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Savannah History & Haunts Candlelit Walking 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.
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Craig F wrote a review Jan 8
8 contributions1 helpful vote
This mansion has much history connected to it, including some heartbreaking stories. My guide was very knowledgable of both the building and its history, as well as many of the furnishings contained within.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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h6p8gv wrote a review Dec 2020
Raleigh, North Carolina223 contributions65 helpful votes
THis place is filled with history and the story tellers do a grat job at telling the guest about how things were I espacally love how they integrated Christmas into the tour and told how it was for the low family.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Jessica R wrote a review Dec 2020
72 contributions13 helpful votes
I went because the Juliet Gordon Low birthplace is closed for Covid. I appreciated the research the docent was doing into the enslaved families who worked at the house and would've given 5 stars if that was featured in the tour and didn't require me to ask.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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HistoricTraveler wrote a review Dec 2020
Fernandina Beach, Florida61 contributions25 helpful votes
If you love history, architecture and decorating, this is for you. Important to note is that this is not a restored house. This is in its original state with only one family having lived in it prior to it becoming a museum. So, you're looking at the real thing as built. Beautiful home and beautiful furnishings. A view of wealthy Savannah back in the day. Worth the visit.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Travel_Junkie360 wrote a review Nov 2020
Morehead City, North Carolina7 contributions1 helpful vote
Fascinating history, excellent tour. This house and it's features are beautiful. We went on the night tour and it was not too crowded.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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