Looking for a spooky good time in Savannah? Don’t miss the Grave Encounters Tour With Pirates’ House Dinner, which includes exclusive access to the restaurant’s legendary Rum Cellar that was once frequented by real-life pirates. Old Savannah Tours is the ONLY local company offering access to the original Rum Cellar at the Pirates’ House, so this tour is a must-see and your one chance to venture inside this hallowed haunt.
Start your evening with a Grave Encounters trolley tour for a thrilling overview of Savannah’s haunted history. Every night of the week, ghostly guides share tales of murder, voodoo, death, disease and disaster in the Hostess City of the South.
The Grave Encounters Tour includes stories about the Sorrel-Weed House, which is widely considered the most haunted house in Savannah, and the Colonial Park Cemetery, where many Yellow Fever victims were buried.
You’ll also see the iconic Olde Pink House, known for its supernatural activity, and explore the Telfair Academy, Savannah’s oldest public art museum, to enjoy spine-tingling stories. Along the way, you’ll hear lively tales told by some of Savannah’s most illustrious “spirits” – from deceased theater performers to dead pirates – who hop on the trolley to share their morbid tales of misfortune.
After your tour, enjoy a delicious dinner at The Pirates’ House – one of Georgia’s most iconic restaurants, which originally opened in 1753 as an inn for seafarers – and keep your eyes out for paranormal activity. Immortalized by Robert Louis Stevenson in his acclaimed novel Treasure Island, The Pirates’ House once served as a site where patrons were unceremoniously “shanghaied” and woke up to find themselves at sea aboard a working pirate ship.
We enjoyed our trolley tour this weekend! Our guide was great and had a neat voice! We loved the actors that got on and off the trolley at different stops!... read more
Our tour was lovely and our guide was funny and informative. We did the hop-on hop-off and it was very convenient and fun. They would have received 4 stars except... read more
We went to Savannah for the weekend. It was our first time there. The old Savannah Tour was a great way to see the whole area so we knew where... read more
My best friend and I were lucky enough to get Tammie as our tour guide, we lovingly nicknamed her red light Tammie ( if ya know ya know 😉) She... read more
4 years and under are free.