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Savannah Ghost Tours: Insider tips before you go

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There are many types of Savannah Ghost Tours, so be sure to explore your options before settling on one. From Ghost Walking Tours, to Trolley, Carriage, and even a hearse there are as many ways to hear Savannah Ghost Stories as there are stories! Depending on what you want, each of these types can be good in their own way. …

Bonaventure Cemetery And It’s Amazing Stories

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Bonaventure Cemetery is an amazing location. It’s a sight to see. So many people visit this history cemetery and very few do not experience something. Bonaventure Cemetery is home to little Gracie Watson. Arguably it’s most famous inhabitant. From her plaque she died of pneumonia at the age of 6 and it’s said that she haunts the statue that sits …

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Visit Savannah GA For Haunted Savannah Tours

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Why take our Haunted Savannah Tours when you visit Savannah GA? Simple… Some families plan their vacations to visit Savannah GA months ahead of time and the one thing they always do is take our famous Haunted Savannah Tours. We were the first to offer real paranormal evidence on our ghost tours for those folks who visit Savannah GA. We’ve …

Ghost tours in Savannah and the 1790 Inn

17 Hundred 90 Inn

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A Haunted History At 306 East President St. sits one of the more unique stops on our ghost tours in Savannah. The 1790 Inn and Tavern, or more officially, the 17 Hundred 90 Inn is one of the oldest hotels in all of Savannah. It was built in 1820 and designed by Steele White, a planter from Virginia, with intentions …

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Savannah Theater

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A Historic Theater Join us on a Savannah Ghost Tour, and take a visit by the old Savannah Theater. The Savannah Theater is the oldest, continually operating theater in the United States. It opened it’s doors back in December of 1818 and was designed by William Jay in the Regency style of architecture. The opening night featured a comedy “The …

St. Patrick’s Day in Savannah

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Parking during the Festivities is very limited, View the Parking and Transportation Page for help. This year the St. Patrick’s Day Parade will be held on Tuesday, March 17. As is tradition, the Parade begins at 10:15 a.m. following celebration of Mass at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. About the Parade The parade begins at the corner of …