from the Johnson Collection

When: March 25

Where:  Telfair Academy 121 Barnard St Savannah, 31401

Feed your eyes with the Southern Paintings from the Johnson Collection. These arts represent the transition of trends from 19th and early 20th centuries. Their focus on Tonalism, Impressionism, and naturalism created unique works that celebrated the South as exotic other offering refuges from a rapidly modernizing world.