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Architectural Tours of Savannah

124 Abercorn St, Oglethorpe Square, Savannah, GA 31401-3732
+1 912-604-6354
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You will learn a lot about architecture. Great Tour

Jonathan does a great job of showing you the most interesting buildings and the story behind them... read more

Reviewed 7 December 2008
porcupine150
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Fort Worth, Texas
Outstanding Introduction to Savannah

Savannah is a true gem of a city, and there's no better way to discover the hidden facets of this... read more

Reviewed 24 November 2008
PaulDorn
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Sacramento, California
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You don't have to be an architect to enjoy the Architectural Tours of Savannah with Jonathan Stalcup. He is author and holds a Master of Architecture degree from SCAD. Jonathan not only knows his stuff design-wise, he makes it really easy for the average tourist to understand how Savannah was born and grew into the beautiful and beautifully singular city it is. He not only stops and points, he brings along visual aids to help you understand how a particular building or square evolved. You won't be bored or even tired- the tour progresses (and walks) through hundreds of years of history at leisurely pace.
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124 Abercorn St, Oglethorpe Square, Savannah, GA 31401-3732
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Reviewed 7 December 2008

Jonathan does a great job of showing you the most interesting buildings and the story behind them with an emphasis on the style of architecture. The tour lasts around 90 minutes and will leave you with a good basic understanding of how Savannah developed and...More

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Reviewed 24 November 2008

Savannah is a true gem of a city, and there's no better way to discover the hidden facets of this urban jewel than a walk with Jonathan. He has done the research, relates the story with wit and wisdom, and is generous with insights into...More

2  Thank PaulDorn
Reviewed 6 November 2008

If you have an interest in architecture, and especially the history of American architecture, this tour is a must. Jonathan is a wealth of knowledge, and in an all-too-quick ninety minutes he manages to give you an appreciation of some of the history of Savannah...More

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Reviewed 23 October 2008

Picture this - an actual walking tour which is informative AND fun! I was really getting sick of hearing the same tired script from bored trolley operators on my 2 month road trip across the states - thankfully I opted to take this tour! Jonathon...More

2  Thank rolyat_au
Reviewed 15 October 2008

I signed up for this tour after reading the reviews here and we were not disappointed. I am usually skeptical of a one person tour company, but Jonathan did a fantastic job. He greeted us all with a warm welcome and provided a brief overview...More

3  Thank Bentrdr
Reviewed 23 September 2008

We took a tour with Jonathan on Friday September 19 and it was very enlightening. His understanding of the different architectural styles and how it blends with Savannah history is quite amazing. Overall a wonderful experience.

2  Thank BK_Travel_Virginia
Reviewed 27 August 2008

Following Jonathan across Savannah is truly an enlightening experience; an opportunity to see the city through the eyes of an informative and good natured expert. Starting from an example of the earliest type of structure and working across the squares to the most modern building...More

3  Thank CarrJL
Reviewed 19 August 2008

Even after living here for over 10 years, Jonathan's tour taught me more about the architecture, history and culture of Savannah than any class I've taken or any other tour. I'm amazed at how much he knows and how much he loves sharing his knowledge...More

3  Thank Rubylizard
Reviewed 30 June 2008

From the start the owner and guide Johnathan returned all our emails and calls when deciding where to go and what to do while in Savannah. Not to many tour industries do that so easily as we have found. We started at some of the...More

6  Thank eveana
Reviewed 25 March 2008

The "Savannah Getting Around" article in TripAdvisor's "Know Before You Go" section begins: "The best way to see a city as beautiful as Savannah, is by foot." Small group walking tours can be found sporting several themes: historical, architectural, Civil War, "The Book", ghosts., and...More

3  Thank TraReveler
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Hnforshee
23 September 2017|
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Response from sarahrodak | Reviewed this property |
The tour covered basic history of some of the squares and the layout of the city. However, if you have more detailed questions about the city, squares or a specific home, he will absolutely be able to answer your questions.
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Judy D
5 February 2017|
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Response from lsdelange | Reviewed this property |
Jonathan could answer the question about a trolley. Personally, I don't see that a trolley would work. I'm sure a electric scooter would be perfect, but I'm not sure where they could be rented. I wonder if Jonathan would... More
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uphappy2016
18 December 2016|
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We began at 10:00 a.m. Refer to his website for the cost. It may change. We loved this tour. It was well worth the money.
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