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Bonaventure Cemetery Tours
"Bonaventure Cemetery Tours - Stories EternalOscar Wilde called it ""Incomparable."" John Berendt gave it to the world in the pages of ""Midnight In The Garden of Good and Evil."" Through 250 years few cemeteries have touched the hearts and minds of artists and people as has Bonaventure. Saying the name to a Savannahian is like speaking of their fondest friend. Let us guide you through her 100+ acres and reveal things that simply can't be understood or experienced by simply going there on your own. Like a great dinner party a part of Bonaventure's ritual is having a local make your acquaintance to all of the interesting characters but before introducing you
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Historic Haunts Trolley Tour of Savannah
"Choose between the 2-hour narrated tour with dinner at The Pirates' House or the 2-hour narrated tour with exclusive access to the Sorrel-Weed House. For the 2-hour narrated tour of the Historic District and dinner at The Pirates' be picked up from your hotel and arrive at the restaurant at 7pm. After enjoying your delicious meal tour the Rum Cellar underneath the building to begin your ghost adventure. Then take the trolley around the Historic District for your thrilling exposure to the dark side of Savannah.For the 2-hour narrated tour of the Historic District with exclusive access to the Sorrel-Weed House be picked up from your hotel. Begin your tour of the Historic District at either 8pm or 9pm. Ride around in the comfortable trolley as you visit all of the haunted spots in Savannah. Go to The Pirates' House Rum Cellar and then the Sorrel-Weed House for """Fulfill your dream of being a ghost hunter on this popular
From $37.00
 
Neighborhoods of Savannah Tour
"At 10am meet your guide at 250 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. Find a seat on the climate controlled minibus and then head down the oak-lined streets of Savannah to begin your 3-hour tour. Ride through the Historic District while enjoying live nar see the forgotten neighborhoods of Savannah. Admire the whimsy and grace of the Victorian District. See the restoration process in the Thomas Square neighborhood. Discover the history of the Beech Institute area and the grandeur of Victory Drive.
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More Things to Do in Savannah

Savannah's trees cannot be ignored

Savannah is very flat and laid out in a series of squares...each one unique and more beautiful than the last. the architecture is wonderful everywhere in the historic district.... but the thing that...
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Pawtuxet
Apr 25, 2016

Savvy Savannah Tours

I booked a ghost tour called Spectres of Savannah with Savvy Savannah tours on the same day I wanted to take the tour. Unfortunately, my tour guide didn't show (I later learned that she was sick) - it...
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FatesWarn
Mar 09, 2016

Webb Military Museum

The Webb Military Museum is an in depth view of people from various wars ( mostly American ) through artifacts & written accounts. A must see for veterans like myself. Very insightful for those...
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brkilbourne
Mar 05, 2016

Riverfront

We walked along the Savannah River; on cobblestone stopping to explore the people, scenery, shops, and 21 restaurants. On River Street, in the heart of historic Savannah, you’ll find everything from...
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apbeaches
Jun 19, 2015

Ellis Square

Ellis Square was named after Henry Ellis, second Royal Governor of the Georgia colony. It was also known as Marketplace Square, as from the 1730s through the 1950s it served as a center of commerce...
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apbeaches
Jun 19, 2015

Massie Heritage Center

The Massie Heritage Center is represents the history of Savannah, its city plan, architecture, and the people who have lived here for centuries. The Massie School next door is named for Peter Massie...
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apbeaches
Jun 19, 2015
 
 
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Johnson Square

Named after Robert Johnson the Royal Governor of South Carolina the square was the 1st & largest square established.The 2 fountains in the square represent where James Oglethorpe had bread ovens...
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Nov 02, 2014

Fort Jackson State Park

On August 15, 2014, Tony, Noel and I was in Savannah, Ga celebrating Tony's 52nd birthday. We stopped at Fort Jackson to check out the site. We were actually on our way to Tybee Island on Rt 80 when...
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butterflykizzez04
Aug 19, 2014

A Gorgeous, Historical & Romantic City

Savannah offers a wonderful experience just strolling the streets and squares of its historical area. Truly beautiful with its rich southern architecture, Spanish moss draped trees, flowering shrubs,...
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charlenemixa
Aug 10, 2014

Club at Savannah Harbor: Very Good!

We recently played the Club at Savannah Harbor and thoroughly enjoyed our round of golf this July day. The course has enough challenge to keep us alert, adding plenty of bunkers for extra excitement....
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charlenemixa
Aug 10, 2014

Historic Savannah Theatre

We loved "Hurray for Hollywood". The cast is awesome and the show was excellent. With the energy, enthusiasm and talent an evening at the Savannah Theatre is great to add to a visit to Savannah. We...
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charlenemixa
Jun 15, 2014

Johnson Square

Johnson Square was the first of Savannah's squares and remains the largest of the 24. It was named for Robert Johnson, colonial governor of South Carolina and a friend of General Oglethorpe.[7][8]...
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apbeaches
Feb 02, 2014

Walking in High Cotton!

While Savannah was built around the cotton industry, this is not where cotton is typically grown. Georgia's best cotton producing region is in the southwest corner of the state, including Dooly,...
Ewingjr98
Sep 09, 2012

Slow Down in Savannah

We recently took a little one day trip to Savannah with our kids and it was amazing. There are plenty of books for the walking tours that you can do yourself. These are nice, but the city is large and...
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JckNSally13
Jul 24, 2012

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