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river streetStroll Down the World Famous River Street – Stop #10
Popular with locals and visitors, River Street is an integral part of the historic Savannah Waterfront. From eateries to fine dining, art galleries and boutiques, there’s something appealing for every taste.


city marketVisit the City Market – Stop #7
Visitors and residents alike enjoy the restaurants, pubs, unique shops, museums and galleries of City Market.


lady and sons restaurantIndulge in Southern Cuisine
When you’re in the South, be sure to sample some authentic local cuisine. There is no shortage of mouth-watering morsels in Savannah, with famous establishments such as Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room (Stop #4), The Pirates' House (Stop #10) and The Lady & Sons (Stop #14). Enjoy fried chicken, cornbread, she crab soup, beef stew and more!


Juliette Gordon Low HouseTour Savannah’s Historic Homes – Stops #2 & 3
Many historical homes can be found in Savannah. Visit the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace (Stop #3) to find out more about Girl Scout founder Juliette Gordon Low. If you’re up for a scare, take a tour of the notoriously haunted Sorrel-Weed House, an abode famously frequented by Robert E. Lee. These homes, along with many other historical residences in the city, are full of fascinating tales about Savannah’s prominent families.


Jepson CenterVisit the Telfair Museum of Arts – Stop #7
The Telfair Museum of Arts is the South’s first public art museum. Home to over 4,500 American and European works of art, the museum’s extensive and beautiful collections shouldn’t be missed.


ghost trolleyTake a Ghost Tour of “America’s Most Haunted City” – Stop #10
Old Town Trolley Tours invites you to explore Savannah’s darker side on our Ghosts and Gravestones tour. Prepare yourself for an evening of fun, scares, humor and ghost stories as you are guided through “America’s Most Haunted City.”


cathedral st johnVisit Historical Places of Worship
Savannah is known for its historical and architecturally exquisite places of worship, including the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist (Stop #8), First African Baptist Church, Temple Mickve Israel (Stop #4) and Jingle Bells Church. Take a tour of several religious establishments to learn more about their designs and historical significance.


savannah squareEnjoy an Afternoon in One of Savannah’s Historical Squares
There are over 20 historical squares in Savannah, including the recently reclaimed Ellis Square. Each square celebrates a significant person or event in Savannah’s rich history. Madison Square (Stop #4), named for James Madison, is one of many idyllic locations and home to a vintage cannon from the Savannah Armory.
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Savannah’s Best Tour to See the Juliette Gordon Low House, Savannah Ghost Tours, City Market,
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