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EXPLORE SAVANNAH WITH ONE OF THESE TERRIFIC TROLLEY TOURS

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If you haven’t seen Savannah by trolley, you’re missing one of the best ways to get to know the city. Check out one of these trolley tour services, enjoy the sights, and learn something new about one of Georgia’s most beautiful places.

Old Town Trolley Tours

This tour company allows ticket holders complete freedom – you can hop on and hop off any time you like. You can buy a one-day or two-day pass, which will allow you all the time you need to see as much as you’d like to explore. The tour is live – there’s no recorded narration. The guides will share everything they know about this beautiful city. You can also try their Ghosts & Gravestones Tour, which runs at night, and allows participants to go inside two of the most haunted venues in Savannah: the Andrew Low House and Perkins & Sons Ship Chandlery. You’ll also see famous antebellum sites, and historic cemeteries and battlegrounds.

Old Savannah Tours

Here, you’ll find both a hop-on-hop-off option with the purchase of a one-day ticket, or a concentrated, 90-minute tour for those who want the whole experience at once. This tour covers 270 years of history and either tour you choose, you’ll be able to dive deeply into one of the most storied cities in the United States. And yes, they also offer a ghost tour. Grave Encounters takes visitors on a journey through Savannah’s paranormal past and is rumored to be quite chilling.

Kelly Tours

Discover Savannah through Kelly Tours’ 90-minute, fully narrated, unscripted trolley tour. You’ll see all the churches, historic buildings, squares, and monuments, as well as Savannah’s signature oak trees, draped in billowy curtains of moss. You’ll learn about architecture, significant events, and how modern Savannah evolved from its deep historical roots.

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