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Day #1 Example Itinerary

  • 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

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1-Day per Person Savings = $35

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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.
  • The selections below are an example. You can choose whatever you want from the available tours.

Price w/o Tour Pass

Totals

2-Day per Person Savings = $80.50

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  • 100% full admission to the top tours and attractions.
  • Over 30 attractions to choose from (view included tours below).
  • Same tour…same experience as if buying direct from the tour company.
  • Easily make reservations for tours in advance after purchase with the Mobile Pass you’ll receive.
  • Skip the ticket lines access. Just present your Mobile Pass!
  • There are 2 categories of tours, Featured and Standard:
    • Featured: The number of feature tour reservations per person is determined by the number of day pass you purchase (1 day – 3 days).
      • Number allowed is in total…not per day. (For example: 3-Day Pass choose a total of 4 featured…not 4 per day)
    • Standard: Visit as many as you wish (no limit) for the number of day pass you purchase (1 day – 3 days).
    • See chart below.

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  • Within seconds after purchase you’ll receive the Mobile Pass which helps you organize, plan and make reservations before you arrive.
  • It’s best to make reservations as early as possible to secure the most desirable tour times which can fill up fast. Instantly after purchase you can make tour reservations for when you’re visiting.
  • View tour availabilities before purchasing a pass. Visit this page and search the dates you’ll be visiting: Featured Tour Availability Search
  • Only certain Featured Tours require reservations. Standard attractions do not require reservations. Just show your pass for entry!
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  • You can save 40% or more off of retail ticket prices by visiting a reasonable number of tours.
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Break-even by visiting just 2 attractions per day.
  • The more you do the more you save.
  •  It’s easy to visit more since Charleston attractions are close to each other.

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Stress-Free Touring
  • Everything is paid for with Tour Pass. Don’t worry about what an attraction costs to visit..just go and have fun. 
  • No research needed. Only the top tours are allowed on Tour Pass.
  • Stay organized with the Mobile Pass you’ll receive where you can make reservations, includes maps and detailed info.

Visiting Savannah Soon?

Tour times can fill up fast. With Tour Pass you can make tour reservations now for when you’re visiting. 

Featured Attractions

Most featured require advance reservations and limited by pass duration purchased

Featured Attractions are more expensive.

  • Reservations are typically required which are easily made with the Mobile Pass you’ll receive after purchase.
  • Transportation to attractions is not provided unless you choose the Hop On/Off Trolley as a Featured selection.
  • The number of featured tour reservations per person is determined by the number of day pass purchased 

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Your voyage will take you throughout the Savannah historic district, focusing on some of the most haunted sites, eerie legends and frightening residents. Your Ghost Host will entertain you with their expert storytelling and knowledge of all things “shadowy and sinister.” One never knows what one might encounter when you “cross-over” aboard Ghosts & Gravestones.

What You’ll Experience

  • Hear all about Savannah’s darker side!
  • Hear Tales No Other Tours Tell as Shadows Play Tricks on Your Mind
  • EXCLUSIVE night-time entry into 2 of Savannah’s Most Haunted Venues
  • FIRST is a stop at the Andrew Low House
  • THEN on to the Perkin’s & Son’s Ship Chandlery
  • Travel Past Ancient Cemeteries, Antebellum Mansions & Squares
  • Drive by the Sites of Some of the Bloodiest Battlegrounds in History
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Travel past ancient cemeteries, (those still standing and those that have fallen victim to the passage of time and progress), antebellum mansions, and lush squares ripe with live oaks dripping with Spanish moss. Drive by the sites of some of the bloodiest battlegrounds in history, where you may hear echoes of battles and the spirits that remain.

This tour is rated PG-13. No children under 6 allowed. An adult must accompany anyone under the age of 12.

Comfortable shoes are recommended so that you don’t become dead on your feet during the brief walking portions.

Featured Attractions:
  • Number of Featured allowed is determined by pass duration purchased more info
  • Reservations are typically required for Featured Attractions.
  • You can make reservations  in advance of arriving which are easily made from within the Mobile Pass you’ll receive after purchase.
  • View tour availability before purchasing TourPass

Standard Attractions:
  • No reservation is required, just show up and present your Mobile Pass for entry.
  • Visit as many as you wish 1x.
Transportation to attractions is not provided. In the Historic District you can use the Trolley.
$36 per Child without Tour Pass. (Pay $0 at the gate! Tour Pass includes full admission)

Tour Highlights:

  • See the houses of the South’s most prominent generals
  • Learn Savannah’s role in the War
  • Hear about military strategies

It’s a march through Civil War era Savannah. Hear the strategies of the blue and the gray. See civil war era Savannah, and the houses and buildings involved in the great war between the states.

“…I beg to present to you as a Christmas Gift, the City of Savannah with 150 heavy guns and plenty of ammunition and also about 25,000 bails of cotton…”

So reads Union General William T. Sherman’s telegram to President Lincoln on Dec. 22, 1864 after the occupation of Savannah, ending his army’s infamous “march to the sea.”

For Savannah, the Civil War began in January of 1860 with the seizing of Ft. Pulaski by Georgian troops, preceding the bombardment of Ft. Sumter in Charleston by some three months before the “official” start of the war.

It is the story of the Civil War, pitting brother against brother, which has intrigued Americans since its inception. You’ll hear about military strategies of both sides and learn how Savannahians endured the hardships of the war. A tour for the amateur and buff alike, the Civil War Walk is an intriguing tour through the historic district.

Come tour the Civil War Walk. Make a reservation and experience what Savannah was like during the war.

Featured Attractions:
  • Number of Featured allowed is determined by pass duration purchased more info
  • Reservations are typically required for Featured Attractions.
  • You can make reservations  in advance of arriving which are easily made from within the Mobile Pass you’ll receive after purchase.
  • View tour availability before purchasing TourPass

Standard Attractions:
  • No reservation is required, just show up and present your Mobile Pass for entry.
  • Visit as many as you wish 1x.
Transportation to attractions is not provided. In the Historic District you can use the Trolley.
$10 per Child without Tour Pass. (Pay $0 at the gate! Tour Pass includes full admission)

Due to hot weather concerns, it’s best to schedule your tour before 11 am in the summer. Tour can be cancelled if over 90 degrees.

Our Pubic History Tours cover approximately 8 of Savannah’s beautiful squares and last 45-50 minutes. Sit back, relax and enjoy the narration of Savannah’s rich history while your horse clip-clops past unique landmarks and historic homes.

Tours departs in front of the Hyatt Regency Hotel.

They monitor the temperature outdoors as well as the horses internal temperatures to ensure that our horses never work in extreme conditions! The horses are hosed down regularly once outdoor temps reach 85. They are also offered water before, during and after each tour.

Featured Attractions:
  • Number of Featured allowed is determined by pass duration purchased more info
  • Reservations are typically required for Featured Attractions.
  • You can make reservations  in advance of arriving which are easily made from within the Mobile Pass you’ll receive after purchase.
  • View tour availability before purchasing TourPass

Standard Attractions:
  • No reservation is required, just show up and present your Mobile Pass for entry.
  • Visit as many as you wish 1x.
Transportation to attractions is not provided. In the Historic District you can use the Trolley.
$17 per Child without Tour Pass. (Pay $0 at the gate! Tour Pass includes full admission)

One of the oldest sayings in Savannah is, “No visit to Savannah is complete without a visit to Bonaventure Cemetery,” and with 800,000 people a year exploring 150+ acres of natural splendor mixed with statues, ironwork, and some of Savannah’s most famous reposed lying in state, you’ll soon understand why this should be at the very top of your Savannah-To-Do-Bucket-List! And, if you’re a present fan or one to be of “Midnight In The Garden of Good & Evil,” this Savannah walking tour is a no-brainer. A number of the “characters” are buried here, and the cemetery itself is a setting for some of the book’s important scenes.

Originally a 1750’s plantation that became Savannah’s great park during both Industrial Revolutions, Bonaventure became not only Savannah’s chief escapist place, but true to Savannah form, their setting for cocktail hour at sunset! Because of all this it was, and still remains, a great point of pride that we became the first company to offer daily cemetery tours in Bonaventure; to share her secrets and her serenity with visitors from all over the world!

History and Points of Interest on Tour:

  • Tour duration: 2 hours
  • Bonaventure Plantation: The history
  • Freemasonry: Secret societies revealed
  • Little Gracie: Savannah’s guardian angel
  • Johnny Mercer: 1,568 songs, 4 Oscars & Moon River
  • Conrad Aiken: Poetry & martinis at sunset
  • John Walz: Savannah’s greatest sculptor
  • Harry Hervey: Screenwriter & novelist
  • Corinne Lawton: Romantic rebel
  • Symbolism, funerary rites, & much more!
  • Tour provided by Sixth Sense Tours

 

Featured Attractions:
  • Number of Featured allowed is determined by pass duration purchased more info
  • Reservations are typically required for Featured Attractions.
  • You can make reservations  in advance of arriving which are easily made from within the Mobile Pass you’ll receive after purchase.
  • View tour availability before purchasing TourPass

Standard Attractions:
  • No reservation is required, just show up and present your Mobile Pass for entry.
  • Visit as many as you wish 1x.
Transportation to attractions is not provided. In the Historic District you can use the Trolley.
$30 per Child without Tour Pass. (Pay $0 at the gate! Tour Pass includes full admission)
Rent your bikes and explore Savannah your way!
  • Pick-up your bike anytime 9:30am or later or after 11am on Sundays.
  • Bike must be returned no later than 5:00 pm that same day or 4pm on Sundays.
  • Helmets are included, mandatory for 16 and under, optional for everyone else.
  • Locks are included
  • Self guided route tour map also included if requested.
Featured Attractions:
  • Number of Featured allowed is determined by pass duration purchased more info
  • Reservations are typically required for Featured Attractions.
  • You can make reservations  in advance of arriving which are easily made from within the Mobile Pass you’ll receive after purchase.
  • View tour availability before purchasing TourPass

Standard Attractions:
  • No reservation is required, just show up and present your Mobile Pass for entry.
  • Visit as many as you wish 1x.
Transportation to attractions is not provided. In the Historic District you can use the Trolley.
$40 per Child without Tour Pass. (Pay $0 at the gate! Tour Pass includes full admission)
This 90-minute historical bike tour is the most unique and complete tour Savannah has to offer. You’ll cover much of the historical area and stop at many of the most popular sites. Travel back in time through the mid 1800s to the early 1900s and learn from knowledgeable and experienced tour guides about the wonderful history Savannah has to offer. Our tours also include key knowledge of where to ride and what streets to avoid in order to safely ride through the city of Savannah. Helmets are included upon request, mandatory for 16 and under, optional for everyone else. Notice: Riders must be at least 5’0″ tall and must be able to ride a bicycle. You can upgrade to an electric bike for an additional fee which can be paid once you arrive (depending on availability). TourPass pays for a standard bike. Any and all upgrades must be paid out-of-pocket.
Featured Attractions:
  • Number of Featured allowed is determined by pass duration purchased more info
  • Reservations are typically required for Featured Attractions.
  • You can make reservations  in advance of arriving which are easily made from within the Mobile Pass you’ll receive after purchase.
  • View tour availability before purchasing TourPass

Standard Attractions:
  • No reservation is required, just show up and present your Mobile Pass for entry.
  • Visit as many as you wish 1x.
Transportation to attractions is not provided. In the Historic District you can use the Trolley.
$34 per Child without Tour Pass. (Pay $0 at the gate! Tour Pass includes full admission)

Tour Details:

  • Adults only tour, ages 16+ only.
  • Pet friendly tour
  • Duration: 90-minutes.

Why You Should Take Tour:

  • The Beyond Good and Evil Tour’s unique blend of humor, the macabre, voodoo, ghosts, local folklore, and legends have created Savannah’s most popular Ghost Tour.
  • This tour contains mature language and themes.
  • You’ll visit some of Savannah’s most stately homes, such as the Mercer-Williams House and 432 Abercorn. Oh, and a haunted cemetery or two, as well.
  • An exciting journey into Savannah’s macabre haunted history.
  • All of our tours are walking tours.
  • Reschedule your tour for free if your plans change.
  • Additional tour times may be available.
Featured Attractions:
  • Number of Featured allowed is determined by pass duration purchased more info
  • Reservations are typically required for Featured Attractions.
  • You can make reservations  in advance of arriving which are easily made from within the Mobile Pass you’ll receive after purchase.
  • View tour availability before purchasing TourPass

Standard Attractions:
  • No reservation is required, just show up and present your Mobile Pass for entry.
  • Visit as many as you wish 1x.
Transportation to attractions is not provided. In the Historic District you can use the Trolley.
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Standard Attractions

Reservations NOT required. Visit as many as you wish 1x for pass duration purchased

  • Visit as many Standard Attractions as you wish for the number of day pass purchased (see image below).
  • Standard Attractions are generally less expensive than Featured and do not require reservations…just walk-in and show your pass.
  • Transportation to attractions is not provided unless you choose the Hop On/Off Trolley as a Featured selection.

 

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Visit one of the world’s most powerful museum experiences, the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force. Located only minutes from historic downtown Savannah, where the Eighth Air Force was activated in 1942, the 90,000-square-foot museum is dedicated to preserving the history and stories of the Eighth Air Force, the “greatest air armada of all time.” Hear the unforgettable stories of bravery, experience a bomber mission and briefing, and see the ongoing restoration of the World War II B-17 Flying Fortress “City of Savannah” inside the Museum’s Combat Gallery. The National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force is an experience not to be missed while visiting Savannah!

We are pleased to be able to offer group tours of the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force. These tours can be self-guided or guided by our incredible Museum Docents. If you choose for your group to tour self-guided (on your own), you will want to plan on a minimum of two hours. Guided tours are two hours in length. If you have limited time, just let us know and we will tailor a shorter tour for your needs.

The National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force is home to a traditional English Pub. You can enjoy lunch there, Monday thru Friday from 11 am to 2 pm, with food prepared by our in-house restaurant, Miss Sophie’s Marketplace.

Featured Attractions:
  • Number of Featured allowed is determined by pass duration purchased more info
  • Reservations are typically required for Featured Attractions.
  • You can make reservations  in advance of arriving which are easily made from within the Mobile Pass you’ll receive after purchase.
  • View tour availability before purchasing TourPass

Standard Attractions:
  • No reservation is required, just show up and present your Mobile Pass for entry.
  • Visit as many as you wish 1x.
Transportation to attractions is not provided. In the Historic District you can use the Trolley.
$8 per Child without Tour Pass. (Pay $0 at the gate! Tour Pass includes full admission)

Old Fort Jackson is a must-see National Historic Landmark offering daily cannon firings and exciting interactive programs for adults, kids and families! Only minutes away from historic downtown Savannah, you can experience unique views of Savannah’s riverfront and walk on the grounds of one of the oldest brick fortifications on the East Coast.

History

This fortification is located on the Savannah River, just 3 miles east of the city. It was constructed in 1808 as part of President Thomas Jefferson’s Second System coastal defense initiative and named after Revolutionary War patriot James Jackson. This brick fort was constructed over an old earthen battery from the Revolutionary War which had been called “Mud Fort.” Soldiers were stationed at Fort James Jackson to guard Savannah during the War of 1812. Following the War of 1812, two periods of construction continued expansion of the fort from the 1840s-1850s, prior to the outbreak of the American Civil War.

Local Confederate militia units occupied the fort at the start of the Civil War in 1861. In 1862, it became the headquarters for Savannah’s river defenses after the fall of Fort Pulaski. In 1864 the Confederate troops quickly evacuated Fort Jackson just prior to the arrival of federal troops under the leadership of General William Tecumesh Sherman after his infamous “March to the Sea,” leaving Fort Jackson under control of federal troops. The last American soldiers to be stationed at Fort Jackson were members of the 55th Massachusetts, an African- American unit of the Federal Army.

The War Department abandoned the fort in 1905 and the state of Georgia reopened it in 1965 as a maritime museum. After the state decided to close the museum in 1975, the newly formed nonprofit Coastal Heritage Society approached the State in 1976 asking permission to re-open and operate the site, which was granted. The historic site was now referred to as Old Fort Jackson. In 1978, Fort Jackson and CHS came under the leadership of Scott W. Smith. Operation continued to grow with modest success as did development of educational programming for regular guests and student field trips.

Currently, Old Fort Jackson has a successful model of independent operation and a solid reputation of delivering high-quality, engaging educational programming for booked groups. This program offering has been expanded to regular operation for daily museum guests and includes cannon, musket firings and other interactive & hands-on activities.

Featured Attractions:
  • Number of Featured allowed is determined by pass duration purchased more info
  • Reservations are typically required for Featured Attractions.
  • You can make reservations  in advance of arriving which are easily made from within the Mobile Pass you’ll receive after purchase.
  • View tour availability before purchasing TourPass

Standard Attractions:
  • No reservation is required, just show up and present your Mobile Pass for entry.
  • Visit as many as you wish 1x.
Transportation to attractions is not provided. In the Historic District you can use the Trolley.
$7 per Child without Tour Pass. (Pay $0 at the gate! Tour Pass includes full admission)

Built as a beautiful Regency style mansion in 1819, the Owens-Thomas House, along with its adjacent gardens, carriage house, and slave quarters, allows visitors to explore the complicated relationships between the most and least powerful people in the city of Savannah in the early 19th century.

History of the Richardson-Owens-Thomas House

In November 1816, work began on the new home of banker, shipping merchant, and slave trader Richard Richardson and his wife, Frances. The home was designed by English architect (and relative to Richardson by marriage) William Jay, but was constructed by builder John Retan and the team of free and enslaved men in his charge. The site also included a two-sided privy and a building located on the east end of the lot, which was divided into a carriage house and slave quarters.

The Richardsons moved into the home with their six children and nine enslaved men, women, and children in January 1819. Unfortunately for the Richardsons, the next three years saw steady decreases in their prosperity, including the financial Panic of 1819, a yellow fever epidemic, a fire that destroyed half the city, and the death of Frances and two of the children. By 1822, Richardson decided to sell the house and move to Louisiana, where he had family and business interests. He had been shipping enslaved people, mostly children, from Savannah to New Orleans for years.

By 1824, the Bank of the United States owned the house, which they leased to Mary Maxwell as a boarding house. The Marquis de Lafayette was a guest of Mrs. Maxwell when he visited Savannah in March 1825 as part of his whirlwind tour of the United States for the 50th anniversary of the American Revolution.

In 1830, George Welshman Owens, then mayor of Savannah, purchased the property at auction for $10,000. Owens, who was also a lawyer, planter, and politician, moved in with his wife, Sarah, and their six children in 1833. Over the years, Owens kept nine to 15 enslaved people on the property and held almost 400 men, women, and children in bondage on his plantations.

The last Owens descendant to live in the home was George Owens’ granddaughter, Margaret Gray Thomas. When Thomas passed away in 1951 with no direct heirs, she willed the house to the Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences to be run as a house museum in honor of her grandfather, George Owens, and her father, Dr. James Gray Thomas. The site opened to the public in 1954.

Carriage House

Orientation Gallery

The south half of this building originally housed horses and carriages on the first floor with a hay loft on the floor above. Beginning in;November 2018, the first level of this building will house our Orientation Gallery. Exhibits in this space help put the story of the site into the larger context of local, regional, and national history. The site of the original hay loft now houses The Loft, a workspace for Telfair’s historical interpreters to study primary documents, examine archaeological artifacts, and research our sites’ history.

Slave Quarters

The north half of the building contains the original slave quarters for the site. This two-story structure was composed of three rooms on each level. Nine to 15 enslaved people, about half of whom were children, lived and worked on the site at any given time between 1819 and the end of the Civil War. Once the war ended, the space became servants’ quarters, housing many of the same people.

Now these these wonderfully preserved spaces offer new interactive exhibits to help visitors understand the day-to-day lives of the enslaved people who lived and worked in the space, as well as the most unique architectural feature of the house, the indoor plumbing.

Holiday Closures:

  • New Year’s Day
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
  • St. Patrick Day Observance
  • Easter
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Christmas Eve, open 10am-3pm
  • Christmas Day
  • New Years Eve Day, open 10am to 3pm
Featured Attractions:
  • Number of Featured allowed is determined by pass duration purchased more info
  • Reservations are typically required for Featured Attractions.
  • You can make reservations  in advance of arriving which are easily made from within the Mobile Pass you’ll receive after purchase.
  • View tour availability before purchasing TourPass

Standard Attractions:
  • No reservation is required, just show up and present your Mobile Pass for entry.
  • Visit as many as you wish 1x.
Transportation to attractions is not provided. In the Historic District you can use the Trolley.
$5 per Child without Tour Pass. (Pay $0 at the gate! Tour Pass includes full admission)

Pin Point Heritage Museum is located in the former A.S. Varn & Son Oyster and Crab Factory. The community was founded in 1896 by freed slaves after the Civil War. The former factory has been transformed into an educational center for visitors to authentically learn about the Gullah/Geechee culture directly from residents who grew up in the small, close-knit community. Guests can discover these unique lifeways, from daily life to religion, language and food.

Featured Attractions:
  • Number of Featured allowed is determined by pass duration purchased more info
  • Reservations are typically required for Featured Attractions.
  • You can make reservations  in advance of arriving which are easily made from within the Mobile Pass you’ll receive after purchase.
  • View tour availability before purchasing TourPass

Standard Attractions:
  • No reservation is required, just show up and present your Mobile Pass for entry.
  • Visit as many as you wish 1x.
Transportation to attractions is not provided. In the Historic District you can use the Trolley.
$7 per Child without Tour Pass. (Pay $0 at the gate! Tour Pass includes full admission)
Located in Savannah’s popular City Market, the American Prohibition Museum is the first and only museum in the United States dedicated to the history of Prohibition. Highlighting an era of gangsters, rum runners, and flappers, this Savannah museum brings the roaring twenties to life with over 20 intoxicating exhibits and an authentic speakeasy. Featuring 21st century technology and immersive displays, this Savannah museum takes guests on a journey through the past to the early 1900s when anti-alcohol rallies swept the nation and America’s struggle with alcohol was brought to light.
Featured Attractions:
  • Number of Featured allowed is determined by pass duration purchased more info
  • Reservations are typically required for Featured Attractions.
  • You can make reservations  in advance of arriving which are easily made from within the Mobile Pass you’ll receive after purchase.
  • View tour availability before purchasing TourPass

Standard Attractions:
  • No reservation is required, just show up and present your Mobile Pass for entry.
  • Visit as many as you wish 1x.
Transportation to attractions is not provided. In the Historic District you can use the Trolley.
$10.70 per Child without Tour Pass. (Pay $0 at the gate! Tour Pass includes full admission)

Savannah History Museum is located in the former historic Central of Georgia Railroad’s passenger station. The museum walks guests through the city’s history from 1733, spanning the American Revolution and Civil War, all the way to modern day Savannah. Many exhibits highlight Savannah’s musical, cultural and artistic contributions including the famous bench from the movie Forrest Gump. Located just across the street is Battlefield Memorial Park, which presents visitors with a free memorial to those who fought in the 1779 Battle of Savannah, second bloodiest battle of the American Revolution. This park marks the exact location where approximately 800 troops died or were wounded.

Featured Attractions:
  • Number of Featured allowed is determined by pass duration purchased more info
  • Reservations are typically required for Featured Attractions.
  • You can make reservations  in advance of arriving which are easily made from within the Mobile Pass you’ll receive after purchase.
  • View tour availability before purchasing TourPass

Standard Attractions:
  • No reservation is required, just show up and present your Mobile Pass for entry.
  • Visit as many as you wish 1x.
Transportation to attractions is not provided. In the Historic District you can use the Trolley.
$7 per Child without Tour Pass. (Pay $0 at the gate! Tour Pass includes full admission)

Treat yourself to a gourmet popsicle from this fun and one-of-a-kind shop. Featured by Duff Goldman (Food Network Chef, Ace of Cakes) as one of his favorite sweet treats in the nation!

Each of their pops are named after the one of the 22 historic Savannah squares. Some fan favorites are Calhoun Square (Blackberry Lemonade), Franklin Square (Strawberry Balsamic) and Pulaski Square (Salted Caramel, dipped in dark chocolate and rolled in pretzel pieces). Their philosophy on ingredients is to use the best and the least. The Key Lime Pie Pop has the most ingredients, with fresh squeezed lime juice, fresh heavy cream, buttermilk, milk, graham crackers, raw cane sugar, and Sea Salt. Extra care is given to several of their pops to make them as beautiful as they are delicious. The Telfair Square Pop, for example, features a whole Oreo embedded in the side, and the Wright Square pop showcases a perfect slice of kiwi. This isn’t easy to do, but it’s part of that extra mile They go to make the product special.

Featured Attractions:
  • Number of Featured allowed is determined by pass duration purchased more info
  • Reservations are typically required for Featured Attractions.
  • You can make reservations  in advance of arriving which are easily made from within the Mobile Pass you’ll receive after purchase.
  • View tour availability before purchasing TourPass

Standard Attractions:
  • No reservation is required, just show up and present your Mobile Pass for entry.
  • Visit as many as you wish 1x.
Transportation to attractions is not provided. In the Historic District you can use the Trolley.
$4 per Child without Tour Pass. (Pay $0 at the gate! Tour Pass includes full admission)
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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.

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Absolutely. TourPass provides access and full admission to the top tours and attraction in Savannah. You can simply select what you want to do, make reservations and present your pass upon arrival. Most users save a considerable amount of money using TourPass. Visit our reviews page for more info

There are many amazing tours in Savannah, however the most popular tours include the following: 

There is never a bad time to visit Savannah, however it is much more hot and humid in the summer season of course.

Most consider spring (March – May) and fall seasons (September – November) to be the best because of the more temperate climate.

You can certainly visit a handful of Savannah’s famous sites in 1-day, however the general consensus is that a minimum 3-days is the optimal time to really experience the city.

Yes Savannah is walkable. We recommend parking at the Whitaker Street Parking Garage (by Ellis Square). From there you can explore all of the historic squares along with River Street and the nearby City Market area. 

TV Shows & Movies filmed in the Savannah, Georgia area. There are soo many to list however below you’ll find the most popular ones: 

  • Forrest Gump (2010)
  • The Last Song (2020)
  • Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil (1997)
  • Something to Talk About (1995)
  • Glory (1989)
  • Lady & The Tramp (2019)
  • Baywatch (2017)

Yes, Savannah is known as a safe city. The historic district is very safe along with the Tybee Island beach area. As in every metropolitan area there are areas that are not recommended for Visitors, however you would have no reason to visit since attractions and hotels are not located in those area. 

It’s always best to be “street-smart” and be aware of your surroundings no matter where you are in an unfamiliar city. Don’t get overly intoxicated or walk alone at night and ask hotel staff of areas to avoid if concerns persist.

Yes, Savannah has Tybee Island beach which is located 20 minutes by car from Savannah’s downtown district.

Not necessarily since downtown Savannah has a free trolley that transports visitors around the Historic District. If you would like to visit the beaches or plantations then transportation will be needed. Savannah does have Uber and Lyft service.

For more info read this article: Getting around Savannah, GA – Transportation Options

Savannah isn’t more or less expensive than most other popular tourist destinations such as Charleston, Myrtle Beach, Hilton Head or Savannah.

To save money on the top tours and attractions, buy a Savannah TourPass which includes the best things to do in Savannah.