20734
Georgia
A Savannah Christmas Season Celebration
Absorb the sights, sounds and tastes of Christmas in Savannah as you enjoy a “Holiday Tour of Homes,” sample seasonal cuisine and attend a show at one of the nation’s oldest theaters.
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Program No. 20734RJ
Length
6 days
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1,149

At a Glance

Federal-style homes decorated in period trimmings, musical celebrations of holiday favorites and time-honored southern traditions — experience the magic of the holiday season, Savannah-style! Learn about the holiday customs of days gone by as you visit beautifully decorated historic homes that once belonged to notable historic Savannah residents and enjoy a holiday musical extravaganza at a local historic theater.
Activity Level
Keep the Pace
Walking up to 1.5 miles per day over uneven terrain, cobblestones; stairs in historic buildings; getting on/off coach bus.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Enjoy visiting beautiful historic homes decorated for the holidays and open exclusively for Savannah’s annual “Holiday Tour of Homes.”
  • Visit the historic Isaiah Davenport House and delight in a presentation on holiday traditions of the period.
  • Experience Savannah’s most popular, grand theatrical presentation, “A Christmas Tradition,” in one of the country’s oldest, continually running theaters.
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Christopher Hendricks
Chris Hendricks is a native of Winston-Salem, N.C., and stayed there to be educated at Wake Forest University, where he majored in history and English. He went on to graduate school at William and Mary and specialized in Colonial American history. At William and Mary, he held an apprenticeship in historical archeology, and worked for the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. Chris taught for a year at the University of Alabama in Huntsville before coming to Armstrong in 1993.

Please note: This expert may not be available for every date of this program.

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