After hopping on and off your trolley throughout the city, take advantage of your includedwalking tour of Savannah's history. This tour mixes the history of Georgia's first city with it's amazing architecture.You'll be taken ona journey throughSavannah's historic district with architecturally significant buildings, including examples of Federal, Victorian Regency, Greek and Gothic Revival and Italianate architecture. From simple Colonial style to Medieval-influenced cathedrals to the gingerbread accents of the Victorian period, examples of most of Americas 18th and 19th century prevailing architectural styles can be found in Savannah.
You will also discover how the vibrancy of General James Oglethorpes enlightened Utopian plan worked in the 18th century and how it thrives today with some exciting highlights:
- Christ Church,1840, James Couper, amateur architect
- Pink House, (Habersham residence) 1771
- Kehoe House,1892 by DeWhitt Bruyn
- Owens Thomas House, 1816, by William Jay
- Davenport House, 1820 - Isaiah Davenport
There's no single best way to see the sights of historic Savannah, but this combo is an excellent way to make the most of your time!