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Bull Street Between West State and West York Streets, Savannah, GA
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Savannah History and Haunts Candlelit Ghost Tour
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Though charmingly romantic by day, Savannah becomes altogether spookier after sundown. Discover the city’s macabre side when you embark on a nighttime, ghostly walking tour, illuminated by candlelight. Meet your costumed guide in central Savannah after dark, and discover its historical squares, cobblestone streets, moss-draped trees, and even its cemeteries. As you go, learn about the city’s scariest ghost stories, unexplained happenings, and chilling characters.
$15.39 per adult
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This one is a bit smaller but it's in the middle of town so you will walk through it. A wonderful experience of tranquility, history, landscaping, and noble architecture.
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Sitting on the corner of State St and Bull St- it has an interesting history. The square contains 2 monuments one dedicated to William Washington Gordon and one to Tomo-Chi-Chi. It also has been nicknamed The Hanging Square because the first hanging in Savannah took place here.
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A small square in the centre of Savannah that has a memorial to the native Indian who assisted in the creation of Savannah.
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As you go through the square you get to read the plaques and get to know more about the history regarding the square
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This pretty Square was laid out in 1733 on Bull Street between State and York Streets, and is one of the city’s oldest squares. It was originally called Percival Square, but was later renamed to honor Sir James Wright – Georgia’s last Royal Governor. Originally, there was a
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