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Is the Marshall House haunted?

Is Savannah’s Marshall House haunted? Dozens of guests and employees of the historic hotel say yes. The beautiful Greek Revival hotel sits on Broughton Street in the heart of Savannah’s Historic District, but the exterior is evocative of something more …

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Savannah’s ghosts fuel plenty of tourism

Savannah’s Ghosts Fuel Plenty of Tourism

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Savannah, Georgia is one of the top tourist destinations on the Eastern seaboard, in large part due to its well-deserved reputation for being a city where the past is perfectly preserved. That tie to …

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Rene Rondolier in Savannah

The Ghost of Rene Rondolier in Savannah

Is the ghost story of Rene Rondolier in Savannah really true? Rene was the seven-foot killer who terrorized Savannah in the early days of the 1800’s, It is a tale that has become …

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Savannah pub crawl story

A Savannah Pub Crawl Story

A Savannah Pub Crawl Story

One of the things I love most about running a Savannah Haunted Pub Crawl is that sometimes the scariest story of the night has nothing to do with hauntings. This Savannah pub crawl story was …

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Our Culinary Tour Partners

Here is a partial list of our culinary tour partners. Ever-expanding and changing, the group of dining establishments we’ve partnered with offers the very best tasting cuisine in Savannah! Our promise to you: no national chains and no theme-park style …

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dueling in savannah

Dueling in Savannah

Dueling in Savannah was once quite commonplace. The practice was sometimes referred to as ‘pistols for two, and coffee for one.’ Starting virtually from the beginning of our colony, the convention of one man facing down an armed adversary continued …

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history of collard greens

What is the History of Collard Greens?

I was recently asked a great question on our food tour in Savannah: “What is the history of collard greens?” Well, greens date back to prehistoric times. They are practically the dinosaurs of edible plants– they’re one of the …

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Nathaniel Greene

Nathanael Greene, Hero of the Revolutionary War

If you happen to stroll through Greene Square, which was laid out in 1799, you cannot help but notice that it honors General Nathanael Greene, an American Revolutionary War soldier. But just who was Greene, and why do …

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Colonial Park Cemetery: Savannah’s Oldest Burying Ground

 Colonial Park Cemetery

Visitors to Savannah naturally have a lot of questions about  Colonial Park Cemetery, located at 201 East Oglethorpe Avenue. It is indeed an intriguing place. It served as the city’s primary burial ground for 103 years, from …

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