Sightseeing in Savannah

Up to 51% Off Ghost-Themed Pub Crawl

Full Moon Tours

Downtown Savannah

$20 $10

Learn about Savannah's spooky history during a pub crawl with stops at three to five watering holes

50% Off Walking-Adventure Tour for 2 or 4

Crazy Dash Digital Adventures

Savannah

$39.95 $20

The digital game requires a smartphone and takes you on a tour of the sights

Up to 56% Off Savannah Pub Crawl

Savannah Tour Walks LLC

Savannah Historic Distric

$40 $19

Guides lead guests from pub to pub, some of which are haunted, while elucidating Savannah's history

Up to 60% Off Historical or Ghost Tour from The Savannah Walks

The Savannah Walks

Downtown Savannah

$36 $18

Guides shepherd groups through Savannah’s historical sites and induce shivers with tales of hauntings, exorcisms, and Gullah superstitions

Up to 63% Off Walking Tour for Two or Four

Savannah Belle Tours

Savannah Historic District

$40 $17

Friendly, knowledgeable guide Michelle leads groups on tours around Savannah landmarks, customizing stops to personal interests

Up to 56% Off Savannah Hauntings Ghost Tour

See Savannah Walking Tours

Wright Square

$20 $10

Experienced guides lead walking tour groups between haunted sites, recounting paranormal events and stories of hauntings

65% Off Historical-Adventures Tour

Ghost Party Haunted Tours

Savannah

$25 $12

Explore Savannah's history on a tour that visits some of the city's oldest mansions, which date back to the 19th century

Up to 44% Off Boutique Shopping Tour from 'Tiques

'Tiques

Savannah

$37.50 $21

Follow your style host as they lead you to nine of Savannah's hottest boutiques while shopping and spotting historic landmarks along the way

50% Off Sunset Cruise for Two or Four

Bull River Marina

Wilmington Island

$70 $35

Charter boats cruise to the mouth of the Bull River for sunset views of the sun sinking beneath the marshes

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PO Box 8572
Savannah,
GA
US

Mounted atop a fleet of two-wheeled city seers, Savannah Bike Tours' groups glide past scenery on two-hour guided tours. Cruising at an easy pace through Savannah's quiet side streets, broad boulevards, and picturesque historic district, city-licensed guides answer questions and expound upon architecture, botany, local history, and glory tales of the bicycle's predecessor—the gravy train with biscuit wheels. As the tour rolls by points of interest, such as the emerald landscape of Forsyth Park, stops are made to accommodate the numerous photo opportunities that present themselves. Helmets and bicycles are included in the cost of the tour, though tourers can choose to bring their own pedal-powered two-wheeler and hollowed-out coconut shell.

41 Habersham Street
Savannah,
GA
US

Each Wednesday–Saturday, erudite guides steer group and private tours along Savannah's cobblestone streets as they dispense factoids about the city's history—both haunted and not—since its founding in 1733. Departing from Telfair Square, two-hour historical strolls cover up to 1.5 miles as visitors hear tales of famous areas and historical homes while passing sites such as The Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist and Chippewa Square, where portions of Forrest Gump were filmed. Meanwhile, the Savannah Spirits tours spends 90 minutes exploring haunted locales such as Colonial Park Cemetery as guides relay tales of voodoo, ghost sightings and demons exorcised from peaches. Lastly, 90-minute Savannah Haunted Pubs excursions traipse through story-clad drinking establishments such as Molly MacPherson's Scottish Pubs, where patrons 21 and older can down spirits before learning about the other kind.

201 Abercorn Street
Savannah,
GA
US

For more than a century, visitors of the Gribble House have found themselves unexplainably locked in rooms, witnesses to recurring spot fires and recurring visions of a "Woman in White" and a "Shadow Man." With the help of a trained crew, daring individuals spend two hours exploring the warehouse’s secrets—which seem to stem from an infamous triple murder in the early 1900s—with technology such as EMF recorders and laser grids.

234 MLK Jr. Blvd
Savannah,
GA
US

In 1820, an upwardly mobile carpenter named Isaiah Davenport designed a 6,800-square-foot Federal-style home to live in with his wife, children, and slaves. After his death, Davenport’s wife turned the stately brick house into a boarding house, though it later devolved into a run-down tenement—until the Historic Savannah Foundation saved the landmark when it was threatened with demolition in 1955. The organization’s award-winning preservation, their very first effort, jumpstarted an organized preservation movement that spread across the entire port city.

Today, the Davenport House Museum’s rooms are filled with antique furniture from the 1820s, acquired after careful research relying on estate inventories and detailed artist renderings of long-ago games of musical chairs. These period-accurate tables and chairs join ceramics, textiles, and books to form the museum’s collection of about 500 historical items. Behind the home, where a carriage house, garden, and privy once stood, a garden designed by renowned landscape artist Penelope Hobhouse flourishes. After walking among its flowers, visitors can drop by the museum shop to pick up jams and jellies, books about Savannah, and reproductions of early 19th-century items.

324 E State St
Savannah,
GA
US

Located on the beautiful end of historic River Street, Artsy's houses an inventory of over 1200 prints by national, local, and student artists. Our on site frame shop and glass alternatives allow us to create any item to match you decor within 24 hours! See website for more details

427 E River St
Savannah,
GA
US