Chippewa Square Walking tours

Our most recommended Chippewa Square Walking tours

Savannah: Haunted Ghosts and Dark History Walking Tour

1. Savannah: Haunted Ghosts and Dark History Walking Tour

Explore the haunted history and ghosts of Savannah on a guided walk through the historic downtown area. This interactive tour will take you to a mix of up to 8 locations, where you'll hear tales of the hauntings that persist at iconic historic buildings, squares, and cemeteries. Discover the ghosts of Savannah at night and uncover the mysteries at each historic house and the tragic, mysterious, or unexplained events that caused them to be haunted. Venture to multiple historic and infamous hotspots, including the Kehoe House, Davenport House, The Juliette Gordon Low House, and The Cursed Wright Square. Find out why Juliette Gordon Low was cursed from the day of her wedding and why the Wright Square has a beautiful but deadly past that continues to haunt the city. Get the inside scoop on favorite local spirits while walking the cobblestone streets. By the end of the tour, you'll have a better understanding of why Savannah is said to be the most haunted city in the country and why its locations top the most haunted lists year after year after year.

Savannah: 1.5-Hour Guided Trolley Tour with Shuttle Service

2. Savannah: 1.5-Hour Guided Trolley Tour with Shuttle Service

Learn the rich history of Georgia's first city with a 1.5-hour guided trolley tour. Discover the charming squares of Savannah's Historic District, the manicured parks, and the beautiful architecture. Enjoy an unlimited shuttle service within the historic district to make the most of your day exploring Savannah. From River Street to Forsyth Park, explore Savannah on your own after the tour. Use the unlimited shuttle service to venture out to any part of the historic district. Just call ahead to schedule the pickup and drop-off to your favorite destination within the historic district all day of the tour.

Savannah: Spirits and Spirits Haunted Pub Crawl

3. 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.

Comfort Food Walking Tour By Junket

4. Comfort Food Walking Tour By Junket

Join a guided walking tour of Savannah’s best eateries and historic sites, where warm biscuits, fried green tomatoes, pork pie, and sweet pecan pralines await you. Walk down River Street Market, and enjoy food samples of Chocolate, fried green tomatoes and much more! Meet your guide at the Cathedral Basilica of St. John the Baptist, the Mother Church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Savannah, before heading to Chocolat by Adam Turoni for gourmet truffles, squares, and bonbons. Continue with your sweet treats to Chippewa Square, where Tom Hanks said the famous dialog, “Life is like a box of chocolates," but make sure you save some room for Girl Scout cookies at the birthplace of GSA founder Juliette Gordon Low. Along the way, uncover Savannah’s history, art, and culture Stroll through River Street Market and Gallery 209. Savor a dish from the haunted Tondee’s Tavern, and a delicious treat from The Little Crown. Finally, grab a sweet pecan praline from Savannah's Candy Kitchen before bidding farewell to your guide.

Secrets and Scandals Walking Tour By Junket

5. 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.

Savannah: Stories of Old Savannah History Tour

6. 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.

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What people are saying about Chippewa Square

Really wonderful experience learning about historic Savannah, unfortunately as we are from the UK we couldn’t use the ‘Uber’ style collection and drop off idea as our phones did not allow us to make the calls, but the guided part of the tour was perfect, and we walked our way around the district

Sophie was a great guide! We covered a unique part of the city with interesting stories of almost every building and site.

Our guide was very knowledgeable and interactive with everyone in our group. Thank you for a fun evening!

The driver was very knowledgeable and we really had a small number of people in the trolley.

Kathleen was great! The tour was wonderful and informational.