PLAN YOUR TOUR DAY

 

The following information and guidelines have been established to protect the interiors and

furnishing of the homes on tour and ensure an enjoyable experience for all our tour guests. 

 

 

 

Parking

There is on-street parking available along the Tour route as well as in Savannah parking garages for a fee. Meters are enforced on Saturdays except south of Liberty Street.  The City of Savannah is changing some parking terms and we will update this information as needed. For up-to-date information on parking, the city provides information HERE.  There is a helpful app that allows you to pay for parking via your smart phone.  Click HERE for information on the City of Savannah Parking App.
 

Complimentary parking is available in these lots: 

  • Andrew Low House (Corner of Charlton & Drayton Streets)

  • St Johns Church (Charlton & Whitaker Streets across from the Green-Meldrim House)

Free City Shuttle Bus

The City of Savannah provides a free shuttle service to get around the Landmark Historic District and also to cross the river.  For information on the routes provided, click HERE.

The Tour is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

Most historic homes in Savannah are high-stooped with 8 to 12 steps to climb and, as such, are not accessible by wheelchairs. 

 

 

No photography or video allowed.

Out of respect for our homeowners and residents, please no photography or videotaping

inside the homes.

 

No high-heeled shoes

High-heeled shoes are not allowed on the tour, as they may damage the historic wood floors.

 

Refund Policy: Due to the fundraising nature of the Holiday Tour of Homes, we do not offer

refunds. Should you need to transfer your ticket to a friend, please contact us to make

appropriate arrangements.

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Does the Tour sell out?
Yes! The number of tickets is limited to protect historic interiors and ensure a pleasant experience.   

 

How will I know where the tour homes are located?

Home locations will be posted  on our Tour Buddy App at noon, December 4th.  You will get directions regarding this download after you purchase your tickets on Event Brite. For those who do not wish to download the Tour Buddy App, the homes will be listed in the Tour Guidebook distributed at Tour Headquarters the day of the tour.  ALL tour participants MUST come to Tour Headquarters to pick up their wrist band, your ticket to each home.  Tour Headquarters is located at the Jepson Center for the Arts, located, 207 W. York Street, and opens at 8:30 a.m. the day of the tour.  

 

Is there transportation included?
Because the homes and tour sites are in close proximity to each other, transportation is not provided. Walking allows you to take in Savannah’s historic scenery. Please see the suggested parking options above. 

 

What if I don’t want to walk?
An added option this year is the ability to purchase a ticket on one of Savannah's Old Town Trolley buses.  The charge is $10 for a round-trip ticket and is not transferable.  The Trolley will run between headquarters and the Massie Heritage Center which is centrally located to the homes, inns, and museums.  You can purchase tickets for this special Home Tour Trolley at our EventBrite sight when you purchase your tour tickets.  You can also purchase a full day Trolley Tour tickets not associated with the Home Tour from Old Savannah Tours.  Their full day passes have on-off privileges and are a wonderful way to see the rest of Savannah.  Go to https://www.oldsavannahtours.com/ to learn more about their tours.  

 

Another tour partner, Savannah Pedicab, is available throughout the Landmark District. For a fee of $150 you can hire a personal pedicab to take you from home to home throughout the tour day. Click HERE to contact Savannah Pedicab and for more information. 

 

What should I wear?
Wear appropriate walking shoes which are much more comfortable/safer for Savannah’s uneven streets.

 

Can I bring my kids?
Well-supervised children are welcome but must pay the full ticket price. Children can be carried by parents, but strollers are not allowed inside the historic homes.

 

Where should I eat?

There are scores of restaurants in walking distance of the Tour route. And we ask that you please visit the restaurants who advertised with us. They are listed in our tour booklet are featured on the Tour Buddy app!
 

What is there to do before and after the Tour?

From shopping to exploring Savannah's historic sites, there's plenty to do while you're in town! Take a look here to explore events happening over Tour weekend.

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