Holly Days Are Here – Part 3
Holiday Sights Tour
If you love seeing the lights on display during the holiday season this is your best chance to take a fun trip around the city and see it lit up by the warm whites, glowing greens and rich reds. Both adults and kids can hop aboard this old town trolley that starts on Boundary Street and features to two stops, Isaiah Davenport House and the Massie Heritage Center along the way. Inside the bus you will be greeted and entertained by a host of Christmas elves who are here to answer your questions, show you the sights and make you laugh as you circle Savannah. Join in with the songs of the season as you pass the historic sights of the city and help spread cheer in a trolley full of fun.
Enchanted Princess Winter Wonderland Ball
Over the Savannah river is a place that many dream about but rarely ever get to visit, this festive season the magic that is usually reserved for movies and animations comes right into town and brings with it the stars of the show. This event is for every little girl who watched a Princess and wished she was one of them, because here they will get to meet and greet the famous faces from their favourite films and fairy tales. Hours of activities are included here as Princesses such as Snow White, Rapunzel, Cinderella and more will be at hand to teach all the apprentice princesses the appropriate etiquette. As well as tips on how to curtsey, bow and dance just like they do on screen, everyone will enjoy meals together that include tea, sandwiches and a selection of desserts. And the wonder doesn’t stop here, as visitors will leave with their very own gift ready to put under the tree.
Christmas Tour at the Tybee Island Light Station
This historic location turns the clocks back to the early 1930’s for December as team here takes guests on a tour of the Island as it would have been nearly 100 years ago. Adorned with the sparkle of Christmas lights this area becomes extra cozy as the staff guide you through what life was like in the earlier days of the island, which were shard by many military families of Fort Screven. The islands most well known and prominent feature of course is the lighthouse, this unmissable monolith reaching out into the sky is a mark of history all on its own. During the nights here folk on the tour can climb all the way up its 178 steps to get a beautiful view of not just the moonlight sky over the sea but of the light filled festivities back in town. All of this comes along with some snacks and some hot drinks to keep you toasty while you wander round the open air, get ready to have some hot cider as you enjoy the carols that flood the island air with that Christmas feeling.