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Savannah Riverboat: Dinner Cruise with Entertainment

1. Savannah Riverboat: Dinner Cruise with Entertainment

Journey back in time in one of the beautifully appointed ballrooms aboard the Savannah Riverboat on a 2-hour dinner cruise. Savor the fresh buffet-style dinner made with local ingredients and enjoy the live entertainment as the riverboat slowly glides down the Savannah River.  After dinner, you can get up and dance to tunes from the 50s through today’s hits performed by one of the riverboat entertainers. Venture up to the top deck and enjoy the wonderful Savannah evenings with the amazing sights and sounds of the historic city of Savannah. Seating is available indoors and on the deck for the best views of the river and the city of Savannah. The indoor areas are climate-controlled. There is nothing more charming than an evening on the Savannah River. Sample Dinner Menu: Our Signature Savannah Shrimp and Grits, Tender Beef Carving Station, Fresh Catch of the Day, Lemon & Artichoke Chicken with Spinach, Roasted Potatoes, Squash Casserole, Seasonal Fresh Vegetables, Southern Side Salads, Fresh Garden Greens with Dressings and Toppings, Seasonal Fruits and much more.

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Savannah: 3-Hour First Squares Food Tour

2. Savannah: 3-Hour First Squares Food Tour

This 3-hour food tour takes you on a leisurely walk through the bustling center of Savannah's Historic District. After a meet and greet with your guide you’ll head out on a flavorful and fun adventure, covering around 1.5 miles. Visit 6 area venues, including specialty food stores and restaurants, to sample the fresh flavors of local cuisine. The tasting includes shrimp and grits, shepherd’s pie, pork belly sliders, sausage rolls, and gourmet honey. Some of the establishments that may be on the itinerary are the Savannah Bee Company, Molly MacPherson's Scottish Pub and Grill, Pie Society and The Ordinary Pub. The tour ends near the City Market, the commercial and social center of historic Savannah since the early 1700s. Explore this 4-block area of restored warehouses and storefronts adjacent to Ellis Square. It’s a perfect stop for shopping, dining or just relaxing the rest of the day away.

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Savannah: Wormsloe Plantation and Bonaventure Cemetery Tour

3. Savannah: Wormsloe Plantation and Bonaventure Cemetery Tour

Your day begins with a tour of Bonaventure Cemetery to learn about the lives of notable inhabitants like Academy Award-winning songwriter Johnny Mercer, Georgia’s first governor Edward Telfair, philanthropist Mary Telfair, as well as the tragic tales of poet Conrad Aiken and Gracie Watson. The Cemetery walking tour meanders under moss-draped oaks and along the bluff of the Wilmington River. Bonaventure Cemetery, dating back to 1846, is one of the most beautiful cemeteries. Following the cemetery tour, you will have lunch on your own at Erica Davis Low country restaurant, a local favorite whose owner and family have deep ties in Savannah. Their focus on Coastal Southern Cuisine brings together fresh seafood, barbecue, and southern sides in a menu that embodies the Low country. After lunch, the day continues to Wormsloe Historic site and a drive through the picturesque Isle of Hope Historic District. Your visit to Wormsloe includes a breathtaking drive down the famous live oak tree-lined drive. You will take a short walk to see the Plantation Tabby Ruins that date to the 18th Century and visit the museum of the Georgia State Park Historic Site. After Wormsloe, you will drive down Bluff Dr to view the Intercoastal waterway and the magnificent houses that range in style from Greek Revival to Craftsman Bungalows. After this drive along the bluff, the thought of looking for a Realtor will come to mind. Finally, a stop is scheduled at the Famous Savannah Byrd Cookie Company headquarters for shopping and tastings of Byrd’s Famous Cookies. Key Lime, Bennie Bits and Cheddar Cheese are just of few of the favorites.

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Savannah: Pub Crawl and Ghost Tour

4. Savannah: Pub Crawl and Ghost Tour

The Haunted Savannah Pub Crawl meets at 7:30 pm in Madison Square. To begin, this walking tour takes you through the Historic District of Savannah. Savannah is considered to be one of the most haunted cities in the country, and this tour takes you in many directions to understand the twists and turns that make up the oddities that happen here on a daily basis. As you begin the tour you will stop off for a beverage of your choice at a local pub and, since Savannah has an open container law, you are able to walk the streets with any type of beverage. Stay hydrated and enjoy the evening tales of this city.

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Savannah Riverboat: Sunday Brunch Sightseeing Cruise

5. Savannah Riverboat: Sunday Brunch Sightseeing Cruise

Experience a classic Southern tradition you don’t want to miss on a 90-minute cruise, featuring the best views of historic River Street, rivaling any other brunch in Savannah. Enjoy a mouth-watering buffet featuring: the best Southern Fried Chicken in the South, Honey Glazed Spiral Ham, Savannah Shrimp and Grits, Ham and Broccoli Quiche, Fresh Garden Greens with Dressing and Toppings, assorted breakfast entrees and items, desserts, and more.  Be entertained by the captain’s narration of the landmarks along the way and admire breathtaking views of Savannah from a comfortable climate-controlled dining room. This unique Sunday brunch tour is one-of-a-kind.

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Atlanta 5 Hour City Tour by Air-Conditioned Bus

6. Atlanta 5 Hour City Tour by Air-Conditioned Bus

Tour Atlanta from the comfort of an air-conditioned bus. Visit everything from Downtown to Buckhead with stops at Civil War Battleground sites and the Swan House. Take a walk along the BeltLine and admire the Buckhead mansions. From Peachtree Center, head to the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park for an in-depth look at the life of Dr. King. Continue to Krog Street Market and witness the reinvention of Inman Park and the Old Fourth Ward neighborhoods. Walk along the BeltLine trail and admire the public art installations. Stop at the booming Ponce City Market - the area's largest adaptive reuse project which houses the Central Food Hall and various shops. Treat yourself at the CNN Center before continuing to Buckhead. Relax on the bus and let your guide take you on a tour of the homes of the rich and the famous in this beautiful neighborhood. See other historical sites, including The Swan House which was featured in "The Hunger Games."

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Savannah: 2-Hour Southern Food Tour

7. Savannah: 2-Hour Southern Food Tour

Skip lunch and join a 2-hour Southern food tasting tour that'll be sure to leave you full. Explore Savannah's historic district through its food and savor delicious regional cuisine.  Meet your guide in the heart of historic downtown and receive an introduction about the tour. Set off to visit four different restaurants featuring classic Southern dishes. At each stop enjoy eating delicious and filling Southern comfort food.  While satiating your Southern food needs, listen to your guide as they weave food, history, and tales together so you can get a true sense of the South. This tour ends just down River Street at a local boutique candy shop.

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Savannah: Famous and Secret East Side Food Tour

8. Savannah: Famous and Secret East Side Food Tour

Meet your local guide and small tour group in Savannah's Historic District. Meander through the tranquil, elegant squares on the district's east side, you'll learn about Savannah's southern culture and rich history as you walk past many examples of the city's elegant architecture on the 1-mile (1.6 km) walk. At each of the subsequent stops, taste bites like chicken sandwiches en papillote, fried green tomatoes, and famous ice cream. Possible locations include Broughton Common, Leopold's Ice Cream, Cha bella, and B&D Burgers on Broughton. The food and conversation add up to a tour that's both gastronomically and intellectually satisfying. Your culinary exploration of Savannah ends only a few blocks from the starting location. You'll depart with a map that makes it easy to go back to your favorites later.

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Atlanta: Food Tour of Inman Park and the Atlanta Beltline

9. Atlanta: Food Tour of Inman Park and the Atlanta Beltline

Experience delicious Southern Food in all its wondrous forms, from traditional to modern - often with a twist. This small-group tour only takes you to locally-owned restaurants who have won "best-of" awards for their food. In total, visit 6 award-winning restaurants with tastings at each. Some tastings will be smaller, others will be larger, but in total it equals a satisfying lunchtime meal, so come hungry! Atlanta is a city of small, interconnected neighborhoods, and historic Inman Park is one of the city’s most beloved. Over the years, it's become one of the city’s premier foodie destinations. While walking between restaurants, you'll meander through the street of Inman Park and hear the history of how this posh suburb from the 1890s became blighted in the 1960s before being resettled by urban pioneers who renovated the dilapidated Victorian homes, bringing the neighborhood back to its former glory. Then, you'll get the chance to explore the city’s rich arts scene as you walk along the Eastside Trail of Atlanta’s Beltline. The former railroad tracks have been transformed into a pedestrian trail winding through the city. This takes you over to the Krog Street Market, voted one of the country’s top food halls, offering a variety of delicious eats. This will be the final stop on the tour - about a 15 minute walk from where it started.

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Savannah: Cocktail Class at American Prohibition Museum

10. Savannah: Cocktail Class at American Prohibition Museum

History and learning have never been more hands-on — or tastier. In this 2-hour class at Congress Street Up, the 1920s-style speakeasy inside the American Prohibition Museum, discover how cocktail culture was born during Prohibition when bartenders started combining mixers with potent alcohol to make it more palatable. Following the tradition of those early mixologists, you’ll learn from expert bartenders how to make proper Prohibition-era cocktails using authentic bar equipment. Enjoy 2 custom-made cocktails and sample 3 classics while learning more about this fascinating period in American history.

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What people are saying about Georgia

Our visit to Bonaventure Cemetery and Wormsloe Plantation was superb. Our guide was friendly and professional. The history provided made visiting these areas so much more meaningful and enjoyable. It was an informative, beautiful, and meaningful tour. Our stop for lunch was very good while we were given some time on our own before we gathered back together in our comfortable tour bus. I highly recommend this tour!

The class far exceeded my expectations. We learned so many tips and tricks along with great drink recipes. Jason was fantastic! Very entertaining and knowledgeable. He tied the techniques and tips to stories which made them interesting and memorable. I highly recommend this experience, we will definitely be doing another class.

This was our first trip at Atlanta and I would highly recommend this tour. Our guide, Don and bus driver, Pam were Excellent! It was pouring down rain for the trip but I am so happy we made the tour. We viewed places we would Never have seen on our own. Loved it!!

Jacob was a knowledgeable and enthusiastic guide. We had a great time and learned many new things. Highly recommend.

our guide Kelle was absolutely fabulous. food, fun and lots of history....