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Your Mind Blown In 90 Minutes or You Don't Pay a Dime! You, like most visitors in Savannah, are only here for a few days- Your time is Valuable- You need a Tour. In Our World: Your satisfaction determines everything! We are so Confident you will...more
Hours Today: 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Johnson Square Center Monument, Meet next to Central Monument, Savannah, GA 31401
All reviews walking tour great tour johnson square free walking his hometown guide daniel great introduction savannah history his enthusiasm beautiful city forsyth park would highly recommend this tour come alive interesting facts two hours informative tour minute tour
Our guide Chuck Norras did a super job in making each stop on the tour a learning and often laughing experience. His knowledge of Savannah’s history—from the founding of the Georgia colony to the movie shoot last weeks—was impressive. And his anecdotes were on target...More
This was our second time to Savannah and we decided that this time we'd like to know more about its history and this is exactly what we got, lots of history and interesting stories from a local. I would highly recommend it.
This is a walking tour of several areas of the city. Not a long walk. Maybe 7 or so blocks. The guide was very informative and entertaining, with a sense of humor. I would highly recommend to do this at the beginning of your visit
My wife and I have been on many walking tours in the past, and we both came away from this one more impressed than perhaps any other! Chuck Norras was our guide, and he was as entertaining as he was knowledgeable. A pretty bad storm...More
My husband and I took this walking tour on our recent trip to Savannah. John, our tour
guide who was beyond excellent. Not only did he share his knowledge of the area, he shared personnel stories passed down from his family. He was animated and...More