Curated Activities – Savannah Day Tours

Pub Crawl and Southern Tastes

Tourists at a pub in Savannah, Georgia.

Skipping the tourist traps is essential or you will never have fried crab legs and special brews that offer the best of Savannah. It’s quite a food destination. Shrimp and grits! Pimento cheese bites! C’mon. Git ‘er done! – by Viator

Savannah History and Isle of Hope

An historic old house in Savannah, Georgia.

Relax in a private air-conditioned car as a local guides you through Savannah history in comfort. Two old plantation sites are right downtown, one now the famous Bonaventure cemetery. You’ll also journey to Isle of Hope for even more gorgeous mansion viewing. – by Viator.

Fort Jackson and Tragic History

Old Fort Jackson in Savannah, Georgia.

America’s oldest brick fort was constructed by a British visionary to repel a sea invasion in the early 1800’s. It was ultimately an important defense during the Civil War. It’s also an easy drive from downtown. Enjoy learning about this history, get a chance to buy lunch at Paula Deen’s restaurant and cover some of the larger-than-life characters born in Savannah. – by Get Your Guide

Hollywood in Savannah Via Segway

Tourists on segways in Savannah, Georgia.

Savannah Day Tours Highlight: Forrest Gump told his mom “Life is like a box of chocolates” on a bench in a historic Savannah park. Ya gotta see it. And of course The Rock had a favorite bar. See many more Hollywood connections on this fun tour with state-of-the-art helmet audio piped right into your ear from your live guide. – by Viator.

Civil War Walking Tour

A portrait of William Tecumseh Sherman.

Savannah Day Tours Top Pick: History is very personal in the South, where the Civil War was lost. General Sherman’s headquarters were right in town, as well as the stately homes of many Southern generals. See them all and learn Savannah’s connection to America’s most heart-breaking conflict. – by Get Your Guide

 In Augusta they ask your grandmother’s maiden name. But in Savannah the first question people ask you is ‘What would you like to drink?’” – John Behrendt

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