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Savannah's Historic Grave Encounters Tour

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  • Learn the spooky side of Savannah's history from your guide
  • Stay entertained by live actors on your trolley tour
  • Upgrade to add a stop at Sorrel-Weed House or dinner at Pirate House
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Savannah's Historic Grave Encounters Tour
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8:15pm Grave Encounter Sorrel
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Our 90 minute 8:15pm Grave Encounter Trolley Tour includes an exploration of the Sorrel-Weed House. One of the most haunted places in the south
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7pm Grave Encounter w/ Dinner
Our 2 hour 7:00pm Grave Encounter Trolley Tour includes Dinner at the Pirate House and a creepy Rum Cellar Tour.
From USD 49.00
7:45pm Grave Encounter Sorrel
Our 90 minute 7:45pm Grave Encounter Trolley Tour includes an exploration of the Sorrel-Weed House. One of the most haunted places in the south
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Overview

Get in touch with Savannah historic district’s more sinister side on this haunted trolley tour. Learn about the city’s haunted places and hear of ghoulish encounters. The trolley and tour covers much ground, and you can upgrade your experience to add bone-chilling extras such as a visit to the Sorrel-Weed House (featured on Ghost Hunters) or dinner at the Pirate House, a purportedly haunted tavern dating back to 1754.

What to Expect

This trolley tour through haunted Savannah begins with evening hotel pickup. From there, your itinerary depends on which tour option you’ve booked.

Those on the Sorrel-Weed House tour start by exploring this spooky historic landmark known as one of the most haunted houses in the US. You might even catch sight of a ghost or two while you venture through its doorways.

If you opted for dinner at the Pirate House, you’ll start at the more than 200-year-old tavern that was frequented by seamen in its past life. After a pirate-themed dinner, head to the rum cellar for a look at where booze passed through during Prohibition.

Both tour options include a trolley ride around Savannah’s Historic District. Your spirited guide tells you the stories and the history of ghost sightings as you pass through the city during the scariest time of all—night.

Your tour ends in central Savannah.

Reviews (90)
1 - 5 of 66 reviews
Reviewed 2 days ago
Ghost tour

Interesting but not as scary as I’d hoped. Make sure to take a night tour. Extra people that board the trolley tell interesting stories.

Date of experience: July 2018
Thank Kay T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Fun Storytelling

If you're looking for some fun and entertaining ghost stories, this is a great tour. Our guide, Nurse Nancy, was funny and engaging. The Sorrel Weed part of the tour was really neat. If you're looking for something scary, this is not the tour for...More

Date of experience: November 2018
1  Thank bobbiejoh64
Jim L, General Manager at Old Savannah Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

We appreciate your review, and are glad that you enjoyed our Grave Encounters ghost tour with the Sorrel Weed House. We are pleased to hear that you enjoyed Olivia's tour, and that she was funny and engaging. We hope that you enjoyed Savannah, and that...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Waste of time and money

The only interesting part of the tour was the tour of the Sorrel House - not because i twas "haunted", but because of the architecture and craftsmanship.More

Date of experience: November 2018
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Jim L, General Manager at Old Savannah Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

We would first like to apologize for the negative experience you had on our Grave Encounters ghost tour with the Sorrel Weed House. We always want our guests to have a positive experience on all of our tours, and are sorry to hear that this...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Not worth the time or money.

I love history and ghosts. So many of the reviews for this were positive. I absolutely don't get it. The Sorrel-Weed house is worth seeing, but on this tour you don't even get to see the entire house. Then you spend the rest of the...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank Ms-S-Harper
Jim L, General Manager at Old Savannah Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

We are very sorry to hear that your experience on our Grave Encounters ghost tour with the Sorrel Weed House was less than satisfactory. We always strive to provide our guests with the best touring experience possible, and are sorry that this was not the...More

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Depends on the weather - don't go if it is raining

Our hotel recommended this tour group - maybe they get a kick back? There was no discount for hotel guests.Nurse Nancy/ Olivia was entertaining but the other visitors were marginal. The Sorrel-Weed House was fine but then you are on the trolley for the rest...More

Date of experience: November 2018
2  Thank DowntownMPLS
Jim L, General Manager at Old Savannah Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago

We appreciate you reviewing your experience with us, and are glad that you enjoyed Olivia's tour and the Sorrel Weed House. We would like to apologize for all the issues that the weather caused during the tour, we try to accommodate for the weather the...More

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Jennifer A
16 October 2018|
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Response from luvtravlin_11 | Reviewed this property |
It was a buffet style, chicken, potatoes, green beans, fish, breads. It was very good. Maybe you could ask in advance if you could order something from the menu.
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Safari67356
12 September 2018|
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Response from OrdinaryMagicMan | Reviewed this property |
In my experience if you call them they will arrange for a shuttle to pick you up and drop you off at the hotel you are staying at.
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