Trivia Tour

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Trivia Tour offers Small group sizes. Never more than 15 in a group with an average of 10. Trivia Tour is an hour and a half walking tour which covers approximately 1.5 miles at a gentle walking pace with plenty of opportunities to sit on a park bench, take pictures, and explore Savannah. Trivia Tour engages participants through exciting trivia questions about the city of Savannah's: history, haunting's, economic development, movie scenes, famous Savannians, and geography. Trivia questions and answers will be given throughout the tour and concludes with a bonus round at the end of the tour. Just like in the classroom, a prize will be given to the contestant with the most points. Play with your friends as a team against others on the tour or play as an individual against your friends. Trivia Tour engages students/tourists with fun questions and student engagement. You may be the class clown or the teachers pet!  Storytelling is an old Irish gift.

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Pass By: Wright Square

A dream square with movies filmed here and history all around. Enjoy learning why this square is so haunted.

Pass By:

See Tomochichi's rock and hear about his significance in helping the early colonists.

Pass By: Juliette Gordon Low's Birthplace

See the beautiful home wh ere the founder of The Girl Scouts was born. Find out what other famous Savannahian lived in the home.

Pass By: Cathedral of St. John the Baptist

view the beautifull Cathedral.

Pass By: Mercer Williams House Museum

See the house where the famous Jim Williams lived and the murder took place. Yes, the Williams home from the book and movie "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil"

Pass By: Green-Meldrim House

See the Beautiful home where Sherman and his men stayed.

Pass By: Mickve Israel Temple

See the third oldest Jewish temple in the United States

Pass By: Flannery O'Connor Childhood Home

See how close this famous author lived to the historic Catholic Cathedral

Pass By: Hamilton-Turner House

See the first home in Savannah with Electirc lights