Historic Sorrel-Weed House

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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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Savannah Theater Play or Musical

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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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Riverboat Daily Sightseeing Tour

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Relive a bygone era on board one of our riverboats. Hear our captain’s intriguing tales and historic facts as we travel a river once used by the founders of our beautiful city. Learn about the history of Savannah, her port modern day and past, and see the statue of “the waving girl”. Take […]

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Davenport House

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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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Juliette Gordon Low Birth Place

Juliette Gordon Low Tour

The Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace—a Girl Scout national center in Savannah, Georgia—has something to offer everyone. It is the birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low, founder of Girl Scouts of the USA, who was affectionately known by her family and friends as “Daisy.” Built in 1821, the house has been elegantly restored to reflect […]

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Andrew Low House

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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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Jepson Center

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Devoted to the art of today, the contemporary Jepson Center links Telfair’s future with its past, unifying the museum’s three distinct sites.

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Telfair Academy

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Designed by British architectural prodigy William Jay in the neoclassical Regency style, the Telfair Academy is a former mansion built from 1818-1819 for Alexander Telfair, son of Revolutionary War patriot and Georgia governor Edward Telfair.

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Owens Thomas House

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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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Jepson/Telfair/Owens Thomas Combo Passes

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Purchase any combination of 2 of the Telfair Museums offerings for the discounted price of $22.

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