Enjoy Durham Farms’ Festival of Lights and Music this Holiday Season in Savannah

Have an old fashioned Christmas celebration with Durham Farms during their Festival of Lights and Music. This exciting event takes place December 4th through the 11th at the riverside of Dunham Farms. Guests will be awed to by the gorgeous setting on the riverside with ancient oak trees strung with lights and will love the fun activities available like wagon rides, historic house tours, crafts, and square dancing. This event offers guests 30 acres of adventure and holiday cheer!

While you’re in Savannah, make sure you get a taste of the Southern cooking that the city is known for with the Savannah Foody Tour. This tour will lead you through some of the hottest dining and shopping areas in the city. You will get to try local foods that are made purely from local products as well as some goods that are imported to the city to be added to the city’s most delicious dishes. Collard greens, gourmet chocolates, and fried chicken are just a few of the favorites you may get try as you are led through the city.

Of course, the history of the city is just as famous as the food, and you can learn all about the great history of the city with the Historic On / Off Trolley Tour. This fun tour allows you to explore the city at your own pace. You can get on and off the trolley at the places you’re interested in and skip the places you already know about or have already visited. The trolley has 14 stops including Savannah Visitors Center and Mulberry Inn. This tour is perfect for guests who want to customize their sightseeing experience.

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