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Savannah: Historical Bike Tour with Tour Guide

1. Savannah: Historical Bike Tour with Tour Guide

When you arrive you will be greeted by a licensed guide who will fit a bike for you. Additionally, they will get you a bottle of water, or two depending on how hot the day is, offer bug spray and/or sunscreen if you desire, and offer our restroom if you need it before the tour starts. Once all guests have arrived, or the start time is reached, the guide will get the tour started! The guide will lead your ride through some of the most beautiful urban green spaces and architecture in America which is the Historic Landmark District of Savannah. Guests will bike to a spot, hear a story, bike to the next spot, hear a story, and so forth. Stories will include tales of Savannah's rich history including but not limited to the Colonial era, Antebellum era, Civil War era, and Victorian era. In addition to history, guests will learn a great deal about Savannah's stunning architecture, trees, and urban design. Guests will be introduced to a touch of modern Savannah, including the robust movie industry here today. Of course, guests will be given recommendations on places to eat and drink post-tour in a "rolling concierge." Last but not least, guests will be offered a photo opportunity or two with the iconic Forsyth Fountain and Spanish Moss as the backdrop. It didn't happen if there isn't a picture! The tour will end where it started. Guests will be offered to be shown on a map everywhere the tour took them. Of course the restroom will be made available again if needed. Be advised, there are restrooms along the routes in case of emergencies along the way. This tour is operated by a locally owned small business in Savannah that also happens to be veteran owned. $1 from each ticket purchased is donated to local charity.

Savannah: History, Culture, & Scenic Views E-Bike Tour

2. Savannah: History, Culture, & Scenic Views E-Bike Tour

You'll get to see the best of Savannah on this guided e-bike tour. Zip around the city with ease, learning about its history and culture while enjoying the unique perspective from a bike. Stop for photos and get tips from your guide about what to see and do while you're here. First, you'll meet your guide to pick out which bike you'd like, have the seat adjusted for you, and learn how to use the e-bike system. You may also want to apply bug spray or sunscreen, visit the restroom, and strap on a helmet. Then you'll grab a bottle of water and head off to start your tour of colorful Savannah. As you ride through the historic district, your city-licensed guide will share stories about Savannah's eventful history and the modern, vibrant culture it has now. There are many places to stop for great photo opportunities, so have your camera or mobile device ready. This tour passes the well-known must-see sites in the city on main roads, and you'll also get to see some hidden gems on quiet side streets. Savannah is a city full of trees and unique architecture. Your guide will tell you about the significance of the trees and share facts about architectural highlights. Got a question about anything you see along the way? Just ride up near your guide and ask. Besides the history, your guide will also point out excellent dining and pubs, as well as shopping options as you pass them.

Savannah: Historic District Guided Bike Tour

3. Savannah: Historic District Guided Bike Tour

Travel back in time for a tour with a local guide and discover life in Savannah, Georgia, from the mid-1800s to the early 1900s. Pick from a variety of bikes and cycle at your leisure around the Historic District, stopping at Forsyth Park, Jones Street, and more for fun lessons in American history. Groups of all sizes, ages, and skill levels are welcome. Your guide will help you find the bike that’s most comfortable for you before setting off. Follow your guide through the safest cycling routes in the city, past quaint streets and ancient buildings. Enjoy an easy pace that lets you stop to smell the magnolias. Admire the gothic Cathedral Basilica of St. John the Baptist. Next, pass Chippewa Square and find Forrest Gump’s famous bench. Continue to Jones Street, named one of the most beautiful residential streets in America by Southern Living Magazine. Learn about Savannah’s significance in US history with stops at Mercer Williams House Museum, Hamilton-Turner House, and Green-Meldrim House. Explore Forsyth Park and learn about the statues and fountains that make it beautiful. Stop at Wright Square, City Market, Washington Square, and Columbia Square and see vibrant city life.If that’s not enough, you can opt to keep your bike for the rest of the day. Get tips and maps from your guide to find even more gems around Savannah.

Tybee Island: Historical 2-Hour Bike Tour

4. Tybee Island: Historical 2-Hour Bike Tour

Come explore Tybee Island, GA with Savannah Bike Tours! Located just 25 minutes from Historic Downtown Savannah, Tybee Island is an important destination for those looking for a complete history of Savannah. A 2-hour bike tour is a relaxing way to enjoy the North Beach area, learn about Tybee’s rich history, see breathtaking natural and manmade sites, and have a guide personally recommend places to eat, drink, or visit after the tour. This tour is conducted in partnership with Tybee Island Bike Rental. Ride through Tybee Island Georgia with an experienced, licensed guide, on a 1-speed pedal cruiser with an ultra wide and comfortable seat worth more than the bike itself. Pedal through Tybee's fascinating history, and experience its colorful, modern vibe. Pause for numerous photo opportunities. Remember, it didn’t happen without a picture! See the well-known must-sees on main thoroughfares AND the lesser-known gems along quiet side streets Get a “rolling concierge,” pointing out great dining, pub, and shopping options. Stops include but are not limited to: Tybee Island Beach, Tybee Island, GA Tybee Island Museum - Battery Garland, 802 1st St, Tybee Island, GA 31328-8816 Tybee Island Light Station And Museum, 30 Meddin Dr, Tybee Island, GA 31328-9733 Tybee Island Marine Science Center, 37 Meddin Dr, Tybee Island, GA 31328-9734 Tybee Post Theater, 10 Van Horne Ave, Tybee Island, GA 31328-9780 Intercoastal Marshland Jaycee Park

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This was a really fun and pleasant way to tour a good bit of the historical neighborhoods and squares of Savannah. Our guide, Steve, was terrific and enthusiastically gave us lots of history and local lore as he led us around Savannah. We highly recommend this tour!

Awesome tour and Steve was an great tour guide! We learned so many fun facts and enjoyed safety biking through Savannah. Also so many sizes of bikes to choose from. Highly recommend!

Steve, our guide, was a lot of fun and provided so much information! I highly recommend this tour.

Fantastic way to see the city of Savannah! Forget about the trolley and hop on a bike!

Our e-bike tour guide Andrew made the experience fun and memorable!