Savannah Holiday Tour
December 7-11, 2022
Experience the bygone days of gracious southern living during the holiday season. Savannah, one of America’s oldest and most unique cities, provides a charming escape where iconic 19th-century mansions adorn the streets and live oaks, dripping with Spanish moss, fill the squares. Here, the past is forever present yet the future unveils itself in the abundant art galleries, museums, and artist studios. We’ll delve into the local cuisine—a mixture of long-held tradition and the sea—while enjoying time-honored hospitality and mint juleps on the porch.
One of the highlights of our time in Savannah will be the Holiday Tour of Homes and Historic Inns. This intimate experience invites you behind the doors of some of the town’s most beautiful residences, festively decorated for the season.
Our accommodations will be at the Forsyth Park Inn. Built in 1893, this once private home combines old-world charm with modern conveniences. Many of the rooms as well as the colorful veranda overlook its namesake park with picturesque fountains and often-photographed trees.
$1750 per person, double occupancy,
large park view room
$1650 per person, double occupancy, courtyard-facing room
$400 single supplement
Deadline to register: October 15
Our Savannah tour includes 4 nights at the historic Forsyth Park Inn, all ground transportation after arriving to the inn, all group activities, cooking class, and all meals specified in the itinerary accompanied by non-alcoholic beverages. House wine will be included with dinners.
A $500 deposit is required to secure your place in the Savannah tour. Since the number of participants is limited and accommodations vary, early registration is advised. Suites and larger rooms will be allocated on a first-to-register basis.
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A Low Country Christmas
Arrive to Savannah and the historic Forsyth Park Inn. Meet your fellow travelers on the veranda for cocktails and hors d’oeuvres before a dinner of local specialties.
Discover the sights and secrets of this charming town on a walking tour through the many squares and picturesque streets. Tour the exquisite Mercer-Williams House, former home of Jim Williams, the noted art collector and preservationist whose story is told in the book and movie The Garden of Good and Evil. Lunch on classic southern dishes at the famed Mrs. Wilkes House before enjoying free time to wander on your own. Cooking class dinner featuring shrimp and grits.
Local Culture & Cuisine
Explore the beautiful Bonaventure Cemetery with our local guide, hearing about the families buried beneath the opulent headstones. Then we’re off to Wormsloe Plantation, the oldest standing structure in Savannah. Walk through the stunning live oak canopy entrance to the period museum that interprets life in the 18th-century. Waterside lunch at the Crab Shack on Tybee Island; dessert with a sampling tour at Byrd Cookie Company, a Savannah tradition since 1924. Before heading back to town, we’ll visit the Pin Point Heritage Museum to learn about the Gullah/Geechee culture. Free evening.
Peruse the historic homes and inns on the Holiday Tour at your own pace. Free afternoon to discover the riverfront, pop into the many galleries and shops, or visit some of the town’s renowned museums. Dinner at the Old Pink House.
Enjoy our last memorable breakfast together at the inn before returning home.
Itinerary subject to change depending on local festivals and concerts.
Please note all tour participants are required to be fully vaccinated.