Please note the following information and guidelines which have been established to protect the interiors and furnishing of the homes on tour and ensure an enjoyable experience for all tour guests. Do you have a question that we've missed? Email us: TourDirector@dnaholidaytour.com
Where does the Tour take place?
The Holiday Tour of Homes, Savannah, GA takes place in private homes
graciously opened to the public by generous Savannah owners.
How do I buy tickets?
Online or at Tour Headquarters the Friday evening before or the morning of the Tour.
Where is Tour Headquarters?
Tour Headquarters is at the Massie Heritage Center on Calhoun Square. Click here for directions.
How much does the Tour Cost?
Tickets are $50 per person + a handling fee for online orders.
Does the Tour sell out?
Yes! The number of Tickets is limited to protect historic interiors and ensure a pleasant experience.
There is on street parking available along the Tour route as well as in Savannah parking garages for a fee. NOTE: You do not have to pay parking meters on Saturdays in Savannah.
Is there transportation?
Because the homes and tour sites are in close proximity to each other, transportation is not provided. Walking allows you to take in Savannah’s historic scenery.
What if I don’t want to walk?
Our Tour Partner, Savannah Pedicab is available throughout the Landmark District. For a small fee, a pedicab will drive you from home to home.
Is the Tour wheelchair accessible?
Most historic homes in Savannah are high-stooped with 8 to 12 steps to climb and, as such, are not accessible by wheelchairs. The Massie Heritage Center is accessible.
What should I wear?
High-heeled shoes are not allowed on the tour, as they may damage the historic wood floors. Wear appropriate walking shoes which are much more comfortable/safer for Savannah’s uneven streets.
Can I bring my kids?
Well-supervised children are welcome but babies, children which are carried
by parents, and strollers are not allowed inside the historic homes.
Can I take pictures or video?
Out of respect for our homeowners and residents, please no photography or videotaping inside the homes.