Architecture is your first encounter when you enter Historic Savannah. See how Savannah’s cultural and economic history shaped architecture from colonial to contemporary designs, including every era in between. Tours are offered daily and most depart from Oglethorpe Square. Customized tours are also available! Call for times and reservations.
Walking Tours in Savannah, GA
Discover Savannah the way people did back when James Oglethorpe founded it—by foot. Walk under canopies of live oak trees, through the city squares, stopping by historic homes, extravagant churches, beautiful theatres and museums, learning about the oldest city in the state of Georgia and uncovering some of the most notable, and talked about, spots in Downtown Savannah.
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Specializing in Walking Tours – Choose from: History & Architecture, Happy Hour Haunts, Haunted Pub, Haunted History, our family & pet friendly Ghost Hauntings PLUS Private Walking Tours. Reservations are required, so Book Now! Be sure to visit their amazing gift shop at 42 E. Bay St. next to the historic Savannah Cotton Exchange, where you will find a unique array of Savannah-made products, souvenirs, antiques, collectibles, and more. There’s something for everyone at Cool Savannah! Call or email them at: [email protected].
Sample delicious foods from several restaurants and specialty food stores as we walk through the picturesque squares while learning about the food, restaurants, history and culture of Savannah. So much fun and enough yummy food for lunch!
Cruise down memory lane with us! Come visit our showroom featuring up to 30 classic cars and trucks. Browse our classic car themed gift shop and take a look at our restoration shop, where old cars become new again! Just a short drive from the Savannah Visitors Center! 249 East Lathrop Avenue.
Now Open! The American Prohibition Museum is the first of its kind in the country and takes guests back into the 1900s as anti-alcohol rallies swept the U.S. and the booze problem was pushed into the forefront of American politics. Through immersive displays and state-of-the-art exhibits, guests learn how Prohibition and Temperance shaped thinking and culture for more than two hundred years of American history. 209 W. St. Julian St., City Market.
Discover Historic Savannah – beautiful and elegant by day – haunted, hallowed, and strange by night – with GENTEEL & BARD FINE SAVANNAH TOURS – quite literally the finest guided Savannah Walking History Tours and Savannah Ghost Tours the Hostess City has to offer. Discover why we’ve never received a bad review – not one. It’s the Genteel difference. Book online at GenteelAndBard.com or call (912) 373.6651.
Located near Columbia Square on York Street, the Webb Military Museum features military artifacts from the American Civil War to Desert Storm and displays original uniforms, headgear and equipment in a walk-through setting. The museum honors our servicemen from all wars and branches and many highlighting their stories of service. Girl scouts and group discounts available. 5 STAR RATING ON TRIP ADVISOR!
SAVANNAH BONAVENTURE DASH TOURS TOUR LIKE NEVER BEFORE! Bonaventure is a Southern Gothic sculpture garden consistently named on travel lists as one of the most beautiful cemeteries in the world. Experience our 2HR Bonaventure walking tour with the convenience of round trip shuttle service from the downtown area that’s cheaper than a cab ride. Tours daily at 10am and 2pm with door to door service from most hotels and inns or use one of the many trolley stops in the area. We come get you! Limited seating, reservations required. Call now to reserve or book online. Private, climate controlled, group tours of downtown and other locations available as well. (912) 401-2897.
Renowned the world over for hospitality and charm, Savannah is equally a wealth of history, mystery and culture. Even now you are only steps away from people and places that literally shaped the evolution of not only Savannah, but America itself. Give me two hours, and I’ll give you the story of my city, Savannah.