Our tours feature exciting, original, uncensored history. Delving deeper, using first hand accounts from source materials, to share details of the people, their motivations, interactions and methods. Bringing colorful characters from the past off of the dusty page, brilliantly into life. We give voice to personal insights into the history of Savannah, from early colonial days through the revolutionary war and civil war, to the prohibition era, going far beyond typical tourist history. We explore vaults and secret tunnels, stroll historical parks, view the finest antebellum mansions and find the hidden gems of Savannah’s past - places few locals know about or ever see. We offer smaller tours for a more friendly, intimate experience. We also offer customizable tours for groups or individuals with specific requests.
Our guides live in Savannah and know the city inside and out. We are passionate about Savannah, constantly researching, digging deeper to bring her past to life, discovering and sharing the secrets of her unique culture and folklore. We are all guides and friends who take turns presenting our tour. Horizon is a local expert and the sweetest person you'll meet here Daryl is an authority on local history and a true crime connoisseur Cricket is a Savannah native, versed in local history and the craft of story telling Nina is a history buff, Southern belle and amazing guide Kerry studied history and paleontology in college and is an avid historian Jackie is an accomplished guide with an encyclopedic knowledge of Georgia history KelseyBeth is a true local, a SCAD graduate, dedicated to sharing her knowledge and passion for Savannah.
Start with the founder of Georgia, Oglethorpe, in Chippewa Square Find Savannah's hidden burial grounds Wright Square, epicenter of colonial justice Johnson Square, birthplace of Georgia Vaults and hidden tunnels Reynold's Square, colonial times Oglethorpe Square, stunning architecture Colonial Park Cemetery, what podcasts won't tell you Lafayette Square and Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist Madison Square, Revolution and Civil War
Umbrella or Jacket in case of rain
We advise coming 15 minutes ahead of the tour starting time at to allow time for parking, etc. You may want a bottle of water, perhaps some insect repellent. We encourage checking the weather and preparing accordingly. If you have any questions please let us know, we are always happy to help.