Savannah Menu Special

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What better way to spend your time in Savannah than by touring, eating, or visiting one of our attractions. If you purchase two (2) adult Overview or On/Off Historic Tour tickets at retail price we will give you, absolutely free, the SavannahMenu.com VIP Dining Card (a $10.00 value by itself). The SavannahMenu.com VIP Dining Card is good at over 250 restaurants and attractions in and around Savannah.

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Historic Overview Tour and Historic Haunts Tour

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Please Note: The Pirate’s House is closed for the month of January, 2015. This means the tour will not include a visit to the Rum Cellar. The price of the tour has been reduced accordingly. Also, the Dinner Tour will not be available until February. Historic Overview Tour and Historic Haunts Tour With […]

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Historic Haunts Pirates House Tour and Historic On/Off Tour

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Historic Haunts Pirates House Dinner with Rum Cellar (7PM) and Historic On/Off Tour 15% OFF retail pricing (Retail $74.00) This tour includes dinner at the Pirate’s House

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Savannah Experience and Historic Haunts Tour

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Please Note: The Pirate’s House is closed for the month of January, 2015. This means the tour will not include a visit to the Rum Cellar. The price of the tour has been reduced accordingly. Also, the Dinner Tour will not be available until February. Savannah Experience and Historic Haunts Tour With Sorrel-Weed […]

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Historic On/Off – 2 for $44 Cooler Weather Special

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Cooler Weather Special!! Buy two Adult On/Off tours and get both for $44 (Retail $54) .

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Historic On/Off Tour – 2 Day Pass

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Web Only Special!!! 2 day On/Off Historic Tour Pass, Now only $35.00 per person, (Retail $54)

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Historic Sorrel-Weed House

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Revisit the antebellum days of the Old South! Experience this Grand Savannah Home that will intrigue and entice you with her rich and extraordinary atmosphere of southern history, fine antiques, and outstanding architecture. Walk the corridor frequented by a most welcomed guest, General Robert E. Lee, as well as many other famous and wealthy families of the Old South!

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