Savannah Hop-On Hop-Off Trolley Tour

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Discover Savannah on the Old Town Trolley City Tour. This hop-on hop off tour includes over 100 points of interest and includes 15 stops to enjoy shopping, exploring and dining. . Old Town Trolley Tours will be temporarily limiting seating to allow riders to maintain social distancing. Some sites included on the tour are the Davenport House, Forsyth Park, Colonial Park Cemetery, World famous River Street, City Market, Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace, Mercer House, Broughton Street, Andrew Low House, Telfair Museum, The Waving Girl and much, much more.

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: Savannah Visitors Center

Tourist information center

Duration: 20 minutes

Pass By: Juliette Gordon Low's Birthplace

Juliette Gordon Low Historic District consists of three buildings—the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace also known as "Wayne-Gordon House", First Girl Scout Headquarters which was the carriage house for the Andrew Low House, converted for use by the Girl Scouts in May–June 1912, and the Andrew Low House, is a site in Savannah, Georgia significant for its association with Juliette Gordon Low and the founding of the Girl Scouts of the USA.

Pass By: Mercer Williams House Museum

Mercer House, now called the Mercer Williams House Museum, is located at 429 Bull Street in Savannah, Georgia.[3] Completed in 1868, it stands at the southwestern corner of Monterey Square. The house was the scene of the 1981 shooting death of Danny Hansford by the home's owner Jim Williams, a story that is retold in the 1994 John Berendt book Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.

Stop At: Forsyth Park

Forsyth Park is a large city park that occupies 30 acres in the historic district of Savannah, Georgia. Known for it's famous beautiful Forsyth Fountain.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Massie Heritage Center

Kid-friendly exhibits highlighting Savannah's architecture, public education system & culture.

Duration: 45 minutes

Pass By: Colonial Park Cemetery

Colonial Park Cemetery is a historic cemetery located in downtown Savannah, Georgia. It became a city park in 1896, 43 years after burials in the cemetery ceased. The cemetery was established in 1750, when Savannah was the capital of the British Province of Georgia, last of the Thirteen Colonies.

Stop At: Columbia Square

Bordered by historic homes, this compact green space has a central fountain & mature live oak trees.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Cathedral of St. John the Baptist

The Cathedral Basilica of St. John the Baptist is a Roman Catholic cathedral and minor basilica on Lafayette Square. It is the Mother Church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Savannah.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: City Market

Four block open-air market since the 1700s with shopping, dining & artworks in restored warehouses. (30 minute stop)

Duration: 30 minutes

Pass By: The Waving Girl Statue

Florence Martus (1868-1943) is remembered by this statue showing her greeting ships as they came in and waving to them.

Stop At: Madison Square

Charming plaza with nearby historic homes & a monument to Revolutionary War Sgt. William Jasper.

Duration: 15 minutes

Pass By: Davenport House Museum

The Isaiah Davenport house is a historic home in Savannah, Georgia, United States, built in 1820. It has been operated as a historic house museum by the Historic Savannah Foundation since 1963. The house is located at 324 East State Street, on the northwest corner of Columbia Square.

Stop At: River Street Market Place

Trendy covered marketplace with a variety of cafes/bars & kiosks selling gifts, candy, jewelry & more. (20 minute stop)

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Ellis Square

Urban square with fountains of shooting water for kids, picnic tables & a life-sized chess set.

Duration: 20 minutes

Pass By: Telfair Museums Jepson Center

Telfair Museums, in the historic district of Savannah, Georgia, was the first public art museum in the Southern United States.

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Juliette Gordon Low Historic District consists of three buildings—the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace also known as "Wayne-Gordon House", First Girl Scout Headquarters which was the carriage house for the Andrew Low House, converted for use by the Girl Scouts in May–June 1912, and the Andrew Low House, is a site in Savannah, Georgia significant for its association with Juliette Gordon Low and the founding of the Girl Scouts of the USA.

Stop At: Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum

Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum features nine galleries of ship models, maritime paintings, and artifacts. The vast majority of ship models were commissioned by the Museum to interpret Savannah's rich maritime history. The museum is housed within a National Historic Landmark built in 1819 for William Scarbrough, the principal owner of the Steamship Savannah (the first steamship to cross the Atlantic Ocean).

Duration: 1 hour