Join one of our fun tours around the downtown historic district.
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This walking tour is fact-filled and adaptable to each group depending on their interests. Very family friendly so your young ones are more than welcome!
On this unique experience you will hear of history going back almost 4,000 years ago!
Stories are shared about the many cultural influences in Savannah including Irish, Gullah Geechee, and Native tribes.
Squares on this tour include Wright, Chippewa, Madison, Lafayette, Columbia, and Oglethorpe.
History exudes throughout the houses dating to 1819 built out of oyster shells, paved over gravestones, magnificent fountains made at local iron works, and glorious churches of religions once banned.
Enjoy the many architectural, cultural, and historical features of this charming planned city.
See Savannah with a local guide and have fun along the way!→
Stroll the squares arriving first at Cup to Cup Café to enjoy a locally roasted gourmet coffee.
The next stop is Adam Turoni's Chocolat where we will be treated to an artisan chocolate truffle made in house.
End at the filming location of the bench scene in Forrest Gump when he said "life is like a box of chocolates."
This fun walking tour combines learning the tales of Savannah with the enjoyment of live music and drinks if you choose to purchase at the stops. It's an exciting way to hear Savannah's history and find the best local flavor. The open container law allows you to stroll with a 12 ounce to-go cup. This experience includes anywhere from 3 to 5 bar stops depending on your preferences and the pace of the tour.→
This is a fun opportunity to enjoy Savannah around locals' time to imbibe. We journey through Savannah's squares learning history while staying hydrated. We begin inside at the bar and your first happy hour drink is on us! The next stop has a delicious and dangerous Scorpion Tea. We walk past city market to end at River Street for a beautiful view of the Savannah River. If you are game for another we say goodbye at Fiddler's which usually has live afternoon music. This is a mixture of Savannah history, local culture, and drinking inspired lore.→