Our Tybee Island attractions are fun for the whole family! Love history and learning more about wildlife in the area? Then visit the Oatland Wildlife Center, Tybee Museum, and or step back in time at Fort Pulaski National Monument. Want to go explore some cool Tybee Island landmarks? Take the 178 steps to the top of the Tybee Island Lighthouse for a view over the whole island and then check out the museum for exciting historical information. Looking to get up close and personal with sea life? Take a dolphin tour and check out visit the marine Science center. We want your visit to this beautiful area to be a great experience, so feel free to ask our team about their favorite Tybee Island attractions or any other questions you might have about booking one of our Tybee Island vacation rentals.
A trip to Little Tybee
Uninhabited Little Tybee is only accessible by boat or kayak. This unspoiled barrier island is perfect for a day trip or even an overnight camping trip. Tybee Island does not allow pets on the beach, but you may bring your fur buddy to Little Tybee!...More Info
Bull River Cruises
Bull river Marina offers Dockage, Fishing Charters, Boat Rentals, Daufuskie Island Ferry Service, Dolphin Tours, and much more!
8005 Old Tybee Road
Rent a kayak, boat or take a boat charter past the Cockspur Lighthouse. Situated on an islet off the southeastern tip of Cockspur Island marking the South Channel of the Savannah River, the Cockspur Lighthouse is stands twelve miles east of the port ...More Info
Fort Pulaski National Monument
Fort Pulaski National Monument is located on Cockspur Island between Savannah and Tybee Island, Georgia. This Historic fort is a must see! The park features nature trails, a museum and bike trails. Hwy 80 East, Savannah GA (Tybee Road)912-786-5787...More Info
Glazed and Confused
Glazed And Confused is a Paint Your Own Pottery Studio located in the Shops at Tybee Oaks on Tybee Island. They offer a variety of over 100 pieces to choose from. Groups or Parties! Individual walk-ins are always welcome! Fun for ALL ages! 1213 ...More Info
Of all of our Tybee Island parks, Jaycee Park is the more scenic with its lush nature of wildlife, a variety of plant life, and marshy creeks, There is a 1/4 mile track through, and around the area so one may see it all by taking a stroll or by bicyc...More Info
Marine Science Center
The mission of the Tybee Island Marine Science Center is to promote the appreciation, conservation, and understanding of the marine ecosystem of coastal Georgia through education and service. Marine education programs on Tybee Island began in 1987 wi...More Info
Memorial Park on Tybee Island is a favorite location for picnicking, and other get-togethers for families and organizations. It’s found about the midpoint of the island located directly behind City Hall and the Tybee Library on Butler Ave. To k...More Info
Oatland Island Wildlife Center
Oatland Island Wildlife Center currently occupies over 100 acres of maritime forest and exhibits over 50 species of animals. For the past 30 plus years, the center has been introducing school groups and other guests to the wonderful natural wildlife ...More Info
Sweet Lowland Tours
Offering Dolphin tours, Eco tours, trips to Little Tybee, Dafauskie Island and much more! Contact Captain Harvey for tour suggestions.
Tybee Island Lighthouse
The Lightstation and Museum are surely a stop you do not want to miss. We encourage you to visit our Gift Shops to support our efforts. We also look forward to seeing you after your journey up our 178 steps to the top. Tours are self guided. At the L...More Info
The Tybee Island Museum is located across the street from the Tybee Island Lighthouse.
30 Meddin Ave
Tybee Pier and Pavilion
Tybee Pier and Pavillion features picnic tables, a snack bar and public restrooms. Located on the south end of Tybee and steps from many shops and restaurants. Fantastic spot for fishing and people watching! 912-652-6780...More Info