Historic Trolley Tour, Haunted Trolley Tour, & Davenport House Tour Combo
Fill your trip to Savannah with historical sights, haunted grounds and more when you get the Historic Trolley, Haunted Trolley, and Davenport House Tour Combo.
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Group Prices Available
- Ages 12 and Up: $55.00
- Ages 5-11: $32.00
- Ages 0-4: $0.00
The Historic Trolley Tour
The Historic Trolley Tour is a ninety-minute, hop-on/hop-off trolley tour, fully narrated, through downtown Savannah. Explore the city at your own pace and create your own itinerary as you hop-on and hop-off the old-fashioned trolley. Learn about some of the city's most famous sites from friendly guides who know and love the history, then hop-off the trolley and see them for yourself. Savannah has a lot to see, and with the two-day pass you don't need to feel pressured to squeeze in all the exciting attractions in one day. A popular option is to ride the trolley tour's course and make note of the sites you would like to stop at. Come back the next day to make a full-day adventure out of those locations. Stop by the River Street marketplace, with over a dozen restaurants for lunch and several arts and crafts, books, accents, and souvenir shops to take a piece of Savannah home with you. Or, visit Forsyth Park, thirty acres of walking paths, tennis and basketball courts, gardens, play areas, and historical structures, including the Confederate Memorial. The tour runs every day between 9:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., and has stops every twenty minutes so you don't have to worry about missing any of the sights.
The Historic Trolley Tour gives you the chance to make an adventure out of your stay in Savannah. With the combo tour, you will have a two-day pass to the trolley, so you can catch all of the incredible city sights. The trolley stops at several locations. These locations include, but are not limited to:
- River Street
- Forsyth Park
- Colonial Cemetery
- City Market
- City squares
- Waving Girl statue
- City churches
- The Synagogue
The Haunted Trolley Tour
After you've seen all the city's prominent sites, learn the darker story behind Georgia's oldest city on the Haunted Trolley Tour. Every city has its secrets, and Savannah is no exception. This ninety-minute narrated trolley tour takes you on a journey through some of the scariest sites in the city. There's a reason the American Institute of Parapsychology has named Savannah “America's Most Haunted City.” Throughout the years, Savannah has been a popular tourist spot for its historic tours. It has been so popular, in fact, that many don't want to leave – even after death.
The tour lasts approximately ninety minutes and picks guests up from their Historic District hotels. The trolley takes you through the city, with a guide's knowledgeable narration on the accounts of mystery, murder, and spiritual visits from throughout Savannah's past. The tour also includes a walking trip through the historical “Dead House,” for guests who are brave enough to enter. The Dead House is a morgue tunnel underneath the Candler Hospital, where bodies from the Yellow Fever epidemic were discovered. Travel through the sixty-five feet of the tunnel, unearthed after one hundred and fifty years, and search for signs of spirit life as you learn the history of the souls who may still be lingering. After your visit through the tunnel, you will re-board the trolley for more haunted tales on a spine-chilling trip back to your hotel. The tour runs every night at 7:00, with additional tours on Fridays and Saturdays at 9:00, when the sun has gone down and the spirits are coming up from their graves.
The Davenport House Tour
The Davenport House Tour portion of this combo takes you through the historic Isaiah Davenport House Museum. Isaiah was a successful craftsman in the 1820s, and this tour takes you on a journey into his daily life, with authentic furnishings, elegant woodwork, marble mantels, flawless plaster craftsmanship, a self-supporting staircase, a recently renovated courtyard garden, and more. The Davenport House Tour is a guided walk through the museum. The length varies by guide, but the average tour takes fifty minutes to an hour. Tours are offered between 10 and 4:00 on Monday through Saturday, or 1:00 to 4 on Sundays. The tour of the interior of the house will take most of the time, but guests are allowed to visit the outside garden and museum shop on their own. Colorful flowers and plants fill the outdoors in a vibrant array of plant life. Inside, explore the various rooms, built with unique architectural techniques and preserved in the authentic nineteenth-century Federal style.
With these three tours combined into your Savannah vacation, your visit to Georgia's oldest city will be both enlightening and memorable. Travel through the city's exciting history, see the sights, and hear the darker tales on three entertaining tours. See all Savannah has to offer with a two-day pass on the Historic Trolley Tour, learn the dark truth behind the city on the Haunted Tour, and experience life in the nineteenth-century with a trip to the Davenport House and Museum. This tour combo lets you do it all in one exciting visit.