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6, 8, and 10pm nightly.
We offer tours almost every night of the year. Whenever you’re in Savannah, we’d love to take you on a tour.
Unfortunately not. Our times are set.
We can see if any of our drivers are available to do a 4 o’clock or earlier tour, but we can’t guarantee it.
Yes, if you’re 21 or older. We do not provide drinks, but you’re welcome to bring some, and/or ask your driver to make a bar stop.
Yes. They’re first-come, first-served.
You have until 24 hours prior to your tour to reschedule (availability permitting), alter the number of people in your party, or cancel and receive a refund. After that 24-hour deadline you can still reschedule, but you’ll have to pay for your tour a second time, and you can still remove people from your party or cancel altogether, but you won’t get a refund.
It’s $25 per person plus tax, due at time of booking. We ask that you bring cash the evening of your tour to tip your driver.
Absolutely! We happily take bachelorette parties on tours. We only book bachelorette parties as private tours, so plan accordingly when you’re looking to book your tour. (Bachelor parties are welcome, too. Also only private.)
A private tour ensures that your group is the only group on the hearse. The cost is $200 plus tax, and we ask that you bring cash the evening of your tour to tip your driver.
Each hearse seats 8 people, and we have multiple hearses. So if you have more than 8 people, we can take your group, but they’ll be in more than one hearse. Please bear in mind, though, that the city doesn’t allow the hearses to follow each other, so you’ll get two entirely separate tours. If you’ve booked a private tour and show up with more than 8 people, the additional people you bring will not have seats on the hearse. If you have a public tour and show up with more people than you reserved for, and didn’t call in advance to see if we had room for them, they may not have seats on the hearse.
No. There are limited locations in Savannah’s Historic District where we can legally load passengers aboard our hearses. Private residences/rental homes are not included in these locations.
Our pick up locations are:
You’ll also want to leave plenty of time to find parking, as parking in the Historic District can be…problematic.
Absolutely! Keep in mind, though, that we can’t secure car seats, so for really young children you’ll need to hold them in your lap.
Your dogs are absolutely welcome on Private Viewings.
All the cemeteries in the area are closed by the time we start our tours for the evening.
We only operate in Savannah’s Historic District.
The places you’ll see on our tours are private homes and businesses we don’t own. So plan on being in the hearse for your whole tour.
You’ll go to many places in the Historic District, but as we’re an unscripted tour we can’t be more specific than that. Each driver has their own route and stories, and many of the drivers vary their tour from week to week or even night to night.
Probably. Seats on the hearses are on a first-come, first-served basis. If we have the capability of letting you ride on the same hearse as your friend who has their own reservation, we’ll be happy to set that up for you. You need to call us (912-695-1578) to let us know, however. If you don’t call us, we’ll have no clue that you want us to put you together, if it’s even possible. If you’re trying to ride with someone who already has a reservation, the easiest way to ensure you’re all together – if we have the seats available – is to have the person who’s already booked a Viewing call us and add however many people are in your group to their reservation.