SO MANY THINGS TO DO IN SAVANNAH
WE SUGGEST YOU START WITH A SAVANNAH CITY TOUR
One of our very favorite tours is Old Savannah Tour's Historic On/Off Tour. It's a great place to get started in Savannah, and is especially good helping for first-time visitors get a grasp of the city's main sites and their proximities. If you prefer a good walk, we recommend one of Noble Jones Tours' four tours. Private walking tours are also available, and we're happy to arrange the details for you.
Historic On/Off Tour by Old Savannah Tours
Each day, tours depart approximately every 15-20 minutes. You can ride along and see all the highlights of Savannah's historic district in about 100 minutes, or you can make a day of hopping on and off the tour at 15 of the city's most popular historic sites. It's a great way to see the city at your own pace.
- Adults $33.00
- Departs Daily starting at 9 am, every 15-20 minutes until 4:30-5 pm
- Duration: 110 minutes or on/off as you wish
Walking Tours by Noble Jones Tours
All 4 Noble Jones Tours Below:
• 2 to 2.5 hours
• Adults $25
• Depart from Reynold’s Square - About a 6-minute walk from The Kehoe House
SAVANNAH SAUNTER TOUR
• Mon-Sat. 9:30 am & 1 pm, Sun 10 am & 1 pm
Adventure through Savannah’s famous squares as you learn about James Oglethorpe’s vision for America’s first planned city. The perfect tour for a newcomer to Savannah and her rich history.
CIVIL WAR TOUR
• Mon-Sat. 9:30 am & 1 pm - Sun 10 am & 1 pm
For the avid historian, take an authentic stroll back to antebellum Savannah and experience the Civil War and reconstruction. Journey from the first secessionist rally to General Sherman’s march to the sea.
GARDENS & HISTORIC HOMES
• Mon. & Fri. 9:30 am - Tues, Thur & Sat 1 pm
Take a walking excursion through beautiful landscapes and elaborate ironworks. Learn the history of the squares, historic homes, and hidden gardens.
DEEPER INTO MIDNIGHT
• Tues. & Fri. 1 pm & Saturday 4 pm
Explore one of Savannah’s most notable stories brought to life outside one of the city’s most fascinating homes. Explore the story behind “The Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil,” which put Savannah on the map in 1994.