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Ghosts and Gravestones of Savannah

Savannah, GA, USA
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About Ghosts and Gravestones of Savannah
Do you believe in ghosts? Savannah, also known as America's Most Haunted City, is home to a spooky Ghosts & Gravestones tour aboard the Trolley of the Doomed! Join us for the ONLY ghost tour in Savannah to take you to the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace home for a tour of the parlor floor and to learn about some of the paranormal activity in the house. You'll also visit The Perkins & Son's Ships Chandlery. Come aboard if you dare, for an evening excursion through the darker side of America's Most Haunted City.
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Savannah is considered one of America’s most haunted cities, and this Ghosts and Gravestones tour reveals why. Save time researching where to find the city’s most haunted places, and get a guide’s shortlist instead. Enjoy a trolley ride past historic cemeteries, old mansions, and former battlegrounds with lively commentary and ghostly stories along the way. The tour also offers nighttime entry to spooky sights such as the Andrew Low House.
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Nell B wrote a review Nov 27
Titusville4 contributions
I was disappointed as this was not what I expected. Although the guide really threw herself into the stories it seemed cheesy. The stories were not very convincing or scarey. At the Lowe House we seemed so rushed that the guide started talking before we were even in the room and we could hardly hear. The scariest part though was the close quarters we were in with 33 other people. Yes we wore mask, but it was impossible to social distance anywhere on the tour.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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cardsfan33 wrote a review Nov 25
Owings, Maryland95 contributions12 helpful votes
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Went on 840pm tour with a 13 and 15 year olds. They loved it. Lady Opel and Larry were very knowledgeable. The warehouse was scary. It was nice not to walk and still got an excellent history of the City. Staff reminded everyone to wear masks, thanked us for wearing them and they all wore them.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Taylor B wrote a review Nov 19
Ashwaubenon, Wisconsin2 contributions
Had a great time. Remi was our guide and our driver kept us safe. Very interesting to hear about the great history in Savannah.
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FREPLUG wrote a review Nov 18
Macomb, Michigan504 contributions100 helpful votes
This is a decent tour. Knowing it is part acting and some part story telling how could anybody have an issue with this tour? I do not remember the name of our story teller....she was a young black female and she was wonderful at her craft. The tour itself was nice as it took a nice stroll around Savannah and ended up on the river front. The finale of the tour, not to ruin it was an amazing tale inside of a riverfront building. Highy recommend this for a few hours of entertainment,
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Charlie Sinclair wrote a review Nov 17
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My friends and I took a tour at 7:20 last night with Director Ravencroft. Just judging by the costume, we knew we were in for a treat. Before we took off, he was already getting everyone invested. We even had a little audition! (Still hoping to get a callback haha!) Thankfully, masks are required - given that you don't have a pre-existing condition that prevents you from wearing one - but they do have extras up at the front in case you forgot yours! I think it's really nice that they actually do all of this - unlike at my retail job. It definitely makes me feel a lot safer - both to be around other people but also for other people to be around me. Anyways, once we took off I was completely enraptured by the storytelling - from his cadence, to fun physicality - I was hooked! I almost felt like I was watching a podcast get recorded right in front of me. His timing was perfect, and don't even get me started on the laugh - I'd get it as my ringtone if I could. His enunciation was still clear so it was easy to understand all of the different stories he told - despite the bumpy roads (he even made a joke at one point about how rocky they were at one point). The Andrew Low House was so beautiful. I would probably take the tour again just to see it if we hadn't been allowed to take pictures (but you can! taking pictures is actually greatly encouraged, you just can't use the flash inside of the place since it's so old). I didn't managed to get any orbs in my pictures, but like I said, the place is pretty so I'm still keeping them anyways. The second stop was also really neat! Mr. Perkins told a lot of interesting stories and definitely held my attention better than my last history teacher ever could! All in all this was an excellent tour! I would highly recommend to anyone that's looking to go out and experience the spooky side of Savannah. And if you think you might really enjoy it, make sure you've got some cash on you - they do accept tips! My friends and I all dropped a few bucks in. The only criticism I can think of is that when we got to the Andrew Low House the woman that was waiting for us there (I think her name was Miss Rose?) kept saying things like "cool" and "awesome" which kind of broke the immersion a bit... Even still, I think most of us were probably too busy taking pictures and looking at all of the rooms in the house to really pay it too much mind. Oh! And a special shout-out to the driver, Miss Terry, for driving all of us around and getting us back safe! And once again, thanks for making our night interesting, Isaac! Hope you find that cat for the hot tin roof!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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