Historic Tour Takes Approximately 1.5 Hours and Hopper Pass Lasts 2 Days, Haunted Tour Takes Approximately 1.5 Hours, and Most Guests Spend Approximately 1-2 Hours at the Massie Heritage Center
Appropriate for All Ages
Both Cameras and Video Cameras are Permitted
You can visit downtown Savannah's most significant and famous sights, explore the old city's terrifying past, and get a glimpse into daily nineteenth-century life in an authentic home. When you take the Historic Trolley Tour, you can experience the city on your own terms with awesome hop-on hop-off capabilities for two entire days. Get an inside look at Savannah's darker events with the Haunted Trolley Tour, and gain admission to the Massie Heritage Center, where you can wander through this museum that was once a school and explore one of their many permanent exhibits.
Detailed Tour Itinerary
Drive By Wesley Monumental Methodist Church
Drive By King-Tisdell Cottage
Drive By International Seamen's House
Drive By Independent Presbyterian Church
Drive By Historic Savannah Theatre
Drive By Harper Fowlkes House
Drive By Flannery O'Connor Childhood Home
Drive By First Baptist Church of Savannah
Drive By Cotton Exchange Tavern & Restaurant
Drive By Confederate War Memorial Monument
Drive By Christ Church Episcopal
Drive By Leopold's Ice Cream Parlor
Drive By Lucas Theatre For the Arts
Drive By Lutheran Church of the Ascension
Drive By United States Customs House
Drive By Trinity United Methodist Church
Drive By Tomochichi Monument
Drive By The Waving Girl Statue
Drive By Temple Mickve Israel
Drive By Telfair Museums Jepson Center
Drive By Site of Fort Wayne
Drive By Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum
Drive By SCAD Museum of Art
Includes Admission to Savannah's Old Candler Hospital
The oldest hospital in Georgia, Savannah's Old Candler has seen countless years of sickness. It was founded in 1808 and started off as a seaman's hospital but was used for many different things such as an insane asylum and a Union hospital where many people died of Yellow Fever. During the Yellow Fever epidemic, the doctors dug a tunnel beneath the hospital to transport bodies because the sheer number of corpses was too many to transport cross city without ensuing panic. The Candler Tunnel was also used as a temporary morgue for bodies before they were buried. The original hospital location stands empty and the tunnel lies closed off, 12 feet beneath the surface.
Drive By Saint John's Episcopal Church
Drive By Olympic Cauldron
Drive By Old Harbor Light & Oglethorpe Bench
Drive By Chatham Artillery's Washington Guns
Drive By Charles H. Morris Center Trustees Garden
Drive By Roundhouse Railroad Museum
Drive By River Street Market Place
Tour Stop at Reynolds Square
Drive By Owens-Thomas House
Tour Stop at Old City Exchange Bell
Tour Stop at Mansion of Forsyth Park
Tour Stop at Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace
Tour Stop at Dockside Seafood
Tour Stop at Colonial Park Cemetery
Drive By Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
Tour Stop at Savannah Visitors Center
Tour Stop at The Pirates' House
Drive By Washington Square
Drive By Thomas Square Historic District
Drive By First Jewish Cemetery
Drive By Green-Meldrim House
Tour Stop at Bohemian Hotel Savannah Riverfront
Drive By First African Baptist Church
Drive By Andrew Low House
Includes Admission to Historic Savannah Trolley Tour
Start off your Savannah vacation with this 1.5-hour trolley tour, which will take you through the Historic District, Victorian District, River Street, and City Market, with a total of 12 stops (aside from starting locations) that allow for hop-on hop-off capabilities. 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. Trolleys visit each tour stop approximately every 20 minutes from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. every day of the week.
Includes Admission to Evening Haunted Trolley Tour
Learn the darker story behind Savannah on this 1.5-hour Haunted Trolley Tour. Jump aboard your blue trolley as it takes you on a journey through some of the scariest sites in the America's Most Haunted City. Your knowledgeable guide will lead you through accounts of mystery, murder, and spiritual visits throughout Savannah's past. Tours run every night at 7 p.m. with additional tours on Fridays and Saturdays at 9 p.m., when the sun has gone down and the spirits are coming up from their graves.
Drive By Davenport House
The Davenport House gives an intimate glimpse into the Savannah's Southern charm and antebellum architecture. Mater woodwork, marble mantels, elegant plaster, and a restored courtyard garden will all come together as you tour the house to paint a perfect picture of the Savannah of yesteryear. Tours are offered Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and from 1 to 4 p.m. on Sundays.
Drive By Massie Heritage Museum
Opened as Savannah's first free public school in 1856, the Massie Heritage Center even now continues the tradition of providing high-quality, engaging programs for visitors of all ages. With five permanent exhibits, the museum focuses on Savannah's history, architecture, and preservation movement. The Center is open to public Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Sundays.
Stops may change due to traffic, weather, maintenance, etc.
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 with this combination package.