Historic Sorrel-Weed House

Revisit the antebellum days of the Old South! Experience this Grand Savannah Home that will intrigue and entice you with her rich and extraordinary atmosphere of southern history, fine antiques, and outstanding architecture. Walk the corridor frequented by a most welcomed guest, General Robert E. Lee, as well as many other famous and wealthy families of the Old South!

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Webb Military Museum

The Webb Military Museum honors our servicemen from all wars and branches. The Webb Military Museum highlights the history of all wars from the Civil War to Desert Storm. Paying homage to our heroes of yesterday and today, the Webb Museum is sure to provide you with a wealth of history as well as provide you with a sense of what our soldiers go through to serve our country.

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Harper Fowlkes House

This beautiful home is a lesser known but incredibly special place. Saunter through the romantic garden or get your eyes full of genuine antiques. Don’t miss the chance to learn about a woman before her time, Alida Harper Fowlkes. The 19th century Greek Revival mansion is open for tours Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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Savannah Theater Play or Musical

The home of Return to the 50’s, Broadway on Bull Street, and A Christmas Tradition. Award-winning singers, dancers and live band take you on a musical journey in downtown Savannah’s favorite entertainment attraction! All pricing is for adult tickets. Children’s tickets are available but no discounts are extended. Some tours and attractions require […]

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Davenport House

This fine Federal-style home was completed by master-builder Isaiah Davenport as his family residence in 1820. Authentically restored, the house museum features original plasterwork, a cantilever staircase and furnishings true to the 1820s. The site also features a courtyard garden that was originally a Bicentennial project of the Trustees’ Garden Club and was […]

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Andrew Low House

The classically designed Andrew Low House sits on the southwest trust lot on Lafayette Square in the beautiful port city of Savannah, Georgia. The square was named after a Revolutionary War hero and the trust lot was the former site of the old jail. In 1847 the wealthy cotton factor Andrew Low chose […]

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Owens Thomas House

If you purchase an Owens-Thomas House ticket, you also get free admission to the Telfair Academy and the Jepson Center. The Owens-Thomas House is considered by architectural historians to be one of the finest examples of English Regency architecture in America. Inspired by classical antiquity, this style of architecture takes its name from England’s King George IV, who ruled as Prince Regent from 1811 to 1820.

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Discover Savannah Girl Scout Tour

Girl Scouts

Home of the Girl Scouts
Whether you are here for the day or a week, we can help make your visit to Savannah an experience you’ll never forget. We offer full itinerary packages custom designed to your needs.

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