It's totally possible—and incredibly fascinating—for your group to spend days strolling through the nation's largest Landmark Historic District. But with so much here to see and do, their feet might have different plans. Check out some other ways for your group to see Savannah in style.
Savannah offers a variety of touring options. One of the best ways to learn about the Downtown Historic District's history is to take one of the many trolley tours available. Many trolley tours offer special group rates or on/off passes, so everyone can explore the city at their own pace and get back on the trolley as they please.
Horse-Drawn Carriage Tours
Taking a horse-drawn carriage tour through Downtown Savannah can be both informative and romantic. Your group can learn about the city as you're taken through the various squares and streets. It's a good idea to contact carriage companies in advance for group reservations and availability.
DOT Fare Free Visitor Transportation
The DOT is a fare-free service to help visitors and residents get around in the Historic District. Included in the system are shuttles serving 24 stops and the Savannah Belles Ferry:
Runs every 10 minutes
Get on and off at any of 24 stops around the Historic District
Connects to municipal parking facilities, Visitor Centers and Ferry
Pet Policy – Only service animals are permitted on the Express Shuttle
How can your guests use it?
Leave vehicles at the hotel or public parking garages and use dot services to experience Savannah.
Connections also available to the dot Ferry Service providing access to Hutchinson Island without using a car.
Service will be available for any rider at no cost during the following hours: