Free Savannah Walking Tours
As the provincial capital of the British Colony of Georgia and later it’s first state capitol, Savannah is the oldest city in the Peach State. It’s old world charms still abound in the antebellum Savannah Historic District with eighteenth and nineteenth century architecture along the tree lined streets.
As an overview of the city, we’ve partnered with Free Savannah Walking Tours to learn about the history of this historic city.
Some of the sights that might be covered on the Savannah Walking Tour:
- Johnson Square
- Chippewa Square (where Forrest Gump sat on the bench)
- Madison Square
- Forsyth Park Fountain
- The Girl Scouts of America
- The Owens-Thomas House
- The Davenport House
- The Mercer House
- The St John’s The Baptist Cathedral
- Mickve Israel Synagogue
- The Savannah Theatre etc.
- not all listed sights are covered on every tour
When: Check out Free Savannah Walking Tours for their schedule and to make the required reservations. Free Tours by Foot recommends Free Savannah Walking Tours but do not manage their tours in anyway. Please check their website for tours and contact information.
Duration: Tour is approximately 1.5 hours. Tour distance is approximately .8 mile. (1.3K)
Cost: This tour is free to take, and you get to decide what, if anything, the tour was worth when it’s done. A name-your-own-price tour is a tour for anyone’s budget.