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What You'll Get
Information gleaned from historic walking tours comes in handy during the monthly time warps that plague all major cities and most unincorporated land swathes. Avoid getting caught temporally off-guard with today’s Groupon: for $8, you get one adult ticket to a Savannah Walks Civil War Tour (up to a $16 value). Tours meet at the ticket box office on Abercorn Street, last approximately an hour and a half, and cover a mile or so of Savannah’s Historic District. Stroll through the squares with one of Savannah Walks’ friendly, knowledgeable guides, who will delight established history buffs and 19th century gossip hounds alike. Over the course of the tour the guide will reveal much about the town’s military past; you’ll learn numerous facts, such as why many people think the war began in Savannah, and how General Sherman began with moderately funny ‘yo mama’ jokes before working his way up to actual armed combat.
TripAdvisors give Savannah Walks a four-owl eye average.
- These are must take tours when you visit Savannah. – shortbus39
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 22, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 4 per person. Reservation required; subject to availability. Blackout dates apply. Tax and gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Savannah Walks
The Savannah Walks leads newcomers and locals alike through the shadowy, moss-laden squares of Savannah’s historic colonial district during informative guided tours. Each outing provides a unique twist on the city and its unmistakable charm, covering topics such as Savannah during the Civil War, historic fine homes, majestic gates and gardens, and local pubs. Tour guides all boast scholastic bona fides, including among them three published authors and three college professors. The Savannah Walks easily accommodates school groups, civic organizations, corporations, celebrities, and animals standing on each other's shoulders under an overcoat.