Savannah visitors looking to explore the city streets and hear the interesting details of its history are sure to enjoy the sightseeing options offered. And with a wide range of tours offered, variety is sure to be found.
What do the movies, Forest Gump, The Conspirator, The Last Song, and the original Cape Fear all have in common? Well, parts of if not the entire movie were filmed on location in Savannah, Georgia. On this bus tour tourists are taken around Savannah to see the notable locations where several movies were filmed in the picturesque city, for example, the iconic Mercer House, the location immortalized not only in the movie Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil but in the classic novel it was based on. Not only is Savannah a popular spot to film on location but several stars now own homes in the area as well these are also pointed out to those on the bus tour as well making for a Hollywood experience down south.
The mystery novel Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil was not only engrossing as a who done it but provided a vivid and accurate portrayal of life in Savannah, GA during that era of time. This unique two hour guided tour takes participants through landmarks that are vividly captured in the novel along with information about the author who wrote the iconic novel. The tour also gives a nod to the 1997 film based on the novel that was directed by Clint Eastwood because some of the guides were actually extras in the motion picture. It is a unique way for fans of both the book and the novel to be able to actually get a behind the scenes perspective on this part of pop culture.
There’s no better way to take in Savannah's awe-inspiring Antebellum architecture than on a professional narrated trolley tour. With their distinctive orange and green designs, these Old Town Trolleys are super easy to spot all throughout the city’s touristy districts. Just a few of the most famous sites this trolley tour stops at include Forsyth Park, the City Market, Ellis Square, and the Cathedral of St. John. Expert trolley guides also bring guests by the macabre Madison Square, which is well known in the paranormal community for some pretty spooky sightings. Plus, since this is a hop-on hop-off trolley, it’s extremely convenient for self-guided sightseeing in sensational Savannah.
While on the Savannah Civil War Walking Tour you will notice that every inch of the walking tour is covered with Spanish moss with overgrown oaks. These tours can be personalized and designed around your personal interests. These tours are schedule and given to you and your group as a private walking tour. These walking tours are not given with strangers. This gives you the ability to personally design your own walking tour so that you and yours will be able to get the best experience possible. Here you have the potential of seeing the Forest Gump sites as well as the Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. You can discuss the impact of the Civil War on Savannah. Also be sure to enjoy the vast amounts of architectural genius that shows the amount of growth that the city has experienced since its birth.
If phantoms,ghost,goblins and shaded past are your thing then Savannah,Georgia is the place to be,join one of there haunted walking tours. Come explore the city while glimpsing into its unknown past full of the paranormal including areas of Garden City,Six Pence Pub and many other areas. Most important is adding to the city's haunted past by trying to capture your own ghost or unheard
of voice by recording on your own gear. So, try and catch a glimpse of all Savannah,Georgia's dark past of things that bump in the night by booking a tour,grabbing your gear and seeing what's there to find.
Experience all the beauty and history that Savannah Georgia has to offer on the Gates and Gardens walking tour. This leisurely stroll will take guests through the Isaiah Davenport Garden, the garden at the Green-Meldrim House, and the Andrew Low Garden as part of twenty two major parks and squares that are included on this informative tour. See beautiful flowers and greenery and marvel at the iron gates that date back as far as the 1800s. With only about a mile of walking, the tour is the perfect tour for all visitors to enjoy and appreciate the historical and breathtaking town of Savannah. Book a tour today!
When passengers board the boat that will take them on a Savannah Sunset Cruise, they can choose from two different levels for standing or sitting. The boat is large enough for about six people at one time, which means that entire families can board and enjoy the sights and sounds of the ocean and the Savannah coastline. The captain offers details about what to expect while on the boat and some of the sights that can be seen from the boat. Sometimes, wildlife can be seen in the ocean, such as dolphins jumping near the boat. Beautiful displays of color are also seen at sunset as the sun shines on the ocean's surface.
Savannah, Georgia is best known as one of the centers for Southern charm with its antebellum mansions, so why not experience this city's beauty and history firsthand, by taking a walk with the Historic Homes Walking Tour? During this 90 minute walking tour, appropriate for guests of all ages, guests will walk for about a mile and look at some of Savannah's most well known and regarded homes including the Juliette Gordon Low Home and the Green Meldrim House. In addition to being culturally significant, these landmark buildings will help elucidate to the modern visitor how this beautiful and historic city was initially designed.