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Savannah Rambles

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“dirk hardison”(35 reviews)
“walking tour”(53 reviews)
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You are invited to walk with me as I use Savannah's architectural history as a visual aid to tell the history of Savannah's innovative city plan, icredible mix of architectural styles, and generations of diverse people who have created America's...more
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526 Price St, Savannah, GA 31401-5141
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All reviews dirk hardison walking tour architectural tour great tour preservation society hour tour savannah architecture architectural details great insight two hours wealth of information knowledgeable guide would highly recommend this tour trip to savannah come alive trolley tours interesting facts
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Reviewed October 15, 2018 via mobile

If you want the true scoop then this is the tour for you... dirk shares the history, people & reasons behind the many unique buildings. Very interesting! A good value

Thank Cami Z
Reviewed October 4, 2018

My husband and I very much enjoyed Dirk's tour in downtown Savannah. It was a great mix of history and architecture. Even though I grew up in Savannah, I certainly learned a lot. The tour doesn't cover a terribly large area, leaving room to delve...More

Thank erinrcollins
Reviewed June 27, 2018 via mobile

Dirk was recommended to us by a friend. It was our first visit to Savannah. All I can say is we learned more in the two hours with him than any other tour. No hokie ghost stories or people talking like Boss Hog (saw that...More

1  Thank troypaisley
Reviewed June 5, 2018

There is a tendency to look at a building and think that’s pretty, and then keep walking If you do that in Savannah, you are missing everything about the city that is worth knowing. Thankfully, we took this great walking tour about the architecture of...More

Thank ellenjdlmsw
Reviewed May 8, 2018

My wife and I enjoyed a great tour with a very knowledgeable Dirk Hardison of Savannah Rambles. Highly recommend.

1  Thank antarcticocean
Reviewed April 7, 2018

Dirk knows his stuff but the whole tour was only 5 or 6 blocks because we stopped and talked about all the nitty gritty - for example 10 minutes on the (beautiful) drain pipes - 2 minutes would have been plenty. Also, felt like he...More

1  Thank kelleemichel
Reviewed March 18, 2018

We learned so much about Savannah history and the types of architecture around the city. Dirk shared so much information it makes you want to learn more! He had really interesting stories about the history of some of the residents in Savannah. We thoroughly enjoyed...More

Thank rgbiker2017
Reviewed March 9, 2018 via mobile

I wasn't exactly sure what to expect from an architectural tour, but this one combined interesting facts with a ton of Savannah history. This was a 2 hour tour that went a bit over and I wasn't bored for a moment. Dick knows his history...More

Thank Mindy A
Reviewed November 14, 2017

We took the architectural walking tour with our guide Dirk of Savannah Rambles. Dirk is very knowledgeable of architecture by having worked in the business and on several projects restoring Savannah landmarks. Dirk is also very knowledgeable about history and he blends the two together...More

1  Thank PardonMeBoy
Reviewed November 11, 2017

My sister and I took Dirk's tour yesterday morning and thoroughly enjoyed it. We learned about the history of Savannah, the formation of the squares and the people of Savannah who have been instrumental in preserving their city. Facts about the architecture of some buildings...More

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Melbat3
March 27, 2018|
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Response from PardonMeBoy | Reviewed this property |
You can book through the web, as listed on TA, but since we decided that morning, I simply texted the listed phone number and Dirk responded back in seconds. I don't remember the cost but we paid at the end and included a... More
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June 24, 2015|
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Hello, Since this is a private tour, I can indeed move the tour to 10:00 am in this particular instance. I will go into my calendar within the next hour and alter the tour description so that you can purchase the tickets... More
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Dean01
June 8, 2015|
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You must realize that Savannah has over 1800 historic structures within the 2.2 square miles of the National Landmark District (1 of 12 historic districts). These sites illustrate the city development from 1733 to the... More
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