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Ole Bones Tours

299 E. Oglethorpe Avenue, Savannah, GA 31401

Located in Historic Landmark District

Mr Bones explains a soul portrait to a young boy - Mr Bones of Ole Bones Tours explains a soul effigy or soul portrait to a young boy of nine years old. This is the headstone of Mr. Teleman Cuyler, who passed in 1772.Mr Bones in Colonial Park Cemetery - Mr Bones of Ole Bones Tours stands beside a family grave vault and a broken family urn fenced with wrought iron. Spanish moss hangs from the trees.Mr Bones walks along the wall of orphan tombstones - Mr Bones walks alone along the wall of orphan tombstones in Colonial Park Cemetery. This wall was constructed in the late 1800s as part of the city's (and the Daughters of the American Revolution) effort to beautify the cemetery.Mr Bones elaborates on the Serpent's Tomb - Mr Bones of Ole Bones Tours takes a moment to give this group some background information and explain the story behind the Serpent's Tomb in Colonial Park Cemetery.Group gathers around the Muir Stone on an Ole Bones Tour - A group gathers around to observe the vandalism of the stone as Mr. Bones points out and explains its puzzling nature.Mr Bones waits for you! - Mr Bones and the Ole Bones Tour is waiting for you! At the large granite arch on the corner of Abercorn and Oglethorpe. Tour this relic of the American Revolution with a a native to the city. Observe the dead in all their beautiful disrepair.
Mr Bones explains a soul portrait to a young boy - Mr Bones of Ole Bones Tours explains a soul effigy or soul portrait to a young boy of nine years old. This is the headstone of Mr. Teleman Cuyler, who passed in 1772.Mr Bones in Colonial Park Cemetery - Mr Bones of Ole Bones Tours stands beside a family grave vault and a broken family urn fenced with wrought iron. Spanish moss hangs from the trees.Mr Bones walks along the wall of orphan tombstones - Mr Bones walks alone along the wall of orphan tombstones in Colonial Park Cemetery. This wall was constructed in the late 1800s as part of the city's (and the Daughters of the American Revolution) effort to beautify the cemetery.Mr Bones elaborates on the Serpent's Tomb - Mr Bones of Ole Bones Tours takes a moment to give this group some background information and explain the story behind the Serpent's Tomb in Colonial Park Cemetery.Group gathers around the Muir Stone on an Ole Bones Tour - A group gathers around to observe the vandalism of the stone as Mr. Bones points out and explains its puzzling nature.Mr Bones waits for you! - Mr Bones and the Ole Bones Tour is waiting for you! At the large granite arch on the corner of Abercorn and Oglethorpe. Tour this relic of the American Revolution with a a native to the city. Observe the dead in all their beautiful disrepair.
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On a Ole Bones guided daytime stroll through this 269 year old graveyard, you'll see: Colonial Park Cemetery's 1913 D.A.R. gate, the original location of the main gate, the brick wall lined with broken tombstones, vandalized graves, family vaults of the rich and powerful during Colonial period Savannah, those that died in duels, missing vaults, burned vaults, and so much more. Also, hear intriguing stories and legends surrounding this site from a native to the city. Please note: this is NOT a ghost tour!

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Stan M. | Mar 8, 2019

Super interesting tour! Lots of really cool facts about the history of the cemetery that you would never really have guessed. Guide was very knowledgeable...