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21+ Amazing Savannah Tours Actually Worth Your Time & Money

S avannah is Georgia’s oldest city — and with that distinction comes so much history, culture, beauty, and maybe even a few ghosts!

To really get an idea how wonderful and unique Savannah really is, you absolutely must take one of these Savannah tours (or two or three)! Savannah has food tours, sightseeing tours, bike tours, walking tours, Segway tours, ghost tours, city tours, and cemetery tours — just to name a few!

If you want to learn all about Savannah’s history — or maybe go on a pub crawl — this Georgia town’s got it! Here’s a list of our favorite ways to tour this historic town.

Savannah Tours Pass

Savannah has so much beauty to see, and so much history to learn about — you may not even know where to start!

Enter the Savannah Tours Pass! This pass will get you into 30+ top attractions at a great price. And you don’t have to plan — just relax, have fun, show your pass, and see everything the Savannah has to offer!

You can choose between the 1-, 2-, or 3-day pass, and it includes a mobile pass and map so you can easily get started exploring this historic city.

With the Savannah Tours Pass, you can take part in some of the city’s most popular tours including the Riverboat Cruise, the Hop On Hop Off Trolley Tour, and a Carriage Tour. Admission to local historic sites and museums is also included.

This pass is a great deal, and saves you up to 55%. You’ve got nothing to lose, except the excitement of figuring out what to do or where to go!

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Savannah Riverboat Cruise

The Savannah Sightseeing Riverboat Cruise is so unique, it gets its own section! The Savannah Riverboat Cruise offers a variety of start times and durations, so you’re sure to find one that works with your schedule, interests, and budget!

The cruise starts right on River Street, where you’ll board the riverboat. Some of the cruises are narrated, so you can learn more about Georgia’s “First City” while taking in the sights from the Savannah River.

Seating includes a climate-controlled indoor cabin, with windows all around for viewing. There are also benches on the upper decks, and an open-air patio for prime viewing.

Learn more about the city on the Sightseeing Cruise, or enjoy a Lunch, Brunch, or Dinner Cruise! Sunset and Moonlight Cruises are also available.

A cash bar is available on all cruises!

Book It: Purchase Savannah Sightseeing Riverboat Cruise Tickets Here!

Duration: 1.5 hours (approximately)

Savannah Trolley Tours

You know what’s fun about trolleys? Everything! Hop on board and learn all about what makes Savannah so beautiful.

Historic Hop On, Hop Off Trolley Tour of Savannah

The Old Savannah Tours tour company offers a Historic Hop On, Hop Off Trolley Tour and I can personally attest that it is amazing!

I’ve done this tour with my kids, and it was a blast! Once you start your trolley tour, you can hop off at any of their 15 stops at must-see Savannah locations. You can hop off at all of them, or one of them — totally up to you! Once you hop off, you can explore the location to your heart’s content, and when you’re ready to leave, another trolley will be arriving soon so you can just hop on and continue your tour.

We wrote all about this amazing tour in our article, 19+ Things To Do in Savannah Ga With Kids: Your Brilliant Guide to a Stress-Free Vacation .

Book It: Purchase Hop On, Hop Off Tour Tickets Here!

Duration: Up to 7.5 hours (but it’s up to you!)

Old Town Trolley Tours

Old Town Trolley Tours offers a 1-day Hop On, Hop Off Trolley Tour that will get you to some of Savannah’s most popular locations!

This trolley tour also features 15 stops, and you are free to hop off (and then hop back on) at any or all of them! Stops include Forsyth Park, the Juliette Gordon Lowe House, Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, City Market, River Street, and more!

Book It: Purchase Old Town Trolley Tour Tickets Here!

Duration: 1-8 hours

Hysterical History of Savannah: Trolley Comedy Tour

Take a ride on the funny side on this Hysterical History of Savannah: Trolley Comedy Tour. Spice up your trip to Savannah with this comedy show on wheels. Join your driver and your tour guide for a roast of nearly 300 years of Savannah’s history.

This enjoyable and family-friendly trolley tour takes you on a journey through historic locations, while providing plenty of hilarious anecdotes from your cheery and knowledgeable tour guide. Perfect for visitors of all ages, this tour is sure to provide an enjoyable time for everyone!

Book It: Purchase Hysterical History of Savannah Tickets Here!

Duration: 1.5 hours

Cemetery Tours

Savannah is Georgia’s oldest town, so it only makes sense it would be home to some amazingly beautiful and historic cemeteries that you’ve just got to see.

Bonaventure Cemetery Walking Tour

Join a Walking Tour of Bonaventure Cemetery, a world-famous cemetery in Savannah, Georgia. During this tour, focus on the history of the cemetery and the people buried inside. Get to know some of the most famous residents including Little Gracie, Conrad Aiken, Johnny Mercer, and more. Enjoy a walk through the cemetery, take in the hauntingly beautiful scenery, and maybe even see the occasional local wildlife. 

Book It: Bonaventure Cemetery Walking Tour!

Duration: 2 hours

Beyond Good and Evil Tour

Beyond Good and Evil Tour’s unique blend of humor, the macabre, voodoo, ghosts, local folklore, and legends has created Savannah’s most famous Ghost Tour. Explore Savannah’s most haunted locations such as Colonial Park Cemetery, Mercer-Williams House, Calhoun Square, and 432 Abercorn. Many of the locations are loosely related to the book, “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.” If you are a fan of the book and looking for a ghost tour, this is the one for you! 

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Food and Drink In Savannah Tours

The best way to really experience a new place, is to — eat the food! (And drink the drink!) Here are some wonderful food and drink tours, that will make your Savannah trip memorable.

Yes, Queen! Drag Queen Pub Crawl

Experience the fabulous side of life on this unique and outrageously fun drag queen guided pub crawl. Visit Savannah’s best nightlife, enjoy dancing and sing-a-longs, and spend the night in the company of a world-class drag queen. Check out Club One Cabaret and stay as long as you like enjoying world-class entertainment, libations, and dancing the night away. ​This tour is for anyone who wants to have an absolutely FABULOUS time! It’s time for a pub crawl to remember, are you ready to put on your party pants? Yes, Queens!!

Book It: Purchase Yes, Queen! Drag Queen Pub Crawl Tickets

Duration: 3 hours

Happy Hour Walking Tour

Explore the enchanting city of Savannah with a drink in hand during this Happy Hour Walking Tour. Let your guide tell tales about the city’s haunted past while you enjoy the very best happy hour prices in this hostess city of the south! Meet at Molly Macpherson’s and start out your happy hour of fun!  Enjoy $2 margaritas, half-price craft beer, $2.50 well drinks, half of the top shelf, $4 appletinis, and $4 cosmos! You will also get to discover why Savannah is known as the “City Built Upon the Dead”.

Book It: Purchase Happy Hour Pub Crawl Tickets

Duration: 1-2 hours

Savannah Haunted Pub Crawl

Visit some of the most historic and haunted bars in Savannah, Georgia, on this Haunted Pub Crawl, the only pub crawl in the area that focuses on the darker hauntings in the city. It is a bit of a bar hopping experience that will take you through several watering holes all while hearing spooky ghost stories along the way. 

Book It: Purchase Savannah Haunted Pub Crawl Tickets

Savannah Prohibition Experience

Savannah (along with the rest of the United States), was dry during the Prohibition in the early 20th century — and this museum is the only one of its kind in the world that’s completely dedicated to the history of it.

Learn the history behind Prohibition, and how it led to a rise in smuggling and moonshine. At this museum, costumed guides will keep visitors entertained while exploring the collection. And, of course, a speakeasy is connected, so you can enjoy a drink (for an extra fee) when you’re done!

Book It: Purchase Savannah Prohibition Experience Tickets

Duration: 1 hour

Cultural and History Savannah Tours

When you think of Savannah, you can’t help thinking about how much culture and history can be found there. It’s a history buff’s dream! These tours help show you what makes Savannah such a special place.

360° Panoramic Tour of Historic Savannah

Enjoy a 360° Panoramic Tour of Historic Savannah from the comfort of your own Mercedes Sprinter van. This is a perfect small group activity if you’re looking for something fun and historical to do.

Whether the roof is open or closed, you’ll enjoy excellent panoramic views of beautiful Savannah. So, sit back and relax as you are chauffeured about on this fully narrated historical adventure through one of the most beautiful cities in America.

Admire unobstructed views of the many steeples and towering live oaks and savor every second of the charming south at her very best and brightest. Examine city squares and mansions and hear colorful stories of what makes Savannah so special. 

Book It: Purchase Panoramic Tour of Historic Savannah Tickets

Wormsloe Historic Site & Bonaventure Cemetery Tour

Enjoy a day trip to the coastal areas of Savannah on this Wormsloe and Bonaventure Cemetery Tour. Your day begins with a tour of Bonaventure Cemetery, dating back to 1846, learning all about the lives of its notable inhabitants. Meander under moss draped oaks and along the bluff of the Wilmington River. Adventure out and explore Savannah, enjoy lunch with your group at Erica Davis Lowcountry Restaurant for fresh seafood, barbecue, and lowcountry/southern sides.

After lunch, the day continues to Wormsloe Historic Site and a drive through the picturesque Isle of Hope Historic District. Visit the Wormsloe Plantation Tabby Ruins that date back to the 18th century. Here you will enjoy a docent-led walking tour of this Georgia State Park historic site. Last but certainly not least, stop at the Famous Savannah Byrd Cookie Company for some shopping and tastings of Byrd’s famous cookies. 

Book It: Purchase Wormsloe Historic Site & Bonaventure Cemetery Tour Tickets

Duration: 6 hours

Tybee Island Tours

Just a short 30-minute drive from historic Savannah, you’ll find beautiful Tybee Island! A place you’re definitely going to want to explore.

Read More: 19+ Relaxing and Fun Things To Do in Tybee Island on Your Next Family Vacation

Tybee Island Dolphin Tour (Leaves from Savannah)

Take a few hours out of your day to enjoy this scenic Tybee Island Dolphin Tour. Travel over to Tybee Island and stroll around and have lunch at one of the many restaurants, enjoy amazing local cuisine, spectacular scenery, exotic birds, and an Alligator Pond with over a hundred reptiles to view.

Following lunch, you will board the boat for a Dolphin Cruise through Tybee Island’s-waterways in search of the ever-prevalent bottle-nose dolphin playing in their natural-habitat. Also on the cruise are views of historic Fort Pulaski, Cockspur Island Lighthouse (built in 1856) and Tybee Island Lighthouse. After the Dolphin Cruise, you will stop by the Tybee Island Lighthouse overlooking the Atlantic Ocean for a photo opportunity before returning to Savannah! Anchors aweigh, book today!

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Duration: 5 hours

Savannah Ghost Tours

Is Savannah beautiful? Definitely, yes. Is Savannah haunted? Umm…maybe?

If you’re looking for ghosts — you’ll (probably) find them here. With so much history and culture (and so much of the spooky-looking Spanish moss!), ghosts just tend to congregate in Georgia’s oldest city.

Lucky for you, Savannah has an abundance of ghost tours to choose from! Whether you’re looking for a family-friendly adventure, tours with pirates, ghost tours for teens and adults, or tours that are only for those above the age of 21 — we’ve got them!

Here’s a list of  25+ Savannah Ghost Tours  that you’re not going to want to miss, but we’ve listed some of our favorites below.

13 Ghosts Haunted Walking Tour of Savannah

If you are in search of all the things that go bump in the night, then you have found the right tour for you. Meet in the Historic District for this 13 Ghosts Haunted Walking Tour of Savannah and learn all about the things nightmares are made of. Join like-minded paranormal research enthusiasts on this tour that discovers the under belly of occult history in Savannah and explores the metaphysical with a paranormal sensitive guide. Come along on a tour where you never know what will happen.

Book It: Purchase 13 Ghosts Haunted Walking Tour of Savannah Tickets

The Dead of Night Ghost Tour

Join your guide on Savannah’s newest and darkest Ghost Tour! If you are searching for a thrill night filled with the dark hauntings, demons, possession, and murders, this is the tour you want, The Dead of Night Tour focuses on the scariest hauntings and most aggressive ghosts that have plagued Savannah’s Historic District for years. Visit Colonial Park Cemetery, Wright Square, hear the story of Wally, and much more. 

Book It: Purchase The Dead of Night Ghost Tour Tickets

Savannah Ghosts and Gravestones Trolley Tour

Take a thrilling journey to the darker side of Savannah with this Ghosts and Gravestones Trolley Tour. Chilling history will be brought back to life as you visit ancient cemeteries and historic battlegrounds, as well as notoriously haunted sites. Dare to enter 2 infamously haunted venues to explore their shadows for yourself. This spooky experience presents Savannah’s dark history with a side of theatrics and humor.

Book It: Purchase Savannah Ghosts and Gravestones Trolley Tour Tickets

Duration: 75 minutes

Savannah Underground: An Immersive Ghost Hunt

This isn’t your average ghost tour! Prepare to do something you’ve likely never experienced before! Begin by diving into Savannah’s dark past with the area’s only immersive trolley tour, which doubles as a ghost hunting bootcamp where you’ll learn skills and information that you can take back home and use to find ghosts anywhere in the world. Once completing your ghost hunting training session, you’ll hop off the trolley and into the exclusive “The Savannah Underground”, a forty-minute immersive adventure that surrounds you with some of Savannah’s scariest history. Called a theatrical whirlwind of scary fun, don’t miss out, book your spot today!

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Savannah Tours FAQ

How much does it cost to ride a trolley in savannah.

Trolley tour costs vary depending on what type you’re looking for. Both Old Savannah Tours and Old Town Trolley Tours offer hop on, hop off trolley tours of Savannah, and the costs range from $40.52 and up (Old Savannah Tours) to $50 and up (Old Town Trolley Tours).

How long is a trolley tour?

Both the Old Town Trolley Tour and the Old Savannah Tours hop on, hop off option take 90 minutes to make the complete loop, however, you may choose to hop on, and hop off at various locations, which will increase the time.

When is the best time to visit Savannah?

We think anytime is a good time to visit Savannah, but generally speaking, spring and summer are great times to visit this coastal Georgia city. You’ll find great weather and plenty of things to do in from March-July, as well as lots of special events.

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Introducing the Old Town Trolley Hometown Pass Program. Residents of Savannah can take advantage of our tour for FREE when accompanied by an paying adult guest.* It’s free to join and easy to use. 

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  • Ghost Hunters of Savannah Paranormal Investigation
Sign up today and rediscover the magic of Savannah with the Old Town Trolley Hometown Pass.

*Hometown pass holder can be an adult or child (ages 4-12) who resides in eligible areas of Historic Tours of America tours and attractions. Each Hometown pass holder rides free when accompanied by a guest who has purchased A FULL FARE adult ticket. Accompanying adult guest ticket must be purchased at a Historic Tours of America tour or attraction ticket booth or by calling 855-245-8992. Tickets may not be purchased online and may not be purchased using any discounts or coupons. Hometown Pass is not valid for packages. Savannah: All residents of Bryan, Effingham, Liberty & Chatham counties in Georgia and Jasper County in South Carolina. A Valid driver’s license, government issued ID or voter’s registration must be shown at the depot in conjunction with the Hometown Pass for all pass holders over the age of 15. Sorry, we cannot accept utility bills. Hometown passes are only valid in YOUR hometown and are not transferable to other cities.

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Savannah is one of the oldest cities in Georgia, and there are a lot of historic locations here that are reportedly haunted. If you’re interested in learning more about the spookiest sites in this city, consider one of the ghost tours covered in this post. Walking Ghost Tours The best way to experience Savannah's ghostly […]

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Pro tips for visiting st. augustine.

Pro Tip #1: Hop On Hop Off Trolleys

  • If you plan on riding the Hop On Hop Off Trolley you can park for free at the Trolley bus station. If staying in the historic district they will also provide hotel pick-up (call them to schedule). 
  • If you want to ride the Hop On Hop Off Trolley for more than 1-day, you can use an additional Featured Tour or we recommend upgrading your 1-day ticket to multiple days when you get there. You’ll have to pay out-of-pocket to upgrade.

Pro Tip #2: Use Maps on Mobile Pass

  • Utilize the maps on the Mobile Pass you’ll receive after purchasing Tour Pass (interactive maps, attraction map, Trolley map and parking garage & restroom map). You can use the Mobile Pass for planning to see what’s near attractions of interest.

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  • Choose a total of 2 Featured Tours + Visit as Many Standard Attractions as You Wish for 1-Day.
  • The selections below are an example. You can choose whatever you want from the available tours.

Price w/o Tour Pass

Hop On Hop Off Trolley Tour (Featured Tour #1)

Sunset Boat Tour (Featured Tour #2)

MarineLand General Admission (Standard Attraction)

Old Jail Museum Tour (Standard Attraction)

Colonial Experience Tour (Standard Attraction)

Spanish Military Museum (Standard Attraction)

  • 1-Day w/o Tour Pass $157.69
  • 1-Day Tour Pass Price – $110

1-Day per Person Savings = $47.69

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Day #2 Example Itinerary

  • Choose a total of 3 Featured Tours + Visit as Many Standard Attractions as You Wish for 2-Days.

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Paranormal Fort Walking Tour (Featured Tour #3)

Oldest Museum Store Experience (Standard Attraction)

Potter’s Wax Museum (Standard Attraction)

Villla Zorayda Museum (Standard Attraction)

St. Aug History Museum (Standard Attraction)

Includes tour cost from day #1 + day #2

  • 2-Day Tour Pass Price – $159

2-Day per Person Savings = $90.69

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Day #3 Example Itinerary

  • Choose a total of 4 Featured Tours + Visit as Many Standard Attractions as You Wish for 3-Days.

Ticket Price w/o Tour Pass

(Includes Tours from Day 1 + Day 2)

Ghost & Gravestones Trolley Tour (Featured Tour #4)

Classic Car Museum (Standard Attraction)

Ximenez-Fatio House Museum (Standard Attraction)

Oldest House Museum Complex (Standard Attraction)

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  • 3-Day Tour Pass Price – $191

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Pro tips for visiting savannah.

  • If you plan on riding the Hop On Hop Off Trolley, ride it for 1-day to get familiarized with Savannah, then ride the free DOT Hop On Hop Off Trolley for additional days.
  • If you want to ride the narrated or paid Hop On Hop Off Trolley for more than 1-day, you can upgrade your 1-day ticket to multiple days when you get there. You’ll have to pay out-of-pocket to upgrade.
  • Park at the Visitor Center: 301 Martin Luther King Blvd.
  • Trolley maps are also available on the Mobile Pass.

Savannah Theatre Show Admission (Featured Tour #1)

Hop On Hop Off Trolley (1-day) (Featured Tour #2)

Owens Thomas House & Slave Quarters (Standard Attraction)

Prohibition Museum (Standard Attraction)

Georgia Railroad Museum (Standard Attraction)

  • 1-Day w/o Tour Pass $157.68
  • 1-Day Tour Pass Price – $119

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Riverboat Cruise (Featured Tour #3)

Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace House (Standard Attraction)

Harper Fowlkes House Tour (Standard Attraction)

Savannah History Museum (Standard Attraction)

Davenport House Museum (Standard Attraction)

  • 2-Day Tour Pass Price – $168

2-Day per Person Savings = $83.40

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Guided Bicycle Historical Tour (Featured Tour #4)

Telfair Academy House Tour (Standard Attraction)

Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum (Standard Attraction)

Old Fort Jackson (Standard Attraction)

Green Meldrim House Tour (Standard Attraction)

Andrew Low House Museum (Standard Attraction)

  • 3-Day Tour Pass Price – $218

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Pro tips for visiting charleston.

  • Pro Tip #1: Charleston has a free trolley (DASH) that you can ride for downtown transportation. There are 3 routes. All routes intersect at the Visitor’s Center (375 Meeting Street). To switch buses, get off at the Visitor Center and wait for the appropriate bus. We recommend parking here if you intend on riding the trolley.
  • Pro Tip #2: Utilize the maps on the Mobile Pass you’ll receive after purchasing Tour Pass (interactive maps, attraction map, Trolley map and parking garage & restroom map). You can use the Mobile Pass for planning to see what’s near attractions of interest.

Carriage Tour Daytime or Haunted (Featured Tour #1)

Schooner Pride Afternoon Sail (Featured Tour #2)

Gibbes Museum of Art (Standard Attraction)

Aiken Rhett House Tour (Standard Attraction)

Charleston Fun Park Voucher (Standard Attraction)

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  • 1-Day Tour Pass Price – $111

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Charleston Harbor Tour (Featured Tour #3)

McLeod Plantation Tour (Standard Attraction)

Charles Towne Landing (Standard Attraction)

Hunley Submarine Tour (Standard Attraction)

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History or Ghost Walking Tour (Featured Tour #4)

Nathaniel Russell House Tour (Standard Attraction)

Old Exchange & Provost Dungeon (Standard Attraction)

Heyward Washington House Tour (Standard Attraction)

  • 3-Day Tour Pass Price – $204

3-Day per Person Savings = $127

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  • Historic Overview Tour and Riverboat Cruise
  • Option 1 215 W Boundary St, Savannah, GA 31401, USA Meeting Point for the Historic Trolley Tour
  • Option 2 9 E River St, Savannah, GA 31412, USA Meeting Point for Riverboat Cruise
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Near public transportation
  • Infants must sit on laps
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 100 travelers
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  • Franklin Square
  • Reynolds Square
  • The Pirates' House
  • Telfair Academy

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  • Pass by Chippewa Square The Old Sorrel Weed House Museum & Tours Forsyth Park Massie Heritage Center Cathedral of St. John the Baptist The Pirates' House Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters Telfair Academy Reynolds Square Historic River Street Savannah City Hall Franklin Square Savannah River
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  • Jaishree F 0 contributions 3.0 of 5 bubbles Not sure how historical it was, but a nice tour if you’re not up to walking everywhere. The ride was a little long and I would recommend that this company simply remove areas from the route if they are currently under construction. Our guide was pleasant enough. The information truly glazed over some of Savannah’s darker history and I think it’s better to own it than ignore or try to beautify slavery. For example, complimenting slaves on the hand-made brick production while not acknowledging that they made them against their will after also being bought to Savannah against their will. Read more Written April 17, 2024
  • janet c 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Hop on hop off tour Uncle komedy was our driver and tour guide. He was the best!! Very friendly, gave lots of historical information. Would recommend this tour to an6one going to savannah. Read more Written April 17, 2024
  • johnsX9445GQ 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Awesome and Entertaining Tour We had a great driver and tour guide by the name of Mr. Komedy. He was knowledgeable and shared lots of stories about the Old Historic District of Savannah. On top of that he was very funny. My wife and I really enjoyed this tour. Thanks for great work. We definitely got our money worth. We would recommend Mr. Komedy because you will learn but also be entertained. Read more Written April 16, 2024
  • 195carolynm 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Great narrative! Angela was great. She covered everything and more. I would suggest going around twice to comprehend it all. Also, like the open windows, but hard to see the things above. Read more Written April 16, 2024
  • Robert O 0 contributions 1.0 of 5 bubbles Disappointing tour. Tour guide was terrible, crude and a know-it-all and did not encourage questions. What do I care that he had a crush on Burt Reynolds’ wife. Read more Written April 16, 2024
  • MIcheleDes 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Excellent facts & stories with lots of laughs! Big E was the best!! Great stories and information about Savannah. I loved our experience and would definitely come back and do it again. Read more Written April 15, 2024
  • JulietandDavid 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Excellent tour Very good tour, we did it twice, once without going off (kids loved it, no walking and some characteres interaction on some stops), and then once when we stopped maybe 4 times at different places we wanted to see. Well worth arriving early to do it teice. Only minus is the waiting at the start for the bus to be full and ready to go Read more Written April 14, 2024
  • jamesh900_12 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Very entertaining We had Big E as our tour guide. He know everything about Savannah he’s also a comedian. He grew up in town and knew everything and everyone. If you can get on his bus do it. We were going to get on and off but stayed almost to the end because he was so energetic and entertaining Read more Written April 14, 2024
  • kjake29 0 contributions 1.0 of 5 bubbles Hard pass Did the ghost tour. So bad I don't even know what to say. Our guide kept forgetting names of buildings. On the plus side, she used a mic so you could hear- some stories were interesting but it was a bit disjointed. The characters that got on to act out/tell "scary stories" were embarrassingly bad-- on the plus side, they didn't use the mic so you mostly couldn't hear them cause of that or cause their dramatic exaggerated accent was so difficult to understand. Do not recommend . There's gotta be (?) better bus ghost tours- but I'd think I'll do a walking ghost tour if I do another one . Read more Written April 13, 2024
  • 434maureenf 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Mr. Komedy Mr. Komedy was the BEST tour guide ever!!! He recommended we do the full tour first and the take advantage of the "hop on/hop off" tour. It was perfect. He gave us a fabulous base from which to decide where and when we wanted to go. Additionally, we liked the extra tid bits of things like the Lincoln portrait on the penny was based on an iron gate picture on a fence outside of an historic home. And the run down of Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. Anyway - Mr. KOMEDY is the best!!!! Read more Written April 13, 2024
  • Amber R 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Nelvis Rocks Nelvis was our guide and he was amazing! We had a blast learning the spooky history and dinner at the pirate house was very good. Read more Written April 13, 2024
  • I3225PMgaryn 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Can we do this again and again and again!? Amazing! This was, by far, the best Savannah experience we have had! "Nelvis", our ghost tour guide/host is a consummate story teller. The adventure came to life, pardon the pun, thanks to him and his entertaining and engaging connection with Savannah's history. While we were in a bus filled with other guests, his rapport made us feel we were having a personal, one-on-one tour. Can't wait to take our other family members, and all the friends we can, on this tour again. Thank you! Read more Written April 12, 2024
  • 641randals 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Awesome tour! Tour was wonderful. “Big E”, our guide was so knowledgeable and entertaining. He gave so much interesting information about the city as we rode around. He was very funny and passionate about his ciry you could tell - he was born and raised in Savannah and knew his stuff! Read more Written April 11, 2024
  • 755mendyt 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Old Savannah Trolley Tours great experience Big E was a fantastic tour guide! Very knowledgeable and entertaining! He was very enthusiastic and I enjoyed the time we were on the trolley Read more Written April 11, 2024
  • April H 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Girls Trip 2024 We are on a girls trip and had a wonderful time!! Big E was our guide and he made it an experience to remember!! His knowledge and helpful information was so helpful!!! Read more Written April 11, 2024

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Florida news | you’ll have to wait 21 years for a total solar eclipse to hit florida. what to know..

This map for years 2041-2060 shows paths of total lunar eclipses in blue and annular solar eclipses in red, when the moon is farther away from the Earth and does not totally cover the sun. The next total solar eclipse to cross the bulk of the U.S. won't occur for 21 years, in 2045, but the umbra will pass directly over South Florida. (Courtesy Fred Espenak, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, from eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov.)

Monday’s total lunar eclipse will cut across the continental U.S. but leave Florida in the penumbra, where the moon will only cover part of the sun. We’ll have to wait two decades before a total solar eclipse hits our region.

Though there’s a total solar eclipse that will briefly hit North Dakota and Montana in 2044, the next one to travel across the bulk of the continental U.S. won’t happen until Aug. 12, 2045.

Florida is in the perfect location. The umbra, or darkest and most dramatic inner shadow of the moon, will pass directly over South Florida. Viewers will be able to experience “totality,” or the moon completely blocking the sun.

The 2045 eclipse will first pass over northern California, then arc gradually south and east to cross Colorado, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida and the Caribbean before swooping along South America’s Atlantic coast.

The blue lines on this map indicate the path of the August 12, 2045 total solar eclipse. The umbra of the eclipse will pass directly over South Florida at around 1:30 p.m. (Courtesy Fred Espenak, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, from eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov.)

Florida cities within the umbra include Orlando, Tampa Bay, Fort Pierce, West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale and Miami. You can view NASA’s animated map of the path of the 2045 total solar eclipse here .

There will be a number of annular eclipses , where the moon is farther away from the Earth and therefore appears smaller and does not entirely block out the sun.

Annular eclipses can be quite dramatic as well, with the black moon appearing with a bright ring around it, but none will affect South Florida before the big total solar eclipse in 2045.

Glemilsa Albornoz of Fort Lauderdale, watches the solar eclipse at the Museum of Discovery and Science in Fort Lauderdale on Monday April 8, 2024. (Carline Jean/South Florida Sun Sentinel)

Glemilsa Albornoz of Fort Lauderdale, watches the solar eclipse at the Museum of Discovery and Science in Fort Lauderdale on Monday April 8, 2024. (Carline Jean/South Florida Sun Sentinel)

Maji’ku Gomes, 6, of Lauderhill, watches the solar eclipse at...

Maji’ku Gomes, 6, of Lauderhill, watches the solar eclipse at the Museum of Discovery and Science in Fort Lauderdale on Monday April 8, 2024. (Carline Jean/South Florida Sun Sentinel)

A solar eclipse is seen from the balcony of the...

A solar eclipse is seen from the balcony of the Museum of Discovery and Science in Fort Lauderdale on Monday April 8, 2024. (Carline Jean/South Florida Sun Sentinel)

Marcia Schwartz, of Boca Raton, adjusts her solar eclipse glasses...

Marcia Schwartz, of Boca Raton, adjusts her solar eclipse glasses during the “Solar Eclipse Community Viewing: Sidewalk Astronomy” event hosted by Florida Atlantic University’s Charles E. Schmidt College of Science and its astronomical observatory on the FAU campus on Monday, April 8, 2024. (Amy Beth Bennett / South Florida Sun Sentinel)

Eliza Graffin, 4, and her mom, Alisha Shannon, of Boca...

Eliza Graffin, 4, and her mom, Alisha Shannon, of Boca Raton, use homemade solar eclipse viewers made from cereal boxes during the “Solar Eclipse Community Viewing: Sidewalk Astronomy” event hosted by Florida Atlantic University’s Charles E. Schmidt College of Science and its astronomical observatory on the FAU campus on Monday, April 8, 2024. (Amy Beth Bennett / South Florida Sun Sentinel)

Ninth-grade biology students from Sheridan Hills Christian School in Hollywood,...

Ninth-grade biology students from Sheridan Hills Christian School in Hollywood, watch the solar eclipse at the Museum of Discovery and Science in Fort Lauderdale on Monday April 8, 2024. (Carline Jean/South Florida Sun Sentinel)

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A view of the solar eclipse from Fort Lauderdale, FL at 3:10 p.m. as the moon begins to pass in front of the sun on Monday, April 8, 2024. (Scott Luxor/Contributor)

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Britney Borish, a sophomore film major, looks for magnetically driven hurricanes on the sun using a Hydrogen Alpha telescope during the “Solar Eclipse Community Viewing: Sidewalk Astronomy” event hosted by Florida Atlantic University’s Charles E. Schmidt College of Science and its astronomical observatory on the FAU campus on Monday, April 8, 2024. (Amy Beth Bennett / South Florida Sun Sentinel)

People watch the solar eclipse at the Museum of Discovery...

People watch the solar eclipse at the Museum of Discovery and Science in Fort Lauderdale on Monday April 8, 2024. (Carline Jean/South Florida Sun Sentinel)

Renee Gomes of Lauderhill, watches the solar eclipse at the...

Renee Gomes of Lauderhill, watches the solar eclipse at the Museum of Discovery and Science in Fort Lauderdale on Monday April 8, 2024. (Carline Jean/South Florida Sun Sentinel)

People in line wait to use a telescope to view...

People in line wait to use a telescope to view the solar eclipse at the Museum of Discovery and Science in Fort Lauderdale on Monday April 8, 2024. (Carline Jean/South Florida Sun Sentinel)

A view of the solar eclipse from Fort Lauderdale, FL...

A view of the solar eclipse from Fort Lauderdale, FL at 2:40 p.m. as the moon begins to pass in front of the sun on Monday, April 8, 2024. (Scott Luxor/Contributor)

Shanice Torres of Fort Lauderdale, uses a telescope to watch...

Shanice Torres of Fort Lauderdale, uses a telescope to watch the solar eclipse at The Museum of Discovery and Science in Fort Lauderdale on Monday April 8, 2024. (Carline Jean/South Florida Sun Sentinel)

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A view of the solar eclipse from Fort Lauderdale, FL as the moon begins to pass in front of the sun on Monday, April 8, 2024. (Scott Luxor/Contributor)

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People waiting to watch the solar eclipse at the Museum of Discovery and Science in Fort Lauderdale on Monday April 8, 2024. (Carline Jean/South Florida Sun Sentinel)

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Maria Hellwig of Pembroke Pines watches the solar eclipse at the Museum of Discovery and Science in Fort Lauderdale on Monday April 8, 2024. (Carline Jean/South Florida Sun Sentinel)

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A sign directing people where to watch the solar eclipse...

A sign directing people where to watch the solar eclipse at the Museum of Discovery and Science in Fort Lauderdale on Monday April 8, 2024. (Carline Jean/South Florida Sun Sentinel)

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