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Things To Do In Savannah, GA In November

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Things To Do In Savannah, GA In November, including Savannah Hauntings Walking Tour, Savannah Narrated Trolley Tour, Savannah Riverboat Sightseeing, Lunch & Dinner Cruises.
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Top November Things To Do In Savannah
Nov 27, 2020 to Nov 30, 2020
Savannah Riverboat Sightseeing, Lunch & Dinner Cruises
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Take Savannah, Georgia’s Riverboat Sightseeing Cruise for lunch or dinner. The 2-hour tour will ensure their guests have a good experience, a good time, and a day to remember. With a live band singing gospel music and other great songs, the boat sets sail along the mighty Savannah river. The guests will take in an amazing view of the towering city skyscrapers, old Fort Jackson, and the historic district. It comes complete with a full feast buffet that is fit for a king to devour and is available for lunch or dinner. Bring the kids along and have a family fun day or bring a date and make it a romantic evening they’ll never forget. This boat can fit up to a thousand people in it and keeps the party alive with the band’s performance and amazing food. There’s no better way to take in the sunset than on the water. Don’t believe it? Try this cruise, have an amazing experience, and take the kids along to enjoy the buffet and music.
Nov 27, 2020 to Nov 30, 2020
Savannah Historic Trolley Tour
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This November you and your whole family can take your time exploring the beautiful city of Savannah, GA with the fun hop-on/hop-off Historic Trolley Tour. The Savannah Historic Trolley Tour is 90 minutes long, includes commentary from your friendly driver as you drive around the lovely city to see all the amazing sites. This November bring the whole family to witness the beautiful city of Savannah and learn about its long wonderful history. Be sure to buy a one day pass, and have your choice of where you hop on and off and take your time to explore any of the 16 amazing stops on your Savannah trolley tour in November. Take your friends and loved ones this November to enjoy and explore places like Washington Square, City Market, the Old City Exchange Bell, River Street, the Owen's Town House, Sorrel-Weed House, Historic Savannah Theatre, Forsyth Park and The Pirates' House. This November your amazing Savannah Trolley Tour awaits you and the whole family for an incredible sightseeing adventure!
Nov 27, 2020 to Nov 30, 2020
Savannah Narrated Trolley Tour
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November in Savannah offers you an opportunity to wrap up your fall or kick off your holiday season. Savannah is a charming southern city that offers visitors a lot of history. One unique way to experience the city is with a 90 minute open air trolley tour. Throughout the tour you can take in the city's architecture, many historical landmarks, cobblestone pathways, Spanish moss hanging off the trees, and more! Savannah Narrated Trolley Tour includes a professional tour guide that will provide you information on more than 100 points of interest throughout the city. The trolley make 15 stops along the tour where you will have the opportunity to get off the trolley and explore on your own. When you are done taking in the site simply jump back on the next trolley and continue on your tour. Savannah offer a little something for everyone including museums, restaurants, shopping, parks, architecture, and many other attractions. This city offers something for everyone.
Nov 27, 2020 to Nov 30, 2020
Savannah Hauntings Walking Tour
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During November, the lingering Halloween spirit has everyone on edge. The long history of Savannah, Georgia involves a long history filled with good and bad times. There is a Savannah Hauntings Walking Tour that can help you learn about this history as well as the many haunted buildings in the area. This tour is not for the faint of heart because at the base of the information will circulate around ghosts and haunted areas. Over the course of 90 minutes, you will see over a miles worth of haunted areas and ghosts. Along the way you will also see a graveyard from civil war times that is a grand attraction for many ghost hunters. Along the way you will see Wright Square, Columbia Square, Kehoe House, Hampton Lillibridge House, Owens-Thomas House, Laura's Cottage, Colonial Park Cemetery and 1700 Inn and Restaurant. All of these places are known for there ghost activity and are the perfect place to spend your November vacation learning new things on a Savannah Haunted Walking tour.
Nov 27, 2020 to Nov 30, 2020
Ghosts & Gravestones of Savannah Bus Tour
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Enjoy a good ghost story while enjoying Savannah on a November night. Those who love to chase ghosts need to take a seat upon the Trolley of Doom. The ghostly tour guide will delve into Savannah's dark past. Savannah has been named one of the most haunted cities in America. The knowledgeable guide will tell the tales of the souls that still roam the streets of Savannah. As the guide spins his tales, the trolley will roll past many famous landmarks. The haunted places our the tour include the Davenport House, Colonial Park Cemetery, the Sorrel-Weed House, and more. The trolley will make two stops during the tour, and they include the Andrew Low House and the Perkins & Sons Ship Chandlery located on River Street. While touring the stops, make sure to have a camera ready, because it is possible to capture a ghost or two with a camera while exploring the haunted locations.
Nov 27, 2020 to Nov 30, 2020
Haunted Savannah Ghost Tour
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Savannah, Georgia is without a doubt among the Southern United States' most enchanting historic metropolises. Visiting it can be a pure joy regardless of the time of year. If you visit the city in November, however, you won't have to deal with scorching hot summertime temperatures at all. If you want to make the most out of the cool fall season, then you can take part in the Haunted Savannah Ghost Tour. This requires roughly 60 minutes of your time. This US Ghost Adventures favorite enables participants to take in everything from Wright Square to Colonial Park Cemetery. Oglethorpe Square is merely steps away from Colonial Park Cemetery. It's been in existence since back in the 1740s and was created as a thanks to Savannah's "father," James Oglethorpe. People who appreciate the supernatural and anything eerie are sure to have the times of their lives on this tour. Although it's somewhat creepy, it makes a superb activity option for visitors regardless of their specific age groups. Kids adore it, too.
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