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  • Savannah: Haunted History and Ghosts Walking Tour

    1. Savannah: Haunted History and Ghosts Walking Tour

    Set off on a 1-hour ghost tour around historic downtown Savannah. This entertaining and informative walking ghost tour will take you to 8 locations, where your experienced tour guide will tell you of the hauntings that persist at iconic buildings surrounding the Savannah's Historic District. Visit 8 locations, including the Kehoe House, Davenport House, The Juliette Gordon Low House, The Cursed Wright Square. Discover the ghosts of Savannah at night, and learn of the city's shocking past. Get the inside scoop on favorite local spirits while walking the cobblestone streets.

    Good your. Guide had some fun and interesting stories to share! We enjoyed the tour and our guide!

  • Savannah: Adults-Only Beyond Good and Evil Tour

    2. Savannah: Adults-Only Beyond Good and Evil Tour

    Explore the spooky side of Savannah on this ghost-themed, adults-only walking tour that visits the city’s popular haunted spots. Become a history buff after learning about the historic events and figures that helped shape the unique culture of Savannah. During the tour, hear about the famous haunted locations the city has to offer, such as former Revolutionary War battlegrounds, burial grounds, historic homes, and the hauntings associated with each. Learn all the true stories behind these locations and more from a guide who is an expert on the dark, haunted history of Savannah.

    Bring bug spray! Tour guide was great. When tour ends, be prepared to either walk a longgg way back or take car service!

  • Savannah: Colonial Park Cemetery Guided Tour

    3. Savannah: Colonial Park Cemetery Guided Tour

    Sitting in the heart of the Savannah town grid of 24 city squares, there's an unofficial 25th called Colonial Park Cemetery, which serves as the biggest story graveyard in the whole Historic District. The grounds defy time as the oldest patch of public land one can visit in Savannah, offering you the chance to see and touch materials far older than the Victorian city that now surrounds them. On this guided tour, explore the place where every town meeting, picnic, wedding, duel, and public execution was conducted during Georgia's 18th-century founding. Discover the final resting place of General Nathanael Greene, 2 signers of the Declaration of Independence, and Teddy Roosevelt's Revolutionary War great-great-grandfather, as well as duelists, merchants, priests, paupers, soldiers, and just about every character that gave blood, sweat and tears to the early colony and later nation. See t...

    The tour guide was very knowledgeable and I was the only one on the tour. I enjoyed having more of a conversation then lecture. Brings a lot of good information

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What people are saying about Colonial Park Cemetery

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 79 reviews

I had what turned out to be a private tour of Colonial Park Cemetery with Chase and I could not have been more impressed. He is chock full of information on the cemetery and the history of Savannah. It was like having a conversation with an old friend. We ambled along the various lanes and talked about a good number of individual graves. I am fascinated by cemeteries and early American history, so I was thrilled to be able to hear about how the various people interred there fit in with my own ideas of the times. Did I mention how wonderful Chase was? I could have spent the entire day wandering around listening to him and learning. Money and time well spent.

The tour was awesome. The only 2 complaints I have are that the meet up location isn’t accurate. It leads you to the side of a building when you should actually be meeting in the middle of the square. The other complaint isn’t something that has a fix, I’d just suggest not going at the end of July! Thought we were going to die of heat stroke at 9pm.

The tour guide was very knowledgeable and I was the only one on the tour. I enjoyed having more of a conversation then lecture. Brings a lot of good information

Gabe did an amazing job and gave a great tour. We really enjoyed it.

Keith was so great! Great sense of humor and was well educated.