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Savannah: Monday Gospel Dinner Cruise

1. Savannah: Monday Gospel Dinner Cruise

Embark on an evening filled with cultural and culinary experiences. Hop aboard your cruise and sail into the Georgia horizon during this 2-hour cruise featuring a buffet dinner and the uplifting sounds of Gospel music. As you float down the Savannah River, enjoy beautiful scenic views of the Savannah shoreline as the calming river sets you into a relaxed state of mind. Take in the sounds of the South as Gospel music entertainers take the stage. Listen to the uplifting tunes and marvel at immaculate performances. Savor the flavors of the South with a 2-hour dinner buffet. Enjoy specialty dishes such as southern fried chicken, pulled pork, and barbecue. Pair your main course with the many side dishes offered like macaroni and cheese, sweet potatoes, southern greens, coleslaw, biscuits, and more. End your meal with a sweet treat from the many delicious desserts offered.

Historic Savannah Walking Tour

2. Historic Savannah Walking Tour

Take a journey into the past and experience true southern hospitality in the fair city of Savannah. This 90-minute Savannah walking tour will introduce the city's rich and colorful history from ancient times up to the present day. This tour brings the city's history, art, and culture to life. With plenty of insider tips and hints for enjoying your stay, such as where to find the best dining and shopping and the whereabouts of those secret hidden attractions that few visitors get to see, this tour is sure to help you make the most of your time in Savannah! We begin right in the heart of the historic district, where there are more than 20 historic squares, famous old oak mansion houses and fabulous colonial landmarks. Filled with reminders of the Civil War, the tour is is sure to provide a compelling history lesson. And at the end of the walking tour, why not finish your trip with time at one of Savannah's picturesque beaches?

Savannah: Historical Panoramic City Tour

3. Savannah: Historical Panoramic City Tour

Enjoy a 360-degree panoramic tour of historic Savannah from the comfort of a convertible Mercedes Sprinter. Whether the roof is open or closed, you’ll enjoy a full view of the city’s beauty from side to side and above. The 360-degree view is perfect to admire the many church steeples and oak trees of Savannah's Old Town. The adventure tells the colorful story of the city’s past, and the route will take you to the city's main squares. Listen as your guide shares stories of the colorful characters that have made the city so inviting to visitors from all over the world. James Oglethorpe, Johnny Mercer, Juliette Low, Tomochichi, and many others have left their footprint around the squares of Savannah. Mansions, churches, parks, monuments, as well as City Market and River Street will all be viewed comfortably from the bucket seats of the Mercedes panoramic touring coach. Savannah’s Starland District is also included in this tour.

Savannah: Historic Church Tour

4. Savannah: Historic Church Tour

Join this tour to discover the most historic churches in the city of Savannah. Explore the diverse spiritual history of beautiful downtown Savannah on a walking tour. Journey back to the the roots of its first church founded in 1740 and even discover one of the oldest synagogues in North America. Learn about what makes each church unique and the historical events surrounding each one. Hear about everything from their construction to their impact on present-day Savannah. See Savannah's most important religious sights, including: Christ Church on Johnson Square, The Lutheran Church of the Ascension, The Independent Presbyterian Church, First Baptist Church, The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, St. John's Church on Madison Square, and The Congregation of Mickve Israel.

Savannah: Small-Group Guided Historical Tour

5. Savannah: Small-Group Guided Historical Tour

Join your expert guide on a historical sightseeing walking tour in a small-group setting. Visit the historical district town, plus Bonaventure and the Isle of Hope. Best of all, pickup and drop-off are included. Visit Savannah’s 22 historical squares where you will see lovely homes, beautiful churches, charming inns, and museums amidst the shade of live oak trees and intimate green space Take a peek at late Victorian and Queen Anne architecture in this lovely historical district, the crown jewel of Savannah’s Antebellum architecture. Head to Bluff Drive to explore a hidden scenic residential area on the Isle of Hope. Expect grand stately southern mansions overlooking the marshes. Take in many grand places of worship on your tour. Stroll to the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, an impressive 19th century Roman Catholic cathedral & seat of the Bishop of Savannah Also not to be missed is Christ Church. Established in 1733 with the founding of the colony of Georgia, this church is known as “The Mother Church of Georgia”. Wesley Monumental Church, a 19th century Methodist church dedicated as a monument to John and Charles Wesley, is also on the itinerary for your tour. Take in a more somber part of Savannah’s history at a former plantation that was once the colonial estate of Noble Jones, a carpenter who came to Savannah in 1733 with James Oglethorpe. Learn how the estate remained family-owned until it was purchased by the state for use as a historical site in 1973. Last up is Bonaventure Cemetery. located on the site of a former plantation. Hear and see how the cemetery was featured in the novel and film “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil”.

Savannah: Colonial Park Cemetery Guided Walking Tour

6. Savannah: Colonial Park Cemetery Guided Walking Tour

Be transported back to the early American era by getting to know all about Colonial Park Cemetery's most famous residents. With some of the most notable Georgians buried here, this 6-acre graveyard is simply bursting with excellent stories, just itching to be told. Enjoy the beautiful scenery of tree-lined paths and manicured grave gardens, while you visit the tombs of Founding Father Button Gwinnett, and famous colonial merchant James Habersham. You'll also stop by the burial grounds of Savannah's unfortunate Yellow Fever victims. Let your knowledgeable tour guide paint a picture of gruesome events that happened as early as the 1700s, as you stand beside Savannah's old Dueling Grounds and Samuel T. Baker's murder site.

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What people are saying about Savannah

The walking tour was very informative and our tour guide was so knowledgeable and the area was so amazing definitely worth our time.

Do the tour in morning. Gets to hot in afternoon we had a man. Can’t remember his name but he was very informative was very good

Factual pleasant. Totally enjoyed our guide (the German lady). Sorry can’t remember her name. She was amazing.

Excellent event. Beautiful gospel music. Luscious dinner. Great event.

Very informative and fun!!! Really enjoyed our tour guide!!