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Atlanta: Black History and Civil Rights City Driving Tour

1. Atlanta: Black History and Civil Rights City Driving Tour

Drive around the home of the modern Civil Rights movement and discover the rich African-American heritage of Atlanta. Visit the most iconic and significant neighborhoods and landmarks while learning their historical significance and hear the stories of leaders and activists, past and present. Explore the major heritage sights of African-American Heritage by driving around Atlanta. Visit the heritage district of Sweet Auburn Avenue, a famous black neighborhood lined with iconic churches and black-owned businesses. Learn important stories from your guide and discover Atlanta's many close ties to great African-American leaders and activists such as W.E.B Du Bois, Madam CJ Walker, Booker T. Washington, Stokely Carmichael, Maynard Jackson, and many more. Drive through the Downtown, West End, Castleberry Hills, Vine City, Atlanta University Center, Downtown Atlanta, and the birth home and last residence of Dr. Martin Luther King. Despite its past challenges, Atlanta is a vibrant city that has emerged as a center for black culture, education, political influence, and business — a testament to its power, strength, and undefeated spirit.

Atlanta: City Lights Night Tour

2. Atlanta: City Lights Night Tour

Ride by night around Atlanta and see the glimmering city lit up against the sky. Visit top landmarks, spot famous movie and TV filming locales, and iconic attractions like the Mercedes Benz Stadium. Listen to interesting facts from your guide and watch the city come to life as the sun sets. Drive through the twinkling lights of Downtown Atlanta and see all the sights. Take in the view of the sun setting as you drive by The King Center and learn of the city's important civil rights heritage. Grab local restaurant and bar suggestions from your guide as you pass by the best in town. Take in views of the Jackson Street Bridge, Centennial Olympic Park, and Mercedes Benz Stadium, which are sometimes illuminated with brilliant colors. Allow your guide to point out famous filming spots and share the history of the Millennium Gate. Enjoy plenty of time for photo ops and stops and drop-off at a dinner location at the end of the tour.

Savannah: Small-Group Guided Historical Tour

3. Savannah: Small-Group Guided Historical Tour

Join your expert guide on a historical sightseeing walking tour in a small-group setting. Visit the historical district town, plus Bonaventure and the Isle of Hope. Best of all, pickup and drop-off are included. Visit Savannah’s 22 historical squares where you will see lovely homes, beautiful churches, charming inns, and museums amidst the shade of live oak trees and intimate green space Take a peek at late Victorian and Queen Anne architecture in this lovely historical district, the crown jewel of Savannah’s Antebellum architecture. Head to Bluff Drive to explore a hidden scenic residential area on the Isle of Hope. Expect grand stately southern mansions overlooking the marshes. Take in many grand places of worship on your tour. Stroll to the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, an impressive 19th century Roman Catholic cathedral & seat of the Bishop of Savannah Also not to be missed is Christ Church. Established in 1733 with the founding of the colony of Georgia, this church is known as “The Mother Church of Georgia”. Wesley Monumental Church, a 19th century Methodist church dedicated as a monument to John and Charles Wesley, is also on the itinerary for your tour. Take in a more somber part of Savannah’s history at a former plantation that was once the colonial estate of Noble Jones, a carpenter who came to Savannah in 1733 with James Oglethorpe. Learn how the estate remained family-owned until it was purchased by the state for use as a historical site in 1973. Last up is Bonaventure Cemetery. located on the site of a former plantation. Hear and see how the cemetery was featured in the novel and film “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil”.

Bonaventure Cemetery: Private Tour with Shannon Scott

4. Bonaventure Cemetery: Private Tour with Shannon Scott

Join historian and artist Shannon Scott for an insider's view into the fascinating historic cemetery and the famed dead. Embark on a walking tour as you learn about history from the mid-18th century Bonaventure Plantation era. Admire the most sumptuous natural landscapes that you'll ever observe in a cemetery anywhere in the world. Hear about famed figures that have made their mark on Savannah's history, their connections to The Historic District and the world at large.  The tour is particularly focused on symbols and the hidden language of cemeteries. Gain an insight into the world of Freemasonry, which was born in Savannah and led the path for other secret societies to follow. Learn how to decode such objects or truly see them in their proper light.  At heart though, this tour is about storytelling and you'll quickly see that Shannon Scott is well-heeled in the art form and truly brings Bonaventure's dead to life. This private tour will provide access to more locations, more details, and Shannon's expert attention than the group tour.

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Our guide, Omar, was very engaging. A true people person, and he was equally as informative. He even shared with us some of his favorite Atlanta restaurants. We took him up on one of them, the Busy Bee, and we were thoroughly pleased. The soul food there was the best we'd ever had, and to top our day off, hours later, Omar spotted us in Busy Bee's parking lot. He honked until he got our attention. We waved, and he waved back. He could've driven by not seeing us, not recognizing us and/or not bothering to acknowledge us even if he did see and recognize us. He made a point to give a farewell wave. That shows the kind of person he is. He made our tour fun and memorable.

Omar is a great tour guide. Funny, knowledgable and with a great guest rapport. Add to that a lot of “off the beaten track” visits to different and interesting neighbourhoods. Recommend!!

Omar was enthusiastic and knowledgeable about a very in-depth tour into the heart and soul of down town Atlanta, thank you!

Andy was our guide. Very knowledgeable and pleasant. It was only his second day as a guide and was phenomenal!

Terrific tour and guide! He was entertaining and easy to listen to. I would take this tour again!