2 people RideStrollLunch
You Must Remember Savannah Historic - 5 Hours (including lunch). This is an in depth private riding with short strolls to a closer look at monuments. This is a tour of Georgia's first and most beautiful city. See the bluff where founder, James Oglethorpe set his first tent, the beautiful squares for houses & public gathering places & giant oaks flanked by antebellum homes. Learn about African American secrets of horseshoes, copper pennies and the secret of haint blue homes. Enjoy the largest national historic district in the country. Churches from the 1700s & 1800s, 250 year old city market area and historic monuments grace this district. The Savannah Cotton Exchange where the world's prices for cotton were set before the Civil War still stands here. I will also show you where some of my favorite Savannah movies were filmed like Roots, Forrest Gump and Midnight in The Garden of Good and Evil. This tour includes lunch at a local restaurant(Alcohol not included). (2 people)
Historic squares, a cemetary, along the river and a museum. If weather is a factor, we will make adjustments to accomodate your schedule within a forty-eight hour window.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: The meeting location for this tour is at your hotel if it is in the downtown historic district. If you are driving in, we will meet at the Savannah Visitors Center 310 M.L.KING, Jr. Dr.
End location: The ending point for this tour is back at your hotel; the visitor's center on historic River Street so that you can stroll in and out of shops or the River Street Market Place. This is also a great area to dine moderately at one of the local restaurants on the Savannah River.
Duration: 5 hours
This tour will start at published times unless weather or an unforeseen event dictates changing the start times.
This is a comfortable and relaxed riding tour in a clean SUV or minivan.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
6 USD - Cash, Credit Cards or Debit Cards $1.00 per hour to park at the Visitors' Center in Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. buy meals or small souvenirs
While Savannah is compliant with the Americans With Disabilities Act, the walking tour along the river is not the best fit for people in wheelchairs or those with back conditions. For those people I recommend riuding tours.
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My wife and I toured with Bethany and she was a fantastic. Her knowledge was exceptional across many subjects and she made the day entertaining and enjoyable. From River Street to Fort Pulaski to Tybee Island to the historic squares this was truly a day to remember. I feel like we got a great overview of Savannah and the surrounding area. The day was a very comfortable pace with a combination of driving and walking. Thanks Bethany