2 Hour Historical Walking Tour in Savannah

Chippewa Square Savannah, GA 31401
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2 Hour Historical Walking Tour in Savannah
Detail Duration: 2 hours
Detail Duration: 2 hours
Detail It lasts approximately 2 hours.
2 Hour Historical Walking Tour in Savannah Schedule Schedule
2 Hour Historical Walking Tour in Savannah
Upcoming Schedule:
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6:00 PM
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27
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10:30 AM
6:00 PM
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28
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10:30 AM
6:00 PM
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6:00 PM
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6:00 PM
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2 Hour Historical Walking Tour in Savannah Photos (12)
A man is gesturing while speaking to a group of people by a memorial featuring a menorah with the inscription indicating a historical link to James Edward Oglethorpe and the Savannah Jewish CommunityA man is gesturing while speaking to a group of people by a memorial featuring a menorah with the inscription indicating a historical link to James Edward Oglethorpe and the Savannah Jewish CommunityA man is gesturing while speaking to a group of people by a memorial featuring a menorah with the inscription indicating a historical link to James Edward Oglethorpe and the Savannah Jewish CommunityA man is gesturing while speaking to a group of people by a memorial featuring a menorah with the inscription indicating a historical link to James Edward Oglethorpe and the Savannah Jewish Community
House of Clayton offers unique, informative, impassioned tours through Savannah's Historic District. It's our passion with intent to give our guests the same feeling, while providing the most accurate information possible. We read and research constantly and search for articles confirming other information. Our guides strive to connect with each one of our guests. This tour draws its inspiration from the historical markers or plaques and gives detailed information not included there, and rarely included on other tours.
Itinerary
  1. Stops at: Chippewa Square
    Chippewa Square, named after the Battle of Chippewa during the War of 1812. Monument to James Oglethorpe, Eastman-Stoddard House, First Baptist Church, Savannah Theater, and Original Location of Forest Gump Bench.
    Duration: 20 minutes
  2. Stops at: Wright Square
    Wright Square, named after James Wright, last Royal Governor of Savannah. Resting place of Tomo-Chi-Chi, chief of the Yamacraw people, and friend of James Oglethorpe, and boulder monument to him. Monument to William Gordon, President and Founder of the Central Georgia Railroad and the Central Georgia Railroad Bank, and father to Juliette Gordon Low, founder of the Girl Scouts. Original Town Hall, now the Court House. On the inside southwest building is the location of Savannah's original cemetery.
    Duration: 15 minutes
  3. Stops at: Oglethorpe Square
    Oglethorpe Square, named after James Oglethorpe, founder of the colony of Georgia and the city of Savannah.
    Duration: 10 minutes
  4. Stops at: Columbia Square
    Named after a nickname for the American Colonies. Location of the Kehoe House, Davenport House, first Savannah city gate, the Wormsloe Fountain, and the Historical Society House.
    Duration: 10 minutes
  5. Stops at: Colonial Park Cemetery
    Graves of a signer of the Declaration of Independence, Revolutionary War heroes, politicians, artists, yellow fever victims and more.
    Duration: 20 minutes
  6. Stops at: Lafayette Square
    Named after General Marquis de Lafayette. At the square is the Flannery O'Conner childhood home, and the Andrew Low house. A plaque honoring Mary Musgrove, translator for James Oglethorpe and Tomo-Chi-Chi.
    Duration: 10 minutes
  7. Stops at: Madison Square
    Named after James Madison, 4th President of the United States. The monument honors Sergeant William Jasper, Revolutionary War hero. On this square is St. John's Episcopal Church, The Green-Meldrim House, the Sorrel-Weed House and the Desoto Hotel.
    Duration: 20 minutes

Ticket Type: Mobile or paper ticket accepted

Includes:

  • GST (Goods and Services Tax)


Does not include:
  • Parking Fees
  • Gratuities

Additional Information:
  • Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller
  • Service animals allowed
  • Travelers should have at least a moderate level of physical fitness
  • Not recommended for those who are unable to walk for at least two miles.
  • Not recommended in the summers for anyone with difficulties with high humidity and hot temperatures.

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