Chippewa Square Cemetery tours

Our most recommended Chippewa Square Cemetery tours

Savannah: Spirits and Spirits Haunted Pub Crawl

1. Savannah: Spirits and Spirits Haunted Pub Crawl

Grab a Chatham Artiller Punch and explore the darkest corners of this haunted southern city. You'll meet your expert guide at haunted Oglethorpe Square, where Yellow Fever victims still wander the pathways — delirious and zombie-like. From there, you'll visit seven other iconic sites, including four of the city's best pubs. Enjoy beer, wine, or spirits as you hear tales of ghostly cooks, deadly duels, and creepy hotels. By the time you end your night at the Savannah Taphouse, you'll have a nice buzz and plenty of chilling stories to entertain friends and family back home. Are you brave enough to step into the shadows? The spirits are waiting.

Savannah: Stories of Old Savannah History Tour

2. Savannah: Stories of Old Savannah History Tour

Explore Savannah's storied past on this walking tour. Learn about the history of Savannah, one of the oldest cities in the United States, from your local guide. Hear about the founding of the city, the Revolutionary War, the Battle of Savannah, and Savannah's capture during the Civil War, as well as famous Savannahians and their mansions and much more. Make stops at some of the city's most important sites, including: Johnson Square, Wright Square, Juliette Gordon Low's birthplace, Chippewa Square, Madison Square, Lafayette Square, Colonial Park Cemetery, and Oglethorpe Square.

Secrets and Scandals Walking Tour By Junket

3. Secrets and Scandals Walking Tour By Junket

Are you tired of boring history tours? Take a 2-hour deep dive into the most shocking and dramatic tales Savannah has to offer. You’ll meet your expert guide at Oglethorpe Square - where the ghosts of Yellow Fever victims still pace the grounds - before heading into the historic district. Linger outside of the Andrew Low House, where Girl Scouts Founder Juliette Gordon Low watched her life fall apart, all because of a grain of rice. Lean in close to the Mercer Williams manor, where Jim Williams allegedly shot his gay lover. By the time you circle back to Oglethorpe Square, you’ll be reeling from the delicious details of Savannah’s biggest scandals. Are you ready to learn about the real Savannah, Georgia? You’re one click away.

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