History and Architecture Tour

Featured on HGTV and a described a “must see” by the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, come experience the Sorrel Weed House & Carriage House Museum and revisit the days of the Antebellum South! This Grand Savannah home will intrigue and entice you with her rich and extraordinary atmosphere of southern history, fine antiques and outstanding architecture.

The home, built by Charles Clusky in the 1830’s for wealthy French Hatian merchant Francis Sorrel, was host to well known guests like Robert E. Lee and the Sorrel family’s many famed parties. The Sorrel Weed House quickly became known as one of the most significant homes in the United States and was the first home in the State of Georgia to be designated a State landmark.

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History of Sorrel Weed

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