Custard & Old Town Trolley Tours


Its no secret that Savannah has a lot to offer in terms of great site seeing and fascinating history. And as walkable as the city is, it can be a daunting task to try to see all the spots on your own, not to mention all the history that you may miss. Hoping on one of the Old Town Trolley Tours is a great way to see the city, hear all the awesome stories, while also staying cooler in the hot months! 

Earlier this summer, the Custard crew got the chance to do a really awesome photoshoot with our friends at Old Town Trolley Tours! We were picked up on Whitaker Street by Bobbi Renee, one of their vendor reps, and Andrew, who is their operations manager, and off we went! 
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Despite being a resident of Savannah for over 5 years now, neither Zac or I had ever been on one of the trollies, so as you can imagine, we were very excited! 
Our first stop was the Andrew Low House, the birthplace of Girl Scouts founder Juliette Gordon Low. The house was built in 1848, and has a beautiful garden surrounding the property! These flowy, high waisted sailor shorts were the perfect bottoms for the heat that day! (Shop the shorts HERE)
We love the detail/color of these old gates! (Shop the cuff HERE)
Next up was the Owens-Thomas house and we couldn't help but to get a photo in front of their beautiful green ironwork! Built in 1819, this house is one of the nations greatest examples of Regency style architecture. 
The Colonial Cemetery, located in the heart of downtown, was our last stop. Personally, this was my favorite stop, and one of my favorite spots here in Savannah. You can often find Zac and I there on our walks before work or strolling through in the evenings.
(If seeing all the spookier sights Savannah has to offer sounds like the tour for you, check out the Ghosts and Gravestone tour from Old Town Trolley! )
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So if you are planning a visit to Savannah, or even if you are a local, and are interested in the trolley tours, go to www.trolleytix.com and enter our promo code 8873 for a discount! 
A big thank you to Bobbie Renee for setting this up for us, and Andrew for giving us the grand tour! 
Hope to see you all very soon! 
Madison