All aboard the Old Town Trolley Tour of Savannah! Join Old Town Trolley as we turn back the pages of time. Hear the history, see the landmarks, visit the charming Historic Homes. Experience the rich architectural legacy of this beautiful southern town.
Attraction tickets do not have to be used on the same day
Old Town Trolley Tours: Our Savannah tours are the best way to see the city. Because we cover the entire city, you can avoid costly parking and city driving.
The extraordinary architecture, lush botanicals, and captivating stories of this historic, coastal city make for an unforgettable vacation experience. For over 30 years, Old Town Trolley Tours has provided sightseeing tours highlighting the best attractions in Savannah. Hop aboard one of our trolleys and you’ll experience Transportainment, a delightful combination of transportation and entertainment. Our friendly conductors narrate the tour with a fascinating and fun mix of trivia and humorous stories. It will be our pleasure to guide you through “Georgia’s First City” on one of our orange and green trolleys.
Our Savannah tours are the best way to see the city. Because we cover the entire city, you can avoid costly parking and city driving. We also encourage you to tour at your own pace. Our tour offers on and off privileges, which allows you to hop off the trolley and explore on your own at any time. With frequent pickups at all our stops, this helps you avoid walking long distances.
Located in Savannah’s City Market, it is the first and only one of its kind in the United States. While here, guests will have the opportunity to experience life in America through the earliest rumblings of Temperance through the unintended consequences that the 13 years of Prohibition caused.
Built in 1848 for Andrew Low, a wealthy cotton merchant from Scotland, The Andrew Low House is a classic and elegant Savannah mansion. Facing Lafayette Square, its stucco and brick design meshes beautifully with the rich history of the area. Guests can tour the house to see many 19th century antiques, silver pieces and ornamental ironwork. Knowledgeable guides give visitors a wonderful overview of the people and events that had their place in history in the home.
The 1820 Federal-style dwelling was built by upwardly mobile artisan Isaiah Davenport and his crew for his growing household, which included his wife, children and slaves. It was his family home until his death in 1827 when his wife, Sarah Clark Davenport, converted it into a boarding house. She lived in the residence on Columbia Square until 1840 when she sold it to the Baynard family of South Carolina. The house remained in their hands for the next 109 years.
Hop on and off at any of our 15 convenient stops.
Stop 1 Visitors Center
Stop 3 Hilton De Soto
Stop 7 City Market
Stop 10 Simply Savannah
Stop 13 Ellis Square
Stop 15 Savannah Welcome Center
Marriott River Front 100 General McIntosh Blvd.
Hyatt Regency 2 West Bay St.
Tours begin at 9 am
Final boarding time:
April – July: 6 pm
August – March: 5 pm
Tours depart at least every 20 minutes
Martin Luther King Day: Tours start after parade around 1pm.
Closed St. Patrick’s Day.
Reservations are not required.
Operates 364 days a year (Closed St. Patrick’s Day)
10:00 am – 5:00 pm with last admittance at 4:15 pm
*Guests of all ages are allowed in the museum during all operating hours, but photo ID is required at the door to receive a wristband for admittance to the Speakeasy. Guests under the age of 21 are not permitted in the Speakeasy.
Monday – Saturday: 10 am – 4 pm
Sunday: 12 pm – 4 pm
The house is closed major holidays and the first two weeks in January.
Hours of operation:
Monday – Saturday: starting at 10:00am with last tour at 4:00pm
Sunday: starting at 1:00pm with last tour at 4:00pm
Tours run every 30 minutes.
Closed at 1:00 pm: Thanksgiving Eve, Christmas Eve, New Year’s Eve.
Closed on New Year’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day, Easter, July 4, Thanksgiving and Christmas.