1. 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.