Old Town Trolley Tours runs trolley tours in several major cities around the United States, including Savannah. This is one of the oldest and most beloved trolley tour operators in all of North America, so it's a name you know you can trus.t When you choose Old Town Trolley Tours, you get a whole lot of value for money. Each tour not only offers a narrated trip around the city, it also typically includes entry to several locations, as well as various bonuses along the way. Here are some details on the main Savannah trolley tours with Old Town Trolley Tours.
Old Town Trolley Tours
The standard Old Town Trolley Tours of Savannah start at 9 am each day and run through until 5 or 6 pm depending on the time of year. The tours leave every 20 minutes on average from the Old Town Trolley Tours HQ on Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. The tours take you all around the city, offering a 'hop on and hop off' system that allows you to simply get off the trolley at any of the stops and jump back on board later on without needing to buy another ticket.
These trolley tours are fully narrated, teaching you all about the various sites and history of the city, as well as featuring more than 100 unique points of interest. The trolley ticket includes a full color map of the city to help you get around, as well as a coupon sheet offering discounted entry to various attractions.
- Ghosts and Gravestones Night Tour
The Ghosts and Gravestones Night Tour from Old Town Trolley Tours runs in the evenings and tour times change throughout the year, so you'll need to call up or check out the official schedule online to learn more. As the name suggests, the Ghosts and Gravestones Night Tour offers something a little different to the standard historical and cultural hop on and off trolley tours of Savannah.
This tour is all focused on the scarier side of the city, looking at various allegedly haunted locations and letting you hear some spooky stories about the history of the town and various people who have died there over the years, including a few spirits who are still said to linger among the city streets in various old buildings! This tour is open to all ages but is not necessarily recommended for younger passengers as it can be quite frightening, and the tour will also include entry into two haunted sites of the city: the Andrew Low House and the Chandlery ship.
234 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Savannah, GA 31401, Phone: 855-245-8992