Explore Savannah offers several tour options.
HISTORY & HOUSE TOUR - the best of both worlds. This is a great overview tour covering almost 300 years of history, and a tour of the Green-Meldrim House, used as Sherman's Headquarters on his March to the Sea. This house was completed in 1853, and is a beautiful example of Southern Gothic architecture in the south. One of our favorite parts about this tour, is you can have a seat in any of the period furniture. The rooms are not roped off and there isn't the 'no-touch' rule. This house has furniture dating back 1,000 years, and yes, you can sit in it!
HISTORIC WOMEN OF SAVANNAH TOUR - Let’s hear it for the Girls! Grab a to-go cup, expose those ankles, lose the corset and discover the sisters of yesterday, who paved the way. On this tour you will learn about the independent, strong-willed ladies of Savannah who rose above status-quo of what was ‘expected’ of them, those women who truly made a difference.
As for the men that you are enticing to bring on this tour — no worries, there is enough information and history to keep them intrigued as well.
As we end this tour in Washington Square, pop into the Pacci, during Happy Hour for a “Mary Musgrove,” created exclusively for this tour. (Drinks are $5, and not included in the price of the tour).
HISTORIC SAVANNAH TOUR - Begins in Wright Square and takes you on a stroll down Bull St. to Forsyth Park. This tour covers the history of Savannah, beginning back when General Oglethorpe first stepped off the boat to establish our beautiful city. I wonder if he dreamed it would become what she has today!
Yelp Overall Rating
Gretchen F. | Jun 25, 2020
We went on other tours while in Savannah, but nothing came close to how great this one was! Rose was wonderful, incredibly knowledgeable and personable. We...
Mike E. | Mar 4, 2020
This walking tour was helpful to learning about Savannah's history and architecture. We learned information about past and recent events in and around...
Mary B. | Apr 18, 2019
Rose Moss is a gem --
booked a two hour tour and she was delightful and so informative.