Discover the sights and sounds of Savannah on this guided, walking food tour. Learn about the city's fascinating history, elegant architecture, and unique culture with food tastings at several specialty food stores and restaurants in the area. Sample the local favorites that may include shrimp and grits, pork belly donut sliders, and one-of-a-kind honey. When all is digested and done, it adds up to an authentic southern lunch.
Enjoy the views as you pass by the many Church Steeples and under live oaks to experience the unobstructed sights of Historic Savannah. The 90 minute adventure starts from your Historic District hotel or the city’s visitors center and tells the colorful uninterrupted story of the city’s past.
Following your Discover Tour of Historic Savannah, embark on the Savannah Riverboat for a 90 minute sightseeing cruise up & down the Savannah River.
Hop on and hop off this trolley tour at more than 15 stops to explore Savannah's most important attractions. Get a comprehensive tour while listening to engaging narration about Savannah's history, culture, and people.
Due to the coronavirus, we are only doing private tours, so you have to purchase at least 5 adult tickets to take this tour. This will be your tour and your tour only, no one but your group will be on this tour. Sorry for the inconvenience.
This is a fun goofy tour, it is not a serious tour. The hearse has been modified to hold 8 guest, so It's a little tight, but guest don't seem to mind. If you are a grumpy person and like to complain, this tour is not for you. You will be actually riding in a real Hearse that has carried 1000s of dead bodies. The Hearse has been made into a convertible, so you can get a full view of all the haunted homes. The Hearse seats 8 guests and we have 8 Hearse. This is a fun tour with lots of ghost stories about the haunted homes. You must call to confirm your pick up location and please tip your drivers, they work hard.
Get an alternative view of Savannah and delve deeper than most into its fraught history of war, executions, murders, and mystery on this historical ghost tour. Guided by the glow of a lantern, follow your guide through historic squares and cobblestone streets, past moss-draped oaks, as they recount eerie tales.
You will receive an incredible experience to see Georgia's historic "First City" and her thriving port from the water's unique perspective. Decked out in traditional red, white and blue these towering riverboats are a staple along Savannah's historic riverfront.
Our two-hour dinner cruise is a wonderful way to unwind. Sit back and relax on board in one of our beautifully appointed ballrooms while our Riverboat slowly glides down the Savannah River. Enjoy a specially prepared buffet style dinner made with the freshest, local ingredients that has something to satisfy everyone’s palate!
The Georgia Queen can hold up to 1,000 passengers and the Savannah River Queen, can hold up to 600 passengers. You can expect to cruise with at least a couple of hundred other people. Swap your voucher for a boarding pass in the ticket office prior to boarding. Boarding begins 60 minutes prior to cruise.
The Peachtree Trolley is simply the best way to see the sights and get acquainted with the city known as The Capital of the South. The trolley will provide 90 minute fully-narrated tours originating near Centennial Olympic Park and will introduce you to the “Must-Sees” of Atlanta.
The only full walking tour of Bonaventure Cemetery with transportation and most historically accurate Bonaventure Tour, bar none! Most of the other tours start at the gate and regurgitate a script that was written to separate visitors from their money with embellished tales and fabricated stories. With me, you get a 6th generation Savannahian and academically trained historian with 30 plus years in the Savannah hospitality business who really knows the history and who loves telling the stories.
See the highlights of Atlanta on a 5-hour bus tour that includes stops at key sites such as the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park. Your guide shares commentary throughout the tour as you travel to Krog Street Market, Ponce City Market, Centennial Olympic Park, Atlantic Station, and more. Have time to purchase lunch at the CNN Center, and enjoy a drive through the Buckhead neighborhood to view stately mansions. Includes guide, driver, and transportation in a climate-controlled coach.
Join us as we unfold time with this exciting Black History and Civil Rights tour. What better place to delve into African-American heritage than the home of the Civil Rights Movement? Showcasing historic sites and most talked about black historic neighborhoods like Summerhill, The West End, Downtown Atlanta and the Historic Sweet Auburn Ave District. During this 4 hour tour you will be immersed in black culture & arts, civil rights landmarks, groundbreaking HBCU’s, Tyler Perry Studios, along with famous hollywood Film & TV locations and more. These are some of the reasons Atlanta is known as the Black Mecca and one of the top destinations for Black History & Culture. This tour goes further than any other tour, allowing you to fully experience the historical and cultural significance of our groundbreaking city.
Step into Savannah’s fascinating history on a trolley tour of the city’s cobblestone streets and elegant neighborhoods. Hear stories from the old South as you ride with an engaging guide, who points out the landmarks and mansions you pass along the way. Trolleys depart regularly throughout the day from a central location in historic Savannah.
Stroll through the east side of Savannah's Historic District to sample food at 6 restaurants on this lunchtime culinary walking tour. With a food-loving guide and a small group of 16 people or less, explore both hidden gems and well-known hot spots. During this outing, taste local delicacies like fried green tomatoes, chopped pork sandwich and en papillote chicken. Listen as your local guide fills you in on Savannah's distinctive culture and tumultuous history; the food and conversation add up to a tour that's both gastronomically and intellectually satisfying.
Take a leisurely stroll through the squares and streets of the Savannah Historic District on this small-group walking tour. Together with a resident of Savannah, visit one of the largest National Historic Landmark Districts in the US. See the historic homes as well as the houses of the South’s most famous generals. Visit the buildings from the war years of the 1860s and learn about the town’s storied past.
Without a culinary tour of Savannah, you might miss out on some of the authentic Southern cuisine packing the city full of flavor. Try Lowcountry classics like shrimp and grits, plus Southern standbys including pimento cheese bites. As you walk through the historic district, your guide shares fun stories from Savannah’s past.
Get out of the city and explore the untapped beauty of North Georgia’s wine country on this full-day tour from Atlanta. Sample more than a dozen Georgia wines from local vineyards—admiring the area's gorgeous rolling hills on included transportation between stops—and then head to Helen for a chance to wine, dine, and shop in the Bavarian-inspired town.
Get to know Savannah's nightlife on a haunted pub crawl. Receive a glow-in-the-dark to-go cup from the bartender, and visit pubs around town with a guide who tells you about their creepy histories. Drinks are at your own expense. When booking, select your preferred tour time.
Visit film sites from "The Walking Dead" seasons two through six on a zombie tour from Senoia that includes insider stories and trivia, with guides who have worked as extras on the show. Explore the fictional town of Woodbury, visit the Zombie Arena and Oaks Motor Inn, and then see Morgan’s apartment with a group of ‘TWD' fans.
Fans of ‘The Walking Dead’ will love this small-group walking tour of some of the hit television series’ filming locations from seasons three through six in Georgia. Look out for walkers, and join the stalkers trying to get a glimpse of the film crew and equipment. Get behind-the-scenes information, and enjoy some surprises along the way.
Whether you’re an Atlanta native or totally new to these southern city streets, this city tour by electric car is the perfect way to see the sights. Sit back and relax as a professional guide and driver transport you through some of Atlanta’s hottest neighborhoods, including Old Fourth Ward, Inman Park and Midtown. Get an up-close look at civil rights monuments like the Martin Luther King Jr National Historic Site, as you listen in to expert commentary. And venture past World of Coca-Cola Museum and Centennial Olympic Park aboard an eco-friendly car.
Experience the delicious Southern cuisine of Atlanta on this small-group food tour. Led by an enthusiastic and knowledgeable foodie guide, sample 15 food tastings at seven of the most popular restaurants in historic downtown Atlanta. Visit Paschal's, the unofficial headquarters of the Civil Rights Movement; the Smoke Ring, a rustic restaurant featuring barbecue, Southern sides and cocktails; Arden’s Garden, offering fruit juices and smoothies and many more.
Explore Atlanta through the lens of the Civil Rights movement on this Martin Luther King Jr.-themed tour of the Sweet Auburn neighborhood. See where the iconic Civil Rights leader worked and lived as you visit sites such as Ebenezer Baptist Church, the King Center, and the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park. Throughout, your guide shares facts and stories about the Civil Rights movement in Atlanta.
Go even deeper into locations and lore of ‘The Walking Dead’ on a zombie tour of Senoia, Georgia that explores Seasons 2–6. See where your favorite scenes were shot as an expert guide offers insider perspectives on ‘The Walking Dead,’ play zombie trivia, and watch clips of the show that feature the sites you’re visiting. This zombie tour includes all transport and a souvenir ‘The Walking Dead’ photo.