Savannah Trolley And Historic Walking Tour Combo

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  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Free Cancellation
  • Duration: 8 Hrs
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    10:00am Daily, The Historic walking tour is 2-hours in length. Walking tour must be redeemed on the date selected at checkout. , Trolley tours operate daily and depart every 15-30 minutes. Trolley t.. read more
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    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.


Visithistoric Savannah and explore with this trolley tour and historic walkingtour combo!You'll have hop-on and hop-off trolley privileges to seethe sightsat your leisure from the trolley. The walking tour will bring you through the history of Savannah with a certified local guide that will tie in all the stories and tales. This packageis an excellent way to combine your Savannah experiences and truly explore this wonderful and interesting city.


Comprehensive tour of the city

Informative, friendly and professional guide

Excellent value for money

Ideal choice for families

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This combo tour is your ticket to the ultimate Savannah experience.With hop-on and off trolley privileges, the fully narrated trolley tour allows you toexplore the stunning sites of historic Savannah for a full day.

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
The magnificent ironwork is a well known feature of the architecture in Savannah. Beautiful scrolled designs appear on many of the buildings in cast-iron balconies, stair railings and window guards. Ironwork can be found in many of the squares, and surrounding monuments and fountains.

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!


Hop-on hop-off tour

10% discount on in store merchandise at point of departure


Gratuities (very much appreciated)

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Not wheelchair accessible

Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level

A minimum of 2 adults per booking is required

Trolley tour tickets can be used on any date, but once redeemed with the trolley driver, they are valid for the remainder of that day.

The historic walking tour is valid only on the day selected for purchase

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  • 26-Apr-2018

    What a great walking adventure. Ed was just the right person for the tour - he was very knowledgeable and his architecture background allowed him to point out wonderful tidbits about the architecture and monuments of the old city.

  • 24-Jan-2018

    A lot to take in in a few hours. Savannah has an incredible history and the tour guides are very informative

  • 21-Sep-2017

    The combo package was totally worth it - we set out in he morning for a two-hour amble around the different plazas downtown with an architect who was passionate about the history of Savannah and the stories behind its buildings and landmarks. It was late August so very hot and humid, so the tour was an amble and stretched out to almost three hours. After lunch, we took the trolley and had a truly entertaining guide who told us even more stories some slightly exaggerated but oh-so funny and made the tour worthwhile. We just stayed on for the whole ride, then stopped off at a couple of the sights the following day. Savannah is beautiful, and these tours are a great way to see this historic, colourful city.

  • 21-Aug-2017

    Excellent time..what better than bringing a city alive by a former city architect/engineer. Knows where every thing/one hides! Only wish it had been an entire day!

  • 04-Aug-2017

    This tour was amazing!

  • 10-Jul-2017

    Competent and entertaining guide on our stroll through the parks and city. If you have an interest in history and architecture, this is for you !

  • 06-Jul-2017

    Good way to see the city. Our tour guides were very knowledgeable and friendly. The trolley is very convenient for seeing the city in an overview and the hop on/hop off option is great for exploring a bit more.

  • 27-May-2017

    We had never been to Savannah before and this tour was very informative. We learned so much about the history of Savannah and the surrounding area, all the while getting to see the beauty of the city and it's historic buildings. We would highly recommend this tour.

  • 09-Apr-2017

    We had a great tour. Ed was so knowledgeable about the city. My husband is in real estate and Ed's know-how about how the city developed and is still developing was fantastic. He's the best!

  • 09-Mar-2017

    The best of both worlds. First a guided walking tour with an architect explaining the history of the town, the beautiful squares why and how they were built the way they were and discussing many of the very historic buildings in downtown Savannah. Second a leisurely hop-on-hop-off, fully narrated tour on our own where we could spend the time we chose at the stops we chose.

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