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SAINT AUGUSTINE – The St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum will conduct a one-day trip to historic Tybee Island Lighthouse and downtown Savannah, Ga.

Once we board the luxury coach, hosts will pop the champagne for mimosas and snack on a spread of breakfast breads and fruit.  Each guest will be given a “swag bag” with items for the trip.  Once everyone has settled in, we will begin a drawing with some amazing prizes.  The bus  is equipped with outlets and free WiFi, so you won’t have to worry about keeping in touch while away for the day.
Arrival on Tybee Island will be at approximately 10:30a.m. for the tour of  Georgia’s oldest and tallest lighthouse.

Lunch in Savannah will be at the  iconic Lady & Sons Restaurant and will include a buffet with Paula Deen’s famous fried chicken, some classic southern sides and dessert. A leisurely stroll down the road to the William Scarborough House and Gardens which is home to the Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum follows, and then the return to St. Augustine.

The Specifics:
Trip Date: Oct.  25.

Depart St. Augustine at 7 a.m. 
$130/ person & $125 for St. Augustine Lighthouse Members
Cost includes transportation, admission to Tybee Island Lighthouse, Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum and lunch at The Lady & Sons Restaurant.
Space is limited. Contact Jennifer Thompson at (904) 829-0745 ext. 220 or via email at jthompson@staugustinelighthouse.org

 

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