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A stroller is strongly suggested for small children.
Our tours do not include hotel pick up.
All walking tours follow the rules & regulations of the City of Savannah.
Refreshments are not included.
Look for the Hat with the Blue
Ribbon at Johnson Square
Your Tour Guide
My name is Bruce Kilbourne and I have known Savannah intimately for nearly 50 years, only leaving for Military Service. For the past 20 years I have helped publish over 150 Georgia genealogical reference books that my wife Elizabeth and father-in-law, Tad Evans produce and are for sale at http://www.georgiagenealogy.net
I also owned & operated a contracting business for 25 years & have helped renovate many historic houses & buildings including the Telfair Museum of Art, the Fountain at Forsyth Park, the Savannah Theater, Foley House, historic private homes and several historic buildings now owned by SCAD.
Bruce Kilbourne Tour Guide
Come walk with me and revisit a time of exploration, settlement, revolution and war leading up to the present day city you came to visit. We start and end our tours at the Sun Dial at Johnson Square, Savannah's first square. Our walking tour is 1 1/2 hours to 2 hours and traverses 1 3/4 miles ( 2.82 km )
Our tours start at Johnson Square
..........8:00 AM and 11:00 AM .........
Saturday and Sunday
During our time together I will guide you through Savannah's streets including 7 of the most important squares of Savannah. On our walk you will get to know the founders of Savannah, their connections to each other & how their actions affect you today. Discover why Button Gwinnett & Lachlan McIntosh despised each other and dueled near the Colonial Cemetery.
Some of the homes we will walk by include Juliette Gordon Low's birth place, the Wayne House, the Owens-Thomas House, the Green-Meldrim House, the Hamilton-Turner House, the Sorrel-Weed House, the Habersham House, the Andrew-Low House where Juliette Gordon Low lived upon returning from England and the adjoining Girl Scout Head Quarters where it all started.
We will pass by the Lucas Theater, Christ Church, St. John the Baptist Cathedral, First Baptist Church, Lutheran Church of the Ascension, Independent Presbyterian Church, Scottish Right's building and many more.
Monuments to James Oglethorpe; Tomo Chi Chi, the Creek Indian Chief; Sgt. William Jasper; a Revolutionary War Hero and John Wesley; founder of Methodist Church along with some funny moments in history makes our tour a Savannah Tour to Remember.
Young Adults 12-17 $10.00
Under 12: No Charge
Group rates of 10 or more
Private tours are available starting at 1:00 PM or later.
Saturday and Sunday 8:00 AM and 11:00 AM.
Tours are canceled for Severe Inclement Weather.