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Savannah Historic District Civil War History Walking Tour

Highlights
  • Hear little-known Civil War facts during this walking tour of Savannah
  • A guide leads you through the historic district to see Civil War landmarks
  • Learn about the military strategies of the North and the South
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Civil War Walking Tour of Savannah
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Overview
Civil War buffs can research Savannah’s significance, but knowing the history behind each place is easier if you have a guide showing you the way. This Civil War tour in Savannah takes you to some of the most important places from the conflict, including generals’ houses and other buildings from the 1860s. Plus, you’ll learn about military strategies and little-known facts as you walk through Savannah's Historic District.
What to Expect
This Civil War tour meets in Savannah’s Historic District at Reynold Square. Get acquainted with your guide and group, and then take off by foot around the city.

As you walk through the historic district, your guide tells you little-known facts about Savannah’s Civil War history. Pass by homes that belonged to generals and other buildings from the 1860s. Hear stories about the war, and learn about military strategies of both the North and the South. You’ll also get to hear about how civilians at the time of the war dealt with such difficult conditions.

This Civil War walking tour in Savannah ends back at the original meeting spot.
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1 - 5 of 14 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago
Excellent Walking Tour

We had a great experience on the Civil War tour - covered lots of the city, which helps work off dinner from the Ordinary Pub! Our guide KB was excellent, very personable and full of factoids. We learned a great deal about Savannah's cotton and...More

Thank a1963corvette
Reviewed 1 week ago
Not the tour described on the site

While the guide (Kelsey) was pleasant and knowledgeable, the tour ended up not so much about the Civil War and Savannah but miscellaneous factoids about Savannah sites. We signed on for the Civil War stuff of which there was little except Sherman's headquarters, the role...More

1  Thank sandersjohng
Brad S, General Manager at Savannah Walks, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Hello! Thank you for the review! No, we didn’t combine tours but your guide did add a bit of extra history to the tour since no one on the tour had a working background of the history of Savannah and it is a bit of...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Good choice

We have had similar tours in many places of the world and this was one of the good ones. Our guide Kelsey is a very friendly, entertaining and knowledgeable young lady and we enjoyed every minute. Thank you

Thank Michael P
Reviewed 28 July 2018 via mobile
Informative

The walking tour was very informative about the events that happened around Savannah. The history of the people in the statues was explained.

Thank bud7074
Reviewed 27 July 2018 via mobile
Civil War Tour via Groupon

We had a wonderful civil war tour today. It's end of July, and our guide Kelsey Beth, made sure to keep us in the shade for this dropping hot weather. We had a small group, so she was able to take us to the places...More

Thank ffwife2112
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rosemary k
24 August 2018|
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Response from MoRiverCityGirl | Reviewed this property |
We set up a custom/private tour because we had a large enough group, but I think all the tours are about 90 minutes. The guides are easy to work if you are planning for a group.
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Luanne K
23 April 2018|
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How long is the tour? Are there seating areas on tour
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