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Things To Do In Savannah, GA In March

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Things To Do In Savannah, GA In March, including Savannah Historic Trolley Tour, Savannah Historic Overview Trolley Tour.
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Top March Things To Do In Savannah
Mar 1, 2022 to Mar 31, 2022
Savannah Historic Trolley Tour
There is never a dull March day in Savannah with the Savannah Historic Trolley Tour. This tour takes guests around the city to discover the history that has given Savannah the famous nickname, "The Hostess of the South". The trolley transports passengers to 16 different local historical stops including, Franklin Square, City Hall, Old City Exchange Bell, River Street, and Cathedral of St. John the Baptist to name just a few. Each trolley ticket allows a passenger to come and go onto the trolleys as they wish. There is a new trolley that comes to each stop every 15 to 20 minutes to ensure there is always transportation to the next historical landmark. The Savannah Historic Trolley Tour is the ideal March activity because it easily transports guests around the city to discovery a large amount in a short time period. This adventure can be as short as 90 minutes or it can fill an entire day; the discovering is left up to the individual.
Mar 1, 2022 to Mar 31, 2022
Savannah Historic Overview Trolley Tour
Early spring, as in March in Georgia, is a great time to ride an open-air trolley! The Savannah Historic Overview Trolley Tour features a fascinating experience that visitors will be exhilarated by! Cameras welcome! Your tour guide explains the significant city sites, over 275 years of history! After leaving the Visitor's Center, our trolley passes by the Historic Savannah Theatre in Chippewa Square, the oldest theatre in America still does live shows! We pass the Sorrel-Weed House, a state landmark of antebellum architecture and reputedly haunted! The Pirates' House built around 1750, initially for sailors and seafarers is an acclaimed restaurant for over three decades! We pass by the birthplace of Juliette Gordon Lowe, founder of the girl scouts, and one of the most significant women of her time! You'll enjoy the River Street Market Place, a charming open air market, perfect in March, with over 50 shops and unique products from around the world! Historic architecture, landmarks, birthplaces, market squares, parks and monuments all come alive on a trolley tour of Savannah!
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