Savannah: History and Southern Hospitality Homes Walk

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Savannah: History and Southern Hospitality Homes Walk

From $30 per person

Savannah's famous hospitality and architecture have charmed visitors for a couple of hundred years. Come and tour the stately mansions and famous houses on which that reputation was built, and learn the history that accompanies them.

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Highlights
  • Spend time in one of the stately, historic mansions that gave birth to Southern hospitality
  • Transport yourself to world of gentility and leisure charm
  • Explore 200 years of exemplary architecture
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The image of genteel Southern culture may or may not have been born in Savannah, but it surely lives on in this aristocratic city. This enchanting walk through the heart of the Historic District takes you inside one of Savannah's many beautiful historic homes, and focuses on the rich architectural heritage of the city's domestic dwellings. One place you'll see on this tour is the Owens-Thomas House, widely regarded as the premier example of regency architecture in the United States. You'll also see the Green Meldrim House, where General William T. Sherman was a "guest" during the Civil War. Other house highlights include discussions on the development of domestic dwellings in Savannah over two centuries. The tour includes admission to the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace, consecrated as Savannah's first National Historic Landmark to honor the founder of the Girl Scouts.
Includes
  • Knowledgeable guide
  • Entrance to Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace
  • Transportation
  • Gratuities

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    Warren Square between Congress Street and Habersham Street.

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    • Please wear comfortable walking shoes and dress for the weather
    • Walks will depart in light rain, so please bring an umbrella or rain coat if the weather looks questionable
    • During the summer, please be mindful of the Southern heat and humidity, and bring water along
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    3.8 / 5

    based on 6 reviews

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    Informative and entertaining, looking forward to my next visit

    March 31, 2019

    Interesting and well guided

    After a disappointing start - Get Your Guide has not updated meeting point in over a year (so we waited 20 min in wrong place) our tour was worth the mistake. Really enjoyed the history!

    December 6, 2018

    Disappointed

    Meeting point was wrong, luckily we found another guide who advised us where the new spot was. The home tour was incorrect, we were to see the Lowe home, guide sent us to Davenport home, never went by the Lowe home. We had already toured the Davenport the day before, very disappointed

    October 14, 2017

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    Product ID: 18702