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The best way to see the historic district is by taking the trolley tour. The historic district is 240 acres and it's much better to get an overview by trolley. You also get to go inside 2 houses and a ticket for Faith Chapel is...More
A day or more on Jekyll Island is a day well spent, whether it is to learn the history, play on the beach, study coastal nature, attend a conference, or indulge in the luxury of the Jekyll Island Club.
We really enjoyed the ladies at the Gift Shop and having the opportunity to explore a few of the Millionaire "Cottages." The holiday decorations made the event extra special! The two downsides were the sound system on the trolley tour - both awkward and buggy...More
Learned so much about the millionaires who frequested this area. Only the creme de la creme were here or could afford to be here. Started as a hunting retreat for the rich and famous. Be sure and take the little troller around the grounds and...More
The historic district is made up of the Club, cottages, and museum. We enjoyed biking and walking around the area, reading about the history, and browsing through the stores. We even found the famouse hand blown glass art by Loretta Eby. The district is festively...More