Staycation Spring Break Kids’ Activities in Savannah

Spring break Staycation Kids' Activities 2013Whether your kids’ spring break is the week of March 25 or April 1, if you’re planning to stick around town, we’ve got you covered with fun, kid-friendly activities to check out. Be sure to check our Events Calendar for a complete listing of activities. Staycation Spring Break Activities in Savannah include:

Dig Savannah: Tour an active Savannah archaeological site for free, Tues-Sat, March 19-May 11. FREE guided tours are 90 minutes each. Details here.

Spring Break Drop-off Art Activities @ Telfair Museum’s Jepson Center, Savannah.
These one hour programs are offered each day of the week at 10:15 a.m. Advanced registration encouraged but not required; class size is limited to 12 participants. Ages 5-18 years | March 25 – March 29; April 1 – April 5
Details here.

The UpBeats imagiNATION Workshop presents “A Jumpin’ UpBeat Sing-a-Long” , live @ Savannah Country Day School
April 6
Details here.

Wkend Easter Egg Hunts. Details here.

Savannah Riverboat Cruises offers Easter Brunch Cruises with the Easter Bunny & an on-board Easter Egg Hunt, also Easter Dinner Cruises. Details here.

FREE Cherokee Spring Powwow, St. George
Cherokee of Georgia are gathering April 4-6, 2013: Thursday through Saturday for their annual spring powwow at the tribal grounds in St. George.
FREE Admission. FREE parking.
Details here.

Puppet People Spring Break Morning Shows, Savannah
April 1-5
Details here.

Spring Break Art Camp for Ages 5-12, Savannah
9 AM-5 PM April 1-5
Details here.

Dixie chicks: Chick Hatchery at Oglethorpe Mall, Savannah March 27-29. Kids can watch the chicks emerge from their eggs and hold a newly hatched chick. Details here.

FREE Storybook Art with Scribble Art Studio, Savannah.
Southwest Chatham Library
Tuesday, March 26, 4:30 p.m.
Featuring the book “The Princess and the Pea” by H.C. Andersen

Nature Program: Toddler Tuesdays at Oatland Island Wildlife Center, Savannah
The title of this nature program is misleading because it really is suitable for the preschool to kindergarten set.
Details here.

Season opener for Savannah Sand Gnats minor league baseball
April 4 with a second game on April 5
Details here.

Favorite Roadtrips to Kid-Friendly Spots Well-Worth the Drive
Details here.

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