Rich Southern Charm and History to Match

Map of Savannah

Stroll through a city full of fun facts and attractions

Take a walking tour through the historic district and see the scenic parks and architecture or enjoy some amazing southern food, everything about Savannah has a charm you won’t forget.

  1. The Historic District Tours


    Savannah’s history is a major part of its charm and our bus station is right in the heart of one of the best parts of this iconic city. The city has a Historic District with 22 park squares to stroll through with its own culture including art, concerts, museums, gourmet restaurants, and plenty of history to take in. If you’re wanting a more in-depth view of the city, taking one of the famous tours will be the perfect place to start.

    Address: 301 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Savannah, GA 30334

    Stroll the city with the expert on all things Savannah. The legend known as "Savannah Dan" is a man of many hats such as history buff, photographer, US Veteran, morning radio show host, and former Deputy Sheriff, which gives him more than enough credentials to be your tour guide. The Savannah Dan Walking Tours start at the Johnson Square where Dan acts as the perfect tour guide, taking you to some of the most iconic places the city has to offer, like the park bench seen in the famous film Forrest Gump. He also knows all the best restaurants, local hangouts, and night spots to make sure your stay is as charming as the city he loves.

    Address: 2 E Bryan St, Savannah, GA 31401

    Savannah is the most haunted city in the country and The Ghost & Gravestones Tours make sure you see all the spooky sights. You’ll start the tour on the trolley of doom to drive past ancient cemeteries and the sites of the bloodiest battlegrounds in history where, it’s said, you’ll hear the echoes of the battle. The Andrew Low House is the first stop, where there have been several reports of paranormal activity such a furniture moving on its own and old staff members appearing on more than one occasion.

    Address: 301 E River St, Savannah, GA 31401

  2. Sweets and Spirits


    Less than a five-minute walk from our current bus station, you can step into our past to enjoy the excellent cuisine at one of the most travel-worthy restaurants in the country. The Grey was a 1938 Greyhound Bus Terminal, that was eventually abandoned but has now been transformed into a hub for transporting flavorful cuisine into the bellies of patrons. The daily menu features a culmination of global flavors with plenty of lunch and dinner options, but their infamous Sunday Supper menu is sure to always leave you satisfied.

    Address: 109 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Savannah, GA 31401

     There is only one museum in the country that's dedicated to the prohibition era and taking a step into the building is like walking back in time; The American Prohibition Museum. The exhibits represent a timeline of the nation’s split decision on alcohol consumption from the 1850s to the 1930s. Of course, there are options for you to partake in a few libations while you’re visiting. When you enter the speakeasy, whisper a password at the door and you’ll unlock a whole new world where a bartender will greet you with 1920s inspired cocktails and serve up the delicious history behind each of them.

    Address: 209 W St. Julian St, Savannah GA 31401

    Lulu’s Chocolate Bar has the best sweets in Savannah, GA and they live up to the hype. The decadent desserts and cocktails paired with the glamorous ambiance make the perfect place to party, relax, or cure your sweet tooth cravings. All of the desserts are made from scratch and there’s a full-service bar that will make any cocktail you desire, but trying the Lulutini made with their own in-house sipping chocolate is a must.

    Address: 42 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Savannah, GA 31401

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