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In the center of Jekyll’s historic district on the Intracoastal Waterway, 12 miles from Brunswick and Interstate 95. 60 minutes from Jacksonville, Florida, and Savannah, Georgia. Jacksonville Int’l Airport: 55 miles, 50 minutes.

Driving Directions

Exit #29 off I-95. Go north on Highway 17 for six miles to the Jekyll Island Causeway.

Nearest Airport

Brunswick Golden Isles Airport: 31 km / 19.5 miles, 28 minutes || Jacksonville International Airport: 102 km / 63.5 miles, 1 hour.

Hotel Address

371 Riverview Drive, Jekyll Island

Georgia, United States 31527

Historic Hotels of America Recommended Points of Interest

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    Driftwood Beach

    Explore the many picturesque driftwood trees at this magnificent beach.

  • Fort Frederica National Monument

    Fort Frederica National Monument

    Discover the Fort Frederica National Monument.

  • Hamilton Plantation Slave Cabins

    Hamilton Plantation Slave Cabins

    Explore the Hamilton Plantation Slave Cabins, which are listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.

  • Horton House Ruins

    Horton House Ruins

    Discover the brilliant ruins of this 18th-century home and brewery complex.

  • Jekyll Island Arts Association At Goodyear Cottage

    Jekyll Island Arts Association at Goodyear Cottage

    Discover the local art exhibits of the Jekyll Island Arts Association inside the historic Goodyear Cottage.

  • Mosaic Jekyll Island Museum

    Mosaic Jekyll Island Museum

    Experience the history of Jekyll Island inside this restored historic stable.

  • St. Simons Island Lighthouse Museum

    St. Simons Island Lighthouse Museum

    Discover the heritage of coastal Georgia inside this wonderfully restored historic structure.

  • The Georgia Sea Turtle Center

    The Georgia Sea Turtle Center

    Experience The Georgia Sea Turtle Center and learn about the lives of the area's local sea turtle population.

  • The Wanderer Memorial

    The Wanderer Memorial

    Experience the history of the Middle Passage at this UNESCO Slave Route Project “Site of Memory."

  • World War II Home Front Museum

    World War II Home Front Museum

    Explore the contributions of coastal Georiga to the national war effort during World War II.