The Savannah Theater where Alexander Stephens, the Vice President of the Confederacy delivered his famous “Cornerstone Speech” and where some claim that John Wilkes Booth concocted his plan to kidnap President Lincoln and members of his cabinet.
The Green-Meldrim House where General Sherman stayed while he occupied Savannah. Several important decisions and actions occurred in the house. The famous telegram to President Lincoln, Special Field Order Number 15, and the Freedman’s Bureau.
The March to the Sea
Laurel Grove and Bonaventure Cemeteries are the resting place to over 1,000 Confederate soldiers and 15 Confederate Generals.
Stories about the lives of many influential mean and women from Savannah that impacted the Civil War.
Wise Guys Tips
Get the most out of your walking tour!
We recommend wearing comfortable shoes and bringing a water bottle with you to make sure you stay hydrated!
Downtown Savannah, Georgia
Hours of Operation
Monday thru Saturday
8:30 am – 8:30 pm