Are you wondering how you can see all of the attractions in Savannah in one day? We recommend taking one of the best Savannah Trolley Tours! You’ll have a front-row seat to the spectacular architecture, lush natural beauty, and interesting historical sites in our city. These guided tours offer visitors an entertaining and informative experience at some of the most iconic landmarks in Savannah. Here are some of our favorites!
Here are Some of the Most Wonderful Savannah Trolley Tours
Old Town Trolley
The Old Town Trolley company began in Key West, Florida in the 1980s. It’s three co-founders wanted to put their passion to preserve history into a creative, educational experience. Thus, the bright orange and green buses were created. This renowned tour company can be seen in cities like Boston, St. Augustine, Nashville, and of course, Savannah. Their all-day tour showcases 15 stops throughout downtown Savannah including the Andrew Low House, Forsyth Park, and the Cathedral of St. John. You’ll get the best views of the most influential spots in our city!
Old Savannah Tours
Old Savannah Tours was created by a few artistic locals who wanted to show visitors how incredibly unique Savannah is. Each tour includes performances from local actors that bring the history of our beautiful city to life. Expect a visit from Forrest Gump, James Oglethorpe, and more!
Oglethorpe Gray Line Trolley Tours
A 90-minute tour with Oglethorpe Gray Line Trolley Tours will take you on a memorable journey. You’ll enjoy a delightful ride around Savannah’s gorgeous waterfront, historic squares, and other well-known locations. You can even follow the tour route on your smartphone.
Grave & Gravestones Frightseeing Tour
Take a hair-raising journey through Savannah on a Grave & Gravestones Frightseeing Tour! This company is the only one in the area to offer nighttime tours. You’ll be whisked away on a trolley to hunt for ghouls, ghosts, and spirits from the other side. Stops include the haunted Andrew Low House, Perkin’s & Son’s Ship Chandlery, and River Street. Some travelers have even reported seeing an apparition. Beware!
Grab your walking shoes and muster up some courage for a tour with Grave Encounters. You’ll walk through two of the most haunted buildings in Savannah: the Rum Cellar at the Pirate’s House and the Sorrel-Weed House. You may have even heard of one of these places before! The Infrared Room at the Sorrel-Weed House has so many spirits that it was featured on SyFy Channel’s Ghost Hunters. It also made the list of Top 10 Most Creepy Places in America. You’re sure to feel a shiver down your spine on one of these horrifying trips!
Relax With Us at the Presidents’ Quarters Inn
After your experience on one of the best Savannah trolley tours, head back to our bed and breakfast where the history of our city continues! You’ll love our gorgeous period rooms filled with ornate antiques and stately furnishings. Our centrally-located inn also offers easy access to many historical sites and museums if you want to venture out on your own. A delicious, complimentary breakfast will prepare you for your adventures each day. We look forward to having you!
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