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Savannah Historic District

13,888 Reviews

Savannah Historic District

13,888 Reviews
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Guided Sightseeing & History Walking Tour of Savannah
$19.98 per adult
Popular: Booked by 3,150 travelers!
$53.00 per adult
Popular: Booked by 3,016 travelers!
Savannah Southern Flavors Food, Pub Crawl, and History Combo Walking Tour
$49.00 per adult
Popular: Booked by 906 travelers!
Tipsy Trivia Tour
$25.00 per adult
Savannah History City Tour in Convertible Sprinter
$35.00 per adult
Popular: Booked by 646 travelers!
Savannah's Historic & Secret East Side Walking Food Tour
$60.59 per adult
Popular: Booked by 2,590 travelers!
Historic Homes Walk
$35.00 per adult
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301 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Savannah, GA 31401-4217
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Savannah History & Haunts Candlelit Walking Ghost Tour

665 reviews
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.
$23.00 per adult
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John L wrote a review Yesterday
Fairview Park, Ohio49 contributions9 helpful votes
We walked around the old historical areas of Savannah using a guide book. Many of the old homes were closed due to Covid, but still it was interesting to see and learn the history of Savannah.
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Date of experience: October 2020
David W wrote a review Yesterday
Baltimore, Maryland367 contributions45 helpful votes
Our first trip to Savannah and boy did we have a great time. We stayed at the Historic District HIE and had a river front room. The historic area is so much fun to walk around and people watch. Great eateries, candy kitchens and shopping. Go out and explore- your going to love Savannah
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Date of experience: October 2020
Elizabeth B wrote a review Oct 27
8 contributions
Most beautiful city I've been to! The live oaks and greenery is stunning. Ghost tours are really fun.
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Date of experience: October 2020
Angel F wrote a review Oct 25
Henderson, Tennessee9 contributions
Savannah is worth a visit if you near the area. The city is beautiful with all the squares and historic buidings. The cemetaries are very interesting and are gorgeous. We witnessed a few homeless people sleeping and urinating in public in the parks. This is defintely not the city of hospitality. The friendliest people were some of the other tourists. A lot of locals were rude and not very welcoming at all. There were several shops in the historic district that I wanted to visit, but they were all closed by 4:00. You have to walk blocks to find somewhere to grab a cool drink and bathroom. We planned part of our vacation in Savannah and the other half in Charleston SC. We ended up leaving early and heading up to Charlston. Savannah is a beautiful place steeped with history, but I wouldn't go out of my way to visit again. We loved Charleston! People were friendly, the city was clean, beautiful, and there is so much more to do there.
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Date of experience: October 2020
BILLB47 wrote a review Oct 25
Charlotte, North Carolina243 contributions70 helpful votes
Savannah is a very beautiful city and laid out very nicely into squares. City was probably made more famous by the Forest Gump movie. Stately homes, manicured squares and more tress that you can count. Take the Kelly Tour Trolley (1 1/2 hours) as they point out points of interest as well as sites to see. You can literally spend half a day or more if you are on foot.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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