Irish History of Savannah

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Irish History of Savannah
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A woman in a green dress and black jacket is smiling and sitting on a fountains edge seemingly toasting with a glass with green-tinted water spouting behind her likely in celebration of St Patricks DayA woman in a green dress and black jacket is smiling and sitting on a fountains edge seemingly toasting with a glass with green-tinted water spouting behind her likely in celebration of St Patricks DayA woman in a green dress and black jacket is smiling and sitting on a fountains edge seemingly toasting with a glass with green-tinted water spouting behind her likely in celebration of St Patricks DayA woman in a green dress and black jacket is smiling and sitting on a fountains edge seemingly toasting with a glass with green-tinted water spouting behind her likely in celebration of St Patricks Day

Looking to get in touch with your Irish roots? Look no further than the Irish History of Savannah Tour in beautiful Savannah, Georgia. This guided tour will take you on a journey through the Emerald Isle's impact on this Southern gem of a city.

The tour lasts approximately 90 minutes and will require some walking, so make sure to wear comfortable shoes. Along the way, you'll visit some of Savannah's key landmarks and learn about the influence of Irish immigrants on the city's history. Your knowledgeable guide will regale you with stories of the Irish in Savannah, including their contributions to the Revolutionary War and their lives in the city during the 19th century.

Some of the highlights of the tour include a visit to the stunning Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, known for its exquisite stained glass windows and intricate architecture. You'll also see the impressive statue of Revolutionary War hero Sergeant William Jasper and learn about his Irish heritage.

If you're a fan of literature, you won't want to miss a stop at the Flannery O'Connor Childhood Home. The renowned author was of Irish descent and spent the first years of her life in this house, which has been beautifully restored and open to the public.

The Irish History of Savannah Tour is a great exercise in exploring cultural heritage while enjoying the beauty of one of America's most charming cities. Make sure to bring a camera to capture the many picturesque sights and to document the fascinating stories you'll hear along the way.

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 Pass By  Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
Defined by towering spires, exquisite stained glass panels, and intricate details, Savannah's Cathedral of St. John the Baptist is an unmatched sanctuary of peace, art, and history.
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 Stop at  Colonial Park Cemetery
Known as "Savannah's most haunted cemetery," Colonial Park is a must-visit for supernatural thrill seekers. Feel your spine tingle as guides recount ghost tales after sundown.
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 Pass By  Emmet Park
Discover the mesmerizing charm of Savannah, Georgia at Emmet Park. This tranquil oasis offers scenic views of the Savannah River and the remarkable Talmadge Memorial Bridge. Experience history with the park's historical markers, lush surroundings, and intricate monuments. From tranquil morning strolls to picturesque sunsets, Emmet Park is the perfect fusion of natural beauty and historic significance. A visit here promises relaxation, reflection, and unforgettable moments.
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 Pass By  Warren Square
Nestled in the immortal heart of Savannah, Warren Square is an exquisite illustration of nature's palette. As the gentle whisper of Georgian history brushes against Spanish moss-draped trees, the square radiates serene charm, offering a tranquil retreat from the impelling city energy.
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 Pass By  Washington Square
Experience the tranquility of Washington Square, nestled in historic Savannah, GA. Amble along lush paths under moss-draped oaks, past elegant townhouses with quintessential southern charm. As a renowned city square, it's a glimpse into Savannah's storied past with a nod to a vibrant present - a delightful retreat for history buffs and nature lovers alike.

In summary, the Irish History of Savannah Tour is an engaging and informative way to explore Savannah's Irish heritage. Whether you're an Irish-American looking to connect with your roots or simply interested in learning about the impact of immigrants on a Southern city, this tour is sure to delight and educate. Don't miss out on this exciting opportunity to dive into Savannah's rich history!

Frequently Asked Questions for Irish History of Savannah:
  • What methods of transportation does the Irish History of Savannah use?
    This is a walking tour.
  • Approximately how long does the Irish History of Savannah last?
    It lasts approximately 1.5 hours.
  • For what ages is the tour appropriate?
    Great for all ages.
  • Is photography / video recording allowed on the Irish History of Savannah?
    Yes.

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