Tour of Savannah Guests will be met in the lobby of the hotel by their private guide and escorted to the waiting trolley for a fully narrated tour of the Historic District with lunch and a visit to two historic house museums. This tour will take guests through the old City Market to the cobblestone streets along the riverfront to beautiful Forsyth Park. Your private guide will entertain you with fascinating stories and traditions that will reveal Savannah’s colorful and rich history.
A Tour of the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace The first National Historic Landmark in Savannah, this iconic gem is the birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low, founder of the Girl Scouts of the USA.
Private Food Tour Guests will enjoy a private food tour which is a great way to spend the afternoon eating delicious food and strolling along the riverfront and through the picturesque historic squares.
Savannah Movie Tour This 90-minute tour will pass many of the recognizable famous movie locations throughout the city including Cape Fear, The Longest Yard, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil and, of course, Forrest Gump just to name a few. This is a must-do tour for moviegoers of all ages.
Private Historic Cemetery Tour This can be done by day or night. Savannah is considered to be one of the most haunted cities in the U.S.
Experience a Cooking Class with a James Beard Chef These creatively inspired cooking classes are a wonderful culinary experience. While crafting and eating delectable creations in entertaining, hands-on classes, each person lends a helping hand in preparing the meal—from peeling shrimp and cooking grits to making praline sauce and homemade biscuits. There are a few options such as visiting a Farmers Market to get the ingredients to be used as well as a date night. Bring your significant other and come cook with the Chef as you taste and cook with some of the fine wines from the Kessler collection. All of these take place in the Mansion on Forsyth Park.
Tour Historic Fort Pulaski History buffs will enjoy visiting this 19th century fort, which was occupied by the Confederate Army during the Civil War. Construction began in 1827, when future Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee was placed in charge of designing the first series of canals and earthworks on the island. Finished in 1847, it was eventually used as a Union prison, holding more than 500 Confederate prisoners (aka the “immortal 600”) during the winter of 1864. Today, visitors can explore the pentagon-shaped fortress along with its galleries and drawbridges crossing the moat and view the shells from 1862 embedded in the walls.
Private Carriage Ride Sit back and relax in an ultra-comfortable private carriage. These tours are customized for your particular needs – bring a picnic basket and a couple bottles of wine. Since there are no other passengers, you can ask your driver for any type of tour – history, ghost or even a combination. For a romantic ride, you will go through the historic district’s beautiful neighborhoods.