Experience the beautiful, waterfront city of Savannah, Georgia with Son Tours. From River Street to Fort Jackson, the “Hostess City of the South” is one of the top tour and leisure destinations in the United States. On this three-day tour, your group will visit the enriching, historical sites of one of America’s oldest cities and leave with memories that will last a lifetime.
Why Choose Son Tours for Your Tour?
All our tours are completely coordinated and supervised by licensed guides for each area of travel. With Son Tours, you get customized and flexible itineraries, reliable and knowledgeable tour guides, easy payment options, and much more! Our Georgia-based tour company is completely dedicated to ensuring that our trip experiences are fun, enriching, and safe.
River Street: Eat, drink, shop, and explore in the heart of historic Savannah. From candy shops and to art galleries, a stroll down River Street offers an unforgettable waterfront experience.
Tybee Island: Spend an afternoon on the beach just 20 minutes from downtown Savannah and have lunch at Tybee Island Pavilion.
Mighty Eight Museum: Experience the national museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force, which preserves the stories of courage and patriotism of the Eighth Air Force from World War II. Hear the enriching stories that the museum holds alongside a knowledgeable guide.
Prohibition Museum: Immerse yourself in the Roaring ‘20s at this interactive Prohibition Museum with displays on Women’s Right to Vote and the ban on alcohol from 1920-1933.
Pirate House: Have dinner at the historic Pirate House Restaurant established in 1753 and located in downtown Savannah. Known for a delicious menu of Southern-style food in the heart of the city.
Forsyth Park Fountain: Visit and take a photo in front of one of Savannah’s most well-known icons.
Old Fort Jackson: Visit this must-see National Historic Landmark, a beautifully preserved fort along the Savannah River and Georgia’s oldest standing brick fortification. Experience a demonstration of Civil War training, drills, and artillery with a cannon firing.
Dolphin Spotting Boat Tour: Watch bottle-nosed dolphins playing in their natural habitat. The dolphins will frequently come right up to the boat!
Massie Heritage Center: Visit Savannah’s first public schoolroom depicted from 1856, learn why James Edward Oglethorpe laid out Savannah as he did, and view an exhibit on the architectural styles of Savannah buildings.
First African Church: Visit the oldest black church in North America. Since it was organized in 1773 by Reverend George Leile, the church even predates the United States’ official formation in 1776.
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