The All Things Savannah Tour is a stroll through the heart of Savannah’s Historic District. A roughly one-mile, 1.5 to 2-hour introduction to the city, this tour focuses on the people, places and history that make Savannah unique, including:
How Gen. James Oglethorpe founded the colony of Georgia, and the story behind Savannah’s famous system ofsquares;
Why General William T. Sherman spared Savannah after destroying much of the rest of Georgia during his late-1864 March to the Sea;
The Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), and how it has transformed the city since opening in 1979; and,
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, and how its 1994 publication launched Savannah into international prominence.
We’ll be making stops along the way at River Street and the City Market, a pair of retail, restaurant and entertainment districts with long histories and plenty of places to explore; Broughton Street, the city’s main shopping street; and (of course) Savannah’s most beautiful squares.
Would you like an up-close-and-personal look at Savannah and its history? Then join us on the All Things Savannah Tour!
The All Things Savannah tour is given Thursday through Monday (we are closed Tuesday and Wednesday). Admission is $25 per adult (14 and older); $8 for children 8-13; Children under 8 free with paying adult.
Reservations required at least one hour in advance of tour time. Tours last approximately two hours. We walk rain or shine. Groups are limited to a maximum of 10. Closed Tuesday and Wednesday.
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