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Savannah: Haunted Pubs and Taverns Walking Tour

Product ID: 18705
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Walk and drink your way around the pubs and taverns in the old colonial part of Savannah's Historic District, where your guide will tell you about local legends and lore. Shocking soirees! Scandalous affairs! Don't let the Southern charm fool you.
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Duration: 2 hours
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Experience

Highlights
  • Enjoy a few drinks as you go around the places where Savannahans have met each other and unwound since colonial times
  • Learn about scandalous goings-on beneath the city's carefully cultivated charm
  • Stroll through America's largest National Landmark Historic District
Full description
A seasoned guide escorts you around the pubs and taverns of Old Savannah, where you will be able to purchase drinks to go at discounted rates. Alcoholic beverages of 16 ounces or less are allowed – and even encouraged – on this tour.

With so much history, Savannah is bound to have a few skeletons in her closet, and maybe just a bit more! Your guide will tell stories of how each establishment has earned its place in history. Shocking soirees. Scandalous affairs. Don't let the Southern charm fool you.

You might have been on pub crawls elsewhere, but in Savannah it's a relaxed stroll, at least to start.
Includes
  • Knowledgeable guide
What’s Not Included
  • Drinks (may be purchased in the pubs and taverns at discounted rates)
  • Transportation
  • Gratuities

Prepare for the activity

Meeting point

Meet your guide in front of the information kiosk in Ellis Square. Please allow enough time to park. Your best bet is to acquire a Visitor Day Pass. This costs $8 and provides unlimited parking in any city parking garage or lot. Passes are available at many hotels and inns, the Visitors' Center and the Parking Services office.

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Important information
Know before you go
• Please wear comfortable walking shoes and dress for the weather
• Walks will depart in light rain, so please bring an umbrella or rain coat if the weather looks questionable
• During the summer, please be mindful of the Southern heat and humidity, and bring water along