- Available to local schools
- Fully narrated trolley tour of Savannah’s Historic District
Savannah boasts the largest National Landmark Historic District in the nation, as Georgia’s first city. Students will learn over 275 years of Savannah’s history from our experienced guides in this exciting tour. Trolley tours can be customized to match your specific studies. Learn about the Civil War, rich African American history and Savannah’s role in Georgia’s history and everything in between. Contact us to get started.
Give Us 90 Minutes and we will show you over 275 Years of Savannah’s History. As you travel through the Historic & Victorian Districts of Savannah, you will ride down cobblestone paved streets, around beautiful historic squares beneath moss-draped oaks lined with stately mansions and historic churches and along the famous River Street Riverfront.
Old Fort Jackson is a must-see National Historic Landmark offering daily cannon firings and exciting interactive programs for adults, kids and families! Only minutes away from historic downtown Savannah, you can experience unique views of Savannah’s riverfront and walk on the grounds of one of the oldest brick fortifications on the East Coast.
The Massie Heritage Center strives to create a greater appreciation of Savannah’s rich cultural heritage by preserving the historic Massie School as an interactive exhibit space and educational facility where both students and the general public can participate in interpretive programs that are designed to stimulate curiosity and to help achieve academic goals.
Join a marine science educator on a guided walk on Tybee’s south or north beach. Learn about the dynamics of the barrier islands of Georgia, the importance of the intertidal zone, the forces behind tides and waves, and sand dune formation.Identify the wildlife that live in and around the ocean and discuss the impact of marine debris and shoreline development.
Savannah has a long, vibrant history. And with this history comes years of hauntings, stories of which are well known throughout the city today. Learn the stories behind many haunted places through downtown Savannah on this Haunted History Tour.
The National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force places a high priority on educational programs for school groups and other visitors. The Museum plays an integral role within the educational community; over 20,000 students participate in annual field trips to the Museum. The National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force is pleased to incorporate the Character Counts! program into all of its museum tours and programs. The Museum was officially recognized in 2003 by the State of Georgia as a Center for Character Education. The Mighty Eighth realized that we have thousands of stories within our museum and archives that demonstrate strong admirable character traits and we needed to be able to share those stories with every person we could and Character Counts! helps us to reach this goal.
UGA Marine Extension and Georgia Sea Grant provide research, education, training and science-based outreach to assist Georgia in solving problems and realizing opportunities for its coastal and marine environments.
We are a complete light station whose history dates back to 1736. The tower stands 145 feet tall and has three Light Keeper’s Cottages nearby. A small 1812 Summer Kitchen holds archaeological finds. Across the street is an 1899 Military Battery that houses the Tybee Island Museum. Exhibits cover the time of the Euchee tribe, the history of Fort Screven, Tybee’s Golden Era and more. A yellow raised cottage adjacent to the property showcases 1900s Tybee architecture.