Explore Savannah Sightseeing Trolley Tour with Bonus Unlimited Shuttle Service

5 Ratings
  • E-Ticket
  • Instant Confirmation
  • Group Tour
  • Pickup Service
  • Live Guide
  • 1.5 hr

Explore Savannah on this 90-minute narrated sightseeing Trolley Tour. Savannah is a fascinating story with a beginning, middle and end. Our uninterrupted, fully narrated, unscripted and engaging 90-minute tour allows us to tell you all about Georgia’s first city in our open-air trolleys! Admire the architecture of our historic buildings and churches while enjoying views of beautiful squares, monuments and moss draped live oaks. You will hear details of the Historic, Victorian, Colonial and Star land areas of Savannah. After completion of your introduction to our beautiful city, hop aboard one of our trolley shuttles for unlimited drop-offs and pick-ups at our convenient trolley stops. No need to sit through another tour to get to where you want to further explore our wonderful city. These shuttles allow for point to point service for you to visit your favorite areas in more depth. BONUS: This service runs until 5pm and is also included for FREE on your 2nd day.

Itinerary Details

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Pass By: Cathedral of St. John the Baptist

Our knowledgeable guides will take you throughout the historic district and point our many famous monuments, homes, buildings, and squares.

Pass By: Forsyth Park

it is the pinnacle of Savannah beauty! Stroll through 30 acres of live oak trees, and lush azaleas while admiring ornate Victorian mansions.

Pass By: Historic River Street

River street is paved with 200 year old ballast-stones originally used to weigh down cotton ships, this riverfront street is littered with local restaurants and boutiques as well as historical monuments.

Pass By: Savannah Historic District

Savannah’s Historic District encompasses more than 20 city squares laid out in a distinctive grid pattern by General James E. Oglethorpe, founder of the British Colony of Georgia in 1733

Pass By: Chippewa Square

Chippewa Square is named for an event on the northern border with Canada. In the Battle of Chippewa, in 1814, American forces emerged victorious over the British near Niagara Falls, and when Chippewa Square was built in 1815.

Pass By:

Historic home located on Lafayette Square

Pass By: City Market

A commercial and social center of historic downtown Savannah, Georgia.