A huge disappointment. If you are too tired to walk around Savannah, there are much better tours. Here's what you get: a few corny campfire tales tossed off in a desultory way by an actress who couldn't qualify for the high school musical, plus a short ride around three of Savannah's 22 odd squares, and then the topper: a stop at not one, but two, empty warehouses. Yes, warehouses. No kidding. If that sounds incredibly lame and unimaginative, that's because it is. This tour is so lame that they actually take you to the depot where they park the busses at night, and then they try to instill some terror by recounting a completely bogus account of a triple murder that didn't happen there. The tour ends with a visit to an old warehouse on the waterfront, where an old woman comes out of the darkness and tells some stories. At least she makes an effort to entertain. The whole experience was tedious and unexciting. I've taken ghost tours in Savannah and elsewhere: when they are done right you get a chance to hear a master storyteller enchant the whole audience with his or her fiction. But that's not what you get on this completely bogus overpriced bad tour. Save your money.
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