Things To Do In Savannah, GA In September

Things To Do In Savannah, GA In September, including Savannah Narrated Trolley Tour, Savannah Hauntings Walking Tour, Savannah Riverboat Sightseeing, Lunch & Dinner Cruises.
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Top Things To Do In Savannah in September
Sep 17, 2023 to Sep 24, 2023
Savannah Riverboat Sightseeing, Lunch & Dinner Cruises
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The river street Riverboat Company in Savanna Georgia has two boats which are available for their lunch and dinner cruise. They offer plenty of options to choose what type of cruise to attend. The best time of year to do this is usually in September when the weather is cooler and less humid, not to mention all the summer tourists have gone home. Hungry for breakfast? There is a Sunday brunch cruise. How about lunch or dinner? They can do that too. Moonlight cruises are also available. One of the lunch tours that is available turns the paddle boat captain into the tour guide. There are also sightseeing and sunset tours given. The options are available to please any type of seafarer. These paddle river boats are nothing short of amazing and a vibrant piece of history that is available to experience. The Georgia Queen is the larger of the two paddle boats, it stands 68 feet tall, it has enough room for 1,000 guests and comes equipped with three ballrooms and a large overlook deck.
Sep 1, 2023 to Sep 30, 2023
Ghost Trolley Tour with Pirates House Tour & Dinner
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September is an excellent month to visit the two and a half hour Ghost Trolley Tour with Pirates House Tour & Dinner, located in historic Savannah, Georgia. The price of this tour includes the trolley tour, admission into the Pirates’ House and the dinner. A uniquely fun way to experience the history of Savannah with ghost stories and haunted homes, guests will begin their spooky tour with a trolley ride past locations such as Bonaventure Cemetery, Colonial Park Cemetery, Wright Square and Telfair Academy. The exact itinerary of haunted locations to be visited will be determined by the guide on a daily basis. The tour ends with a visit to the Pirates’ House, where guests will hear tales of the house’s history and visit the haunted pub, mysterious tunnels and finally an opportunity to enjoy a real Southern-style buffet in the well-known restaurant. This tour includes hotel pick up/drop off and is appropriate for all ages. It is handicap accessible and allows for both cameras and video cameras.
Sep 1, 2023 to Sep 30, 2023
Savannah Narrated Trolley Tour
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Savannah is a quaint Southern city. The city is known for its charm, unique architecture, landscaped parks, and history. The cobblestone squares and parks with hanging Spanish moss makes it a great city to visit in September. One unique way to see the city is with a 90 minute open air trolley tour. The trolley tour provides you a great overview of the city while stopping at several popular attractions where you can stop and spend time. Some popular stops include: Forsyth Park: The expansive park offers a memorial for the Confederate and Spanish-American War and the picturesque Forsyth Fountain. Ellis Square: Offers no charge public concerts for you to enjoy during your visit. It is also the location of Paula Deen's anchor restaurant The Lady and her Sons Restaurant. Ships of the Sea Museum: The museum offers nautical artifacts from the 18th and 19th centuries. City Market: With restaurants, cafes, storefronts and more. End your tour with a coupon to a local restaurant provided by Savannah Narrated Trolley Tours.
Sep 1, 2023 to Sep 30, 2023
Davenport House Museum
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September is a great month to visit The Davenport House Museum in Savannah,GA. This building completed in 1820 is one of the oldest in the area. It was purchased in 1955, by the Historic Savannah Foundation to be restored. This museum has a large collection of furniture, books, antiques, collectibles, art, toys, housewares. It is a Federal style home with a spiral staircase and interesting architecture. It shows the domestic life in 1820's and held Isaiah Davenport, his ten children, and nine slaves. Eventually, the home was turned into a boarding house. Outside the grounds have scenic gardens to see. A guided tour of this historic home takes about 1 hours. It is suitable for adults and children. The gift shop is open and parking is available on the street and in local garages. The museum has ornate plaster work and beautiful hard wood floors inside. It is one of the most historic brick buildings in Savannah
Sep 2, 2023 to Sep 30, 2023
Harper Fowlkes House
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When visiting Savannah, Georgia in September, a trip to the Harper Fowlkes House is a must do. This historical attraction features an impressive collection of art and authentic furniture, as well as the home's original chandeliers from when it was built in 1842. It is easy to feel as though one has stepped into another time period from long ago when visiting the house, and visitors have no problem spending hours wandering through the home and gardens. Since visitors set their own pace while touring the home, they are able to spend as much or as little time exploring the different areas of the property and learning about the history of the home and its contents,such as the large mahogany clock near the entrance. As one may know, the weather in Savannah in September can be fickle, so the variety of indoor and outdoor spaces at the Harper Fowlkes House make it a perfect stop during this month.
Sep 1, 2023 to Sep 30, 2023
King - Tisdell Cottage
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King-Tisdell Cottage is a must see when visiting Savannah in the Fall. Built in 1896, the Victorian-styled cottage which was home to Sarah King and Robert Tisdell, is such a stunning piece of history if beautiful Savannah, Georgia. Walking distance to many restaurants and other attractions, you will not be disappointed. The cottage was named after the owners, Eugene and Sarah King and Robert Tisdell, who were members of Savannah's entrepreneurial African American class. After being fully restored, it now displays a variety of exhibits and more that signify the importance of African-American culture on the city and the role that they played in the Civil War. Immerse yourself in the rich African American history of the King-Tisdell Cottage as well as enjoy the beautiful fall weather in Savannah this September. Add this beautiful home to your list of amazing home tours in Savannah, Georgia. You will not be disappointed.

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