Quality Inn Midtown
7100 Abercorn Street
Savannah, GA 31406
Phone: (912) 352-7100
Fax: (912) 355-6408
7100 Abercorn Street, Savannah, GA, US, 31406
- Phone: (912) 352-7100
- Fax: (912) 355-6408
Gather up your family or head out with your gang for a movie at the Carmike 10, a part of the Carmike Cinemas chain. With movies for all, this multiplex has ten digital screens, surround sound, and stadium style seating. Call or check the website for schedules and other information.
Gather up your family or head out with your gang for a movie at the Regal Eisenhower Square 6, a part of the reputed Regal Entertainment Group. With movies for all, this cinema lets you watch them in comfort. Wheelchair access and listening devices make a visit here even more convenient. Grab a hot tub of popcorn and watch the magic unfold on a screen before you. Call or check the website for schedules and other information.
Ballroom dancing is one of the most elegant and stately ways of expression through the body, and it has been cherished for its grace for centuries. At the Savannah Ballroom Dance Studio, people can discover and be better acquainted with this dance form, and, perhaps, lose a few pounds in the process. Located to the immediate south of the Oglethorpe Mall, this dance studio offers ballroom dancing lessons for couples as well as singles, spanning age groups. Besides ballroom dancing, the studio also offers lessons in salsa, Argentine tango, rumba, and swing, among others. To know more, do see the website.
Since 1941, The William L. Grayson Stadium has played host to a number of sports, especially baseball and is currently home to the Savannah Sand Gnats of the South Atlantic League. The stadium, being an important landmark in Savannah, is easy to locate and lies in the bounties of nature within plush green surroundings. The fully-roofed stadium provides seating arrangements for over 8000 people and is colorfully decorated with bright red and black. It is well-structured too, with the concession and souvenir stands located below the grandstand seatings and it also houses a separate out-field bleacher section. Over the years, it has played host to some of the greatest names in baseball including the likes of Ty Cobb and Mickey Mantle.
They say 'Never Judge a Book by its Cover' and it goes the same way with Wormhole. A simple establishment, with nothing out of the box, this place still manages to attract all the music lovers. Hosting performances of local soloist and bands, it presents various ticketed events. Wormhole also hosts a variety of touring groups who are distinguished by their acute music senses. Apart from live music events its also presents theatrical works and other performing arts. Wormhole opens from Monday to Wednesday at 8p.m. and stays so till after midnight. Check website for event schedules.
Safe // Sound is a cool entertainment venue that hosts variety of events throughout the year. This event space with a capacity to accommodate 200 guests is a versatile venue and it stages live music concerts, art expositions, art & crafts and similar other gigs; you can also hire Safe // Sound for film shoots.
This cineplex has nine screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please see their website.
In conjunction with the 1500-seat Savannah Community Theatre, this children's theatrical venue not only “inspires, educates and entertains”, but also encourages children to participate in plays and musicals, or join field trips. Productions have included Seussical, Snow White, Pirates of Penzance, Shakespeare in the Park and Babes in Toyland. Classes are also available to ages 4 and up such as Boot Camp for Singers, Creative Adventures and Creative Dramatics. “Camp On with the Show” is a summer program that culminates in a full scale musical production of a classic children's story. Price of show tickets and children's programs vary. - Natasha Lawrence
Opened in May 2007, this 1500-seat theater rose like a phoenix from a vacant department store building to become one of Savannah's most promising cultural venues. A three-quarter round theater, it is the brainchild of native Savannahian, Tom Coleman III, who has produced and directed over 200 shows in the Southeast. Good media reviews and word of mouth have attracted growing audiences with its productions of comedies, musicals and dramas, and have included Vanities, See How They Run, Radio Gals and Clue the Musical. A snack bar is available. Locals and long-term visitors are also welcome to volunteer as anything, from actor to usher.
This multiplex has 10 screens for your viewing pleasure. For an even more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information, please call or see their website.
Gather up your family or head out with your gang for a movie at the Wynnsong 11, a part of the Carmike Cinemas chain. With movies for all, this multiplex has 11 digital screens, surround sound and stadium style seating. Call or check the website for schedules and other information.
Opened in the late 19th century, Savannah Theater is the oldest and consistently functioning theater in America. With a refurbished outlook and state-of-the-art technical facilities, the theater still manages to maintain its historical charm. With a range of diverse theatrical performances in store, the venue is one of the most happening places in the cultural backdrop of Georgia.