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Savannah: Hop-On Hop-Off Historic Trolley Tour

1. Savannah: Hop-On Hop-Off Historic Trolley Tour

Spend the day exploring Savannah with a hop-on hop-off trolley bus tour and get to know the city via a lively narration from costumed guides. Discover one of the largest National Urban Historic Landmarked Districts in the United States. The full-day sightseeing tour is the expanded version of the Overview Tour, and in addition to the informative narration by your tour guide, you will be able to explore the Historic District at your own pace by utilizing the 15 trolley stops throughout the day. Each stop is conveniently located near points of interest, such as the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, City Market, and River Street. See unique shops and boutiques, as well as dozens of fabulous restaurants. This touring option is ideal for those who want to see Savannah in its full and finest glory. The tour departs daily, 7 days a week, from 09:00 AM and every 15-20 minutes until 4:30 PM, giving you plenty of options of when to take your tour.

Savannah: Boo Y'all Comedy Ghost Party Bus Tour

2. Savannah: Boo Y'all Comedy Ghost Party Bus Tour

Hop aboard our air-conditioned party bus for a 90-minute ghost tour celebrating the City Built on the Dead. We guarantee you’ll have a spooky good time! Led by a professional comedian, this side-splitting tour, designed for visitors age 21 and over, includes a stop at McDonough’s, a favorite local pub, where attendees can get their favorite spirits “to-go,” Savannah-style. You’ll even get visits from some of Savannah ghostly beings along the way, all of whom are only too eager to share their tragic stories with you. Additional highlights include Wright Square, the site of many public hangings in the early days of the colony, and the Green-Meldrim House, where General Sherman resided during the Civil War. You’ll even see the Juliette Gordon Low House, the birthplace of the Girl Scouts, and other haunted landmarks in downtown Savannah. We hope you’ll join us for BOO Y’ALL! Be forewarned – you may just die laughing.

Savannah: Terrors, Ghosts, and Ghouls Walking Tour

3. Savannah: Terrors, Ghosts, and Ghouls Walking Tour

Explore the haunted history and ghosts of Savannah on a guided walk through the historic downtown area. This interactive tour will take you to a mix of up to 8 locations, where you'll hear tales of the hauntings that persist at iconic historic buildings, squares, and cemeteries. Discover the ghosts of Savannah at night and uncover the mysteries at each historic house and the tragic, mysterious, or unexplained events that caused them to be haunted. Venture to multiple historic and infamous hotspots, including the Kehoe House, Davenport House, The Juliette Gordon Low House, and The Cursed Wright Square. Find out why Juliette Gordon Low was cursed from the day of her wedding and why the Wright Square has a beautiful but deadly past that continues to haunt the city. Get the inside scoop on favorite local spirits while walking the cobblestone streets. By the end of the tour, you'll have a better understanding of why Savannah is said to be the most haunted city in the country and why its locations top the most haunted lists year after year after year.

Savannah: City Highlights Self-Guided Audio Walking Tour

4. Savannah: City Highlights Self-Guided Audio Walking Tour

Start by downloading the Action Tour Guide app, which will function as your personal tour guide, audio tour, and map all in one. Note: This 4+ mile-long tour covers the essentials of Savannah in 1-2 hours. Once downloaded, your tour begins at the Savannah Visitor Center. From there, you’ll stroll toward the waterfront. On your way, you’ll hear about Savannah’s pre-colonization history. The first landmark you’ll see is the Ships of the Sea museum, which offers a chance to learn more about how maritime trade shaped Savannah. Then there’s the First African Baptist Church, dating back to 1773! You won’t be able to resist snapping some photos when you arrive at the riverfront, especially since it looks like a slice of the past! As you walk along these cobbled streets, you’ll hear about the struggle between enslavers and abolitionists. Then, you’ll stop at Factor’s Walk, an old brick building which was once one of the biggest export hubs of cotton in the world. After that, you’ll pass Emmet Park and discover why Irish history is such a big deal in Savannah. Your route takes you next to the Olde Pink House, which dates back to 1771 and has seen just about every major era of Savannah’s history firsthand. But the next stop, Johnson Square, is even older, with origins in 1734! Next, you’ll pass a market which has survived wars, hurricanes, and even fires. Just beyond that is Telfair Academy, the oldest art museum in the southern US. At the Owens-Thomas House, next, you’ll get a good look at some of Savannah’s most striking historic architectural trends. Then you’ll stop by the birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low, founder of the Girl Scouts of America! After that, you’ll find yourself at the Harper Fowlkes House, a Greek Revival structure exemplifying the lavish wealth of antebellum Savannah. Next, take a breather on a bench in Chippewa Square, where a famous scene from Forrest Gump was filmed! Then, check out the Independent Presbyterian Church of Savannah, built to look just like the one commissioned by King George II. Savannah Theatre is up next, a still-active theatre which has been putting on performances since 1818! Then you’ll stop at Savannah’s first Roman Catholic church and learn its unexpected origins. Next, you’ll see Madison Square and relive the bloody battle that played out there in 1779. Then, take a moment to admire the Sorrel Weed House, the largest residential property in the entire city. Learn about General Sherman's March to the Sea and admire a former opulent veranda of Savannah's richest residents on your tour. Visit famous author Flannery O'Connor's childhood home, Calhoun Square with a dark history, and Forsyth Park, the city's oldest and perfect for a picnic. Next, swing by the site of a grisly murder that was made infamous by the 1994 novel Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. Finally, you’ll arrive at the Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum. Your tour concludes here.

Savannah: Self-Guided Walking Tours Bundle

5. Savannah: Self-Guided Walking Tours Bundle

Start by downloading the Action Tour Guide app, which will function as your personal tour guide, audio tour, and map all in one. Note: This 8+ mile-long tour covers the essentials of Savannah in 2-3 hours. Once downloaded, your Historic Savannah tour begins at the Savannah Visitor Center. Your first stop is the Ships of the Sea museum, dedicated to how maritime trade shaped the city. Next, you’ll arrive at the riverfront and walk the cobbled streets as you dig into the city’s history. You’ll pause at Factor’s Walk, once a huge export hub for cotton. Then, admire the Olde Pink House, dating back to 1771. The next stop is even older: Johnson Square, established 1734! After that is a market with a long history, followed by the oldest art museum in the South. The Owens-Thomas House, up next, demonstrates Savannah’s striking historic architecture. That’s followed by the birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low, who founded the Girl Scouts! Next up is a jaw-dropping Greek Revival structure, then a historic park best known as a filming location for Forrest Gump! Savannah Theatre is your next stop, where performances have been held since 1818! Then, see Savannah’s first Roman Catholic church. Madison Square follows, where you’ll revisit a battle that unfolded in 1779. Then there’s the sprawling Sorrel Weed House, perfect for a photo op, followed by the childhood home of author Flannery O’Connor! Learn the dark history of Calhoun Square next before pausing for a picnic in the city’s oldest, lushest park. Then see the site of an infamous murder immortalized in the novel Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. Your tour concludes at the Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum. Your ghost tour of Savannah begins at Reynolds Square. It also leads to the Olde Pink House, the site of mysterious orb sightings. Next, you’ll visit the site of the Pulaski Hotel, supposedly haunted by a 19th century child. Then there’s the former City Hotel, so haunted it has appeared on TV more than once! On the riverfront, you’ll find the Shrimp Factory, where employees report hair-raising events after hours. Next is the Hampton-Lillibridge House, which hides a history of mysterious accidents. Beyond that is the Marshall House, where century-old human remains were uncovered during renovations. Wright Square is next, where tragic executions have left behind a lingering presence. After that is Colonial Park Cemetery, home to thousands of unmarked graves. Then, stop by Battlefield Park, site of a major clash during the Revolutionary War. Finally, you’ll arrive at the Roundhouse Railroad Museum, site of numerous eerie sightings after dark. Your tour concludes here. This Bundle Includes: • Savannah City Walking Tour • Savannah Ghost Walking Tour • Atlanta Walking Tour ( Bonus Tour )

Savannah: Old Squares GPS Audio Guided Walking Tour

6. Savannah: Old Squares GPS Audio Guided Walking Tour

Embark on a step-by-step tour through the old squares of Savannah by following a GPS audio guide on your smartphone. Hear about the important history, stories, and filming locales of the city and discover the Telfair museum, Tomochichi's memorial, the founding of the Girl Scouts, and more. Walk through the original old town of Savannah at your own pace, guided by a GPS application on your phone. Appreciate a more convenient and better storyteller than a live guide and stop and start as you please along the tour. Find out about Savannah's founding, its buildings, churches, and squares. Take a moment to enter into the Telfair museum, where Forest Gump was filmed, and learn about the origins of the Girl Scouts. Discover Tomochichi's memorial in Wright Square and learn of the important relationship between the settlers and native peoples of America at the time. Take the option to stop the tour and browse the shops and squares, or get something to eat at a local restaurant. When you're ready to start again, just go to your last location and open the app. If you find yourself wondering more about a certain spot, click the Go Deeper button and uncover further insights into the monument.

Savannah: History and Southern Hospitality Homes Walk

7. Savannah: History and Southern Hospitality Homes Walk

The image of genteel Southern culture may or may not have been born in Savannah, but it surely lives on in this aristocratic city. This enchanting walk through the heart of the Historic District takes you inside one of Savannah's many beautiful historic homes, and focuses on the rich architectural heritage of the city's domestic dwellings. One place you'll see on this tour is the Owens-Thomas House, widely regarded as the premier example of regency architecture in the United States. You'll also see the Green Meldrim House, where General William T. Sherman was a "guest" during the Civil War. Other house highlights include discussions on the development of domestic dwellings in Savannah over two centuries. The tour includes admission to the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace, consecrated as Savannah's first National Historic Landmark to honor the founder of the Girl Scouts.

Savannah: Heart of Savannah Walking Tour

8. Savannah: Heart of Savannah Walking Tour

Explore Savannah with a local guide on a walking tour. Learn about the city's rich history, see Savannah's beautiful squares, and stroll through the historic district. Begin your tour in Wright Square and stroll through the historic center. As you walk, learn about the founding of the city and how Savannah has continued to develop. As you walk, spot various architectural details with the help of your guide. Hear about Savannah and the American Revolution, the Civil War, and the people who worked hard to make Savannah the gem she is today. Finish your tour in the beautiful Forsyth Park.

Ghostly Journey Self-Guided Walking & Driving Bundle Tour

9. Ghostly Journey Self-Guided Walking & Driving Bundle Tour

Start by downloading the Action Tour Guide app, which will function as your personal tour guide, audio tour, and map. Purchase one tour per car, not per person. Everyone listens together! Your spectral journey commences at Fredericksburg's iconic 600 Sophia Street, a stone's throw away from Riverfront Park. At The Chimneys, whispers of a ghostly harpist resonate, while eerie footsteps are reported at the Visitor Center, a structure with two centuries under its roof. Traverse the historic Caroline Street and hear tales of ghostly Union soldiers who left their mark. The story then unfolds across the Rappahannock River at Chatham Manor, home to the elusive White Lady of Chatham. The Lewis Store, steeped in history, carries murmurs of the restless spirit of Fielding Lewis. Meanwhile, Rising Sun Tavern is said to be still frequented by its fond tavern keeper, John Frazer. The tales grow darker at 303 Fauquier Street, with an air of tragedy from a past suicide. The Kenmore Inn, once an impromptu Union hospital, echoes with the cries of the wounded. St. George Episcopal Church and Cemetery, a magnet for paranormal enthusiasts, will chill you to your core. Your Fredericksburg leg concludes with whispers of the Underground Railroad back at The Chimneys. Shift the gears to Gettysburg, where the haunting begins at the Heritage Center. Discover the chilling history of Oak Ridge, the unsettling tales from Seminary Ridge, and the spine-tingling encounters at Eisenhower Farm. Little Round Top's eerie apparitions and Devil’s Den's benevolent spirit are bound to captivate. The haunting climax is Pickett’s Charge, a landscape marked by lost souls forever tied to their tragic end. Boston invites you to uncover its paranormal history, starting at the notorious Boylston Street Station. Venture through burial grounds like Central Burying and King’s Chapel, each holding their eerie secrets. A chilling book in the Boston Athenaeum and the haunted Omni Parker House await your discovery. The tour takes a sinister turn at the Boston Massacre Site, before ending at the unsettling Copp's Hill Burying Ground. Conclude in Savannah, a city awash with ghostly legends. From the eerie orbs at the Olde Pink House to the chilling history of the Marshall House, every corner holds a tale. Explore historic squares and houses like the Mercer-Williams House, featured in the famed 'Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil'. Your tour wraps up at the Roundhouse Railroad Museum, shrouded in mystery. Brace yourself for a spine-tingling exploration that transcends time and space, offering tales of hauntings, history, and heartbeats that refuse to fade. This Bundle Includes: • Gettysburg's Ghost Driving Tour • Fredericksburg's Ghost Walking Tour • Savannah's Ghost Walking Tour • Boston's Ghost Walking Tour

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Guide very knowledgeable and fun! I was able to open plastic cover for better views with approval of other riders near me in a chilly day. Was helped by ticket reviewer. Was disappointed to see I purchased ticket in advance from you but others buying tickets that day at the check-in desk got a discount. Felt buying in advance from a third party was a disadvantage.

The activity is very good. Unfortunately there is no service in Spanish. It would be very good if they had recordings in different languages to make the most of the visit.

This is a must activity for Savannah. The guides have great historical knowledge. Easy to hop on and off.

So fun! Our guide was hilarious and made the tour a ton of fun. I would highly recommend this tour.

Learned a lot about the city. Great tour. I wasn’t aware it was private but it was nice.