Civil War Tour

"War is cruelty, there is no use trying to reform it. The crueler it is the sooner it will be over."
Major  General William T. Sherman, in 1864, on his "total war" through Georgia that ended in Savannah.

Discover some of the facts and trivia of the Civil War in Savannah on this 2-hour, medium-pace walking tour. You'll hear from one of our professional and very knowledgeable guides, why Sherman spared 'the Hostess City,' and find out how some of its citizens helped shape both the beginning and final outcome of the war. Learn the history behind some of the mansions that were requisitioned as headquarters for the occupying Union army, as the battles were being fought beyond the city limits. This tour will also include a stop at a local coffee shop for refreshments and a bathroom break. It is strongly recommended that you wear comfortable shoes and bring your camera!

Tour departs Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 10:00 a.m., from the 
Confederate Soldier's Memorial in the center of Forsyth Park, across from the Mansion Hotel. 
Adults - $27.00 plus tax
Children ages 5 - 12 - $18.00 plus tax
Free for pets and children 4 and under, although not recommended unless they're in strollers 
*PLEASE NOTE: There is no shuttle pick up for this tour.

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