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Things To Do In Savannah, GA In April

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Things To Do In Savannah, GA In April, including Savannah Narrated Trolley Tour, Old Town Trolley's Holiday Lights Tour, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil Walking Tour.
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Top April Things To Do In Savannah
Apr 3, 2022 to Apr 26, 2022
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil Walking Tour
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April is a great time to got to Savannah, Georgia when the weather is perfect for an outdoor walling tour of the book "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil". It is accompanied by a narrator and takes 2.5 hours to complete. It is based on a best-selling book written by Johnny Mercer. A professional guide leads the tourists through sites described in the book. This book is a popular story and the guide describes and explains the story and it's landmarks. Small groups with a maximum of 10, gather together and learn the history and culture of Savannah. The guide teaches about the author, the story, and the movie. Here is an outline of the tour: Reynold's Square for a 15 minute introduction. Johnson Square for a 10 minute talk on Johnny Mercer and the movie's soundtrack. Wright Square to talk about the characters. Chippewa Square for a presentation on the movie "Forrest Gump". Cathedral of St. John the Baptist for a brief history of the cathedral and St. Patrick's Day. Hamilton-Turner House for a talk on Joe Odom and Nancy Hillis/Mandy West Jones Street Mercer Williams House Museum Armstrong House Forsythe Park
Apr 1, 2022 to Apr 30, 2022
Savannah Haunted Pubs & Taverns Walking Tour
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Ghosts, spirits, and excitement are paired together in a walking tour through the historical taverns and pubs in Savannah, Georgia. Although these locations are a great place to meet up and have a fun social time, there is a dark side hidden deep in the dark. April is a great time to partake in this tour as the holidays have past and the soring weather is coming. After the lights go out, anyone who is eighteen and over can explore their love of the paranormal and see the area. Learning about the bone chilling stories can be exciting and scare at the same time. Seeing the dark side of Savannah Georgia can create a deeper level of understanding and create a rich experience to visiting the city. Walking a tour through the historical haunted pubs and taverns in Savannah Georgia in May is a great way to learn about the city, and spend the time in the area.
Apr 1, 2022 to Apr 30, 2022
Savannah Narrated Trolley Tour
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April is a comfortable time of the year to enjoy the open air that flows through the windows of the trolley that takes passengers to see some of the interesting locations in Savannah. The Savannah Narrated Trolley Tour is one that includes a ride on a red and green trolley that has bench seats and a speaker on the front so that guests can clearly hear everything that the guide says. While on the tour, guests will see some of the charming homes in the city as well as the churches and buildings that are said to be among the most haunted in the area. There are at least 15 stops on the tour including Bull Street Corridor and Madison Square. Information is given about each one when the trolley stops at the location. There is time for passengers to take pictures at each location as well. Guests also have the option of getting on and off at any of the various stopping points on the tour.
Apr 1, 2022 to Apr 30, 2022
Savannah Historic Trolley Tour
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Be sure to book this unique and amazing historical adventure for April before the summer heat takes over the Savannah city. Sit back, relax, and enjoy a 90-minute trolley experience that allows guests to discover the rich history of Savannah by exploring 16 stops around the area. Enjoy the crisp cool April Savannah air as the trolley takes you to historical destinations such as the Sorrel-Weed House, Forsyth Park, Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, The Pirates' House, Savannah City Hall, and the Old City Exchange Bell. At each stop, passengers are able to step off the trolley and step back into time and discovery small bites of Savannah history. Visitors will even have the unique chance to interact with some individuals in costumes that made the city of Savannah famous at certain stops! This is an activity that is fit for families, couples, friends, or even single individuals. It is the perfect adventure for any history buff out there to learn even more fun and interesting facts.
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