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Savannah - The Old Squares of Savannah
  • Savannah - The Old Squares of Savannah

    On this historic walking tour you will hear tales of southern charm, Indian Chiefs and the big screen. You'll learn about the Native American's Tomochichi and Chekilli that helped establish Savannah. The revolutionary hero Nathanael Greene who was George Washington's right hand man. Why Savannah was Saved from the civil wary. The First Art Museum in the South and how it was built.

    You'll see the outside of the home of the Founder of the Girl Scouts. The founder of Savannah James Oglethorpe and his 4 original rules of Savannah. The First Sunday School. The Lucas Theater. The Owens Thomas House and Slave Quarters. And so much more.

    For $6.99 it's safe to say it's the best value experience you'll find in Savannah.

    The solo walking tour is between 60 and 80 minutes depending on your pace. And if you stop in at the shops along the way and take in the museums you could spend the whole day.


    You'll see the the most famous sites, the oldest squares and the secret spots.

    Johnson Square
    Reynolds Square
    Olde Pink House
    Oglethorpe Square
    James Oglethorpe
    Colombia Square
    Davenport House
    Tomochichi's Grave
    Telfair Museum
    Juliette Gordon Low House
    Jewish Memorial
    Wrights Square
    Forest Gump Bench Site

    And that's a short list of highlights.

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