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History & Architecture Tours

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As featured on HGTV’s ” If Walls Could Talk”, and dubbed “A must see” by the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation and SCAD VAC Architectural Committee, come revisit the days of the antebellum South, by experiencing the Sorrel Weed House Museum. This Grand Savannah home will intrigue and entice you with her rich and extraordinary atmosphere of southern history, fine antiques, and outstanding architecture. Walk the same halls frequented by a most welcomed guest, General Robert E. Lee as well as one who was not as welcomed, General William T. Sherman!

Opened to the public in January 1940 by the Society for the Preservation of Savannah Landmarks, which later became the Historic Savannah Foundation, the Sorrel-Weed Mansion was one of the first homes in the State of Georgia to be designated a State landmark.

If you want to be fully immersed by the culture of the antebellum South as well as take in breathtaking architecture and period antiques, come see why the Sorrel-Weed House is one of the most architecturally significant homes in the United States.

Tours run daily 10am-4pm
60 minutes
$10
Call us at (912) 257-2223 for daily tour times.

Reserve Tickets

Introducing our NEW History & Architecture Tour Schedule Coming SPRING 2018

Introducing our NEW History & Architecture Tour Schedule Coming SPRING 2018

History of Architecture

History of Sorrel Weed

History of Madison Square

History of Architecture

History of Sorrel Weed

History of Madison Square