Historic Savannah Walking Tour
- Discover Colonial history and a vibrant modern day culture
- Hear about the best shopping and dining
- Get to know a beautiful, history-rich city
This tour brings the city's history, art, and culture to life. With plenty of insider tips and hints for enjoying your stay, such as where to find the best dining and shopping and the whereabouts of those secret hidden attractions that few visitors get to see, this tour is sure to help you make the most of your time in Savannah!
We begin right in the heart of the historic district, where there are more than 20 historic squares, famous old oak mansion houses and fabulous colonial landmarks. Filled with reminders of the Civil War, a visit to the Savannah History Museum or one of its 3 remaining forts is sure to provide a compelling history lesson. And at the end of the walking tour, why not finish your trip with time at one of Savannah's picturesque beaches?
- Knowledgeable guide
Prepare for the activity
The tour begins in Warren Square (Congress and Habersham streets). There are metered spots around the areas that tours depart from. There is a new city parking garage located within a block of Reynolds Square. It is located at the corner of Drayton and E. Bryan Streets, with entrances on Drayton and Abercorn Streets. The fee is $1.00 for the first hour, and $ .50 for each additional hour thereafter, for a maximum of $4.00 per day.Open in Google Maps ⟶