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  • 100% full admission to the top tours and attractions.
  • Over 30 attractions to choose from (view included tours below).
  • Same tour…same experience as if buying direct from the tour company.
  • Easily make reservations for tours in advance after purchase with the Mobile Pass you’ll receive.
  • Skip the ticket lines access. Just present your Mobile Pass!
  • There are 2 categories of tours, Featured and Standard:
    • Featured: The number of feature tour reservations per person is determined by the number of day pass you purchase (1 day – 3 days).
      • Number allowed is in total…not per day. (For example: 3-Day Pass choose a total of 4 featured…not 4 per day)
    • Standard: Visit as many as you wish (no limit) for the number of day pass you purchase (1 day – 3 days).
    • See chart below.

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  • Within seconds after purchase you’ll receive the Mobile Pass which helps you organize, plan and make reservations before you arrive.
  • It’s best to make reservations as early as possible to secure the most desirable tour times which can fill up fast. Instantly after purchase you can make tour reservations for when you’re visiting.
  • View tour availabilities before purchasing a pass. Visit this page and search the dates you’ll be visiting: Featured Tour Availability Search
  • Only certain Featured Tours require reservations. Standard attractions do not require reservations. Just show your pass for entry!
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  • You can save 40% or more off of retail ticket prices by visiting a reasonable number of tours.
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Break-even by visiting just 2 attractions per day.
  • The more you do the more you save.
  •  It’s easy to visit more since Charleston attractions are close to each other.

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  • Everything is paid for with Tour Pass. Don’t worry about what an attraction costs to visit..just go and have fun. 
  • No research needed. Only the top tours are allowed on Tour Pass.
  • Stay organized with the Mobile Pass you’ll receive where you can make reservations, includes maps and detailed info.

Visiting Savannah Soon?

Tour times can fill up fast. With Tour Pass you can make tour reservations now for when you’re visiting. 

Featured Attractions

Most featured require advance reservations and limited by pass duration purchased

Featured Attractions are more expensive.

  • Reservations are typically required which are easily made with the Mobile Pass you’ll receive after purchase.
  • Transportation to attractions is not provided unless you choose the Hop On/Off Trolley as a Featured selection.
  • The number of featured tour reservations per person is determined by the number of day pass purchased 

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tour pass tour selection grid 3 days

Notice: This attraction does not have shows daily. Visit their website to see if there’s a show the days you’d like to visit Savannah

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The Savannah Theatre, first opened in 1818 and is located on Chippewa Square in Savannah, Georgia, is one of the United States’ oldest continually-operating theatres. The structure has been both a live performance venue and a movie theater. Since 2002, the theatre has hosted regular performances of a variety of shows, primarily music revues.
 
History
The Savannah Theatre opened its doors December 4, 1818 with a performance of “The Soldier’s Daughter”. The original structure was designed by British architect William Jay, whose other notable works include the Telfair Mansion and the Owens-Thomas House, both located in Savannah. During the 1850s and 1860s, it was sometimes known as the Athenaeum. On March 21, 1861, Alexander H. Stephens delivered the Cornerstone Speech at the theatre.
 
Notable players
Over the past two centuries, the Savannah Theatre has showcased an array of talented performers, including Fanny Davenport, E. H. Sothern, Julia Marlowe, Otis Skinner, Oscar Wilde, Sarah Bernhardt, W. C. Fields, Tyrone Power, and Lillian Russell. Edwin Booth played several engagements at the Theatre in February 1876, with Shakespearean roles including Hamlet, Iago, and King Lear. It is unknown as to whether or not Edwin’s younger brother John Wilkes Booth ever performed at the Savannah Theatre.
 
In 1851, the New York Dramatic Company leased the Theatre briefly. Among the players was Joseph Jefferson, whose most well-known role was that of Washington Irving’s “Rip Van Winkle”. However the company’s stand failed to succeed, as their “lineup of standard hits failed to tempt Savannah audiences.”
 
One of the more memorable performances in the Theatre’s history came in November 1911, when baseball great Ty Cobb appeared in The College Widow.
Featured Attractions:
  • Number of Featured allowed is determined by pass duration purchased more info
  • Reservations are typically required for Featured Attractions.
  • You can make reservations  in advance of arriving which are easily made from within the Mobile Pass you’ll receive after purchase.
  • View tour availability before purchasing TourPass

Standard Attractions:
  • No reservation is required, just show up and present your Mobile Pass for entry.
  • Visit as many as you wish 1x.
Transportation to attractions is not provided. In the Historic District you can use the Trolley.
$23.87 per Child without Tour Pass. (Pay $0 at the gate! Tour Pass includes full admission)

Hear the story of Savannah’s rich cultural heritage from it’s founding to present day.

Tour Highlights:

  • Learn the fascinating history of Savannah
  • See the history and culture
  • Hear about the best shopping and dining
  • Get an overview of this beautiful city
  • Tours at 10 am and 1 pm daily.
  • Tours depart from Warren Square.

The Savannah Stroll is the best way to get acquainted with this fair city, and a wonderful introduction that will have you strolling the streets like a native.

If you’re only in Savannah for one day, or need a tour that gets you oriented to the major streets and squares of our fair city, then The Savannah Stroll is for you.

A great 90 minute introduction to the fascinating history of Savannah. This tour is the best way to see the history and culture of Savannah, from ancient times to the present. You’ll walk the streets with an experienced, licensed guide who’ll answer your questions and go at the only suitable pace for this city…WALKING.

The Savannah Stroll…where else can you learn about history, get recommendations for shopping and dining, and spend the day outside in the fresh air. Topics covered on this tour merely scratch the surface of city’s rich history, and are designed to give you an overview of the city, her history, and the people that have made Savannah a destination for travellers since its founding day.

Featured Attractions:
  • Number of Featured allowed is determined by pass duration purchased more info
  • Reservations are typically required for Featured Attractions.
  • You can make reservations  in advance of arriving which are easily made from within the Mobile Pass you’ll receive after purchase.
  • View tour availability before purchasing TourPass

Standard Attractions:
  • No reservation is required, just show up and present your Mobile Pass for entry.
  • Visit as many as you wish 1x.
Transportation to attractions is not provided. In the Historic District you can use the Trolley.
$21.20 per Child without Tour Pass. (Pay $0 at the gate! Tour Pass includes full admission)

Tour Details:

  • Duration: 2 hours.
  • Alcohol friendly…of course.
  • Ages 21+ only.
  • This is a walking tour.

What You Will Experience:

  • Conde Naste and others agree that this is the best Pub Crawl in Savannah.
  • Explore Savannah’s most historic and haunted bars and pubs. You will hear the ghost stories of these haunted locations while standing where the events happened.
  • Perfect for date nights or meeting other people out for fun.
  • Take advantage of Savannah’s open carry laws. Oh, you did not know? You can carry your alcoholic beverage on the streets, making a pub crawl truly… interesting.
  • This tour is the most popular haunted pub crawl in Savannah.
Featured Attractions:
  • Number of Featured allowed is determined by pass duration purchased more info
  • Reservations are typically required for Featured Attractions.
  • You can make reservations  in advance of arriving which are easily made from within the Mobile Pass you’ll receive after purchase.
  • View tour availability before purchasing TourPass

Standard Attractions:
  • No reservation is required, just show up and present your Mobile Pass for entry.
  • Visit as many as you wish 1x.
Transportation to attractions is not provided. In the Historic District you can use the Trolley.

What you receive: 1 hour at the Cat Cafe along with 1 free bottomless coffee, tea, lemonade or soda.

Pounce Cat Cafe + Wine Bar is a place where you can come to enjoy freshly brewed coffee or tea, sip on wine or craft beer, snack on delicious pastries, and cuddle with adorable (and adoptable!) cats. We’ve teamed up with our local shelter, Charleston Animal Society, to provide our cats, so if at the end of your visit you’ve fallen in love with your new feline friend, you can take them home with you!

Visits to the cafe include 1 hour in the cat lounge as well as bottomless coffee, tea, lemonade or soda of your choice to enjoy while you hang out with the kitties. For an additional fee we offer wine and beer. Fresh, local pastries are also available for purchase at the cafe if you would like a snack. Additional time can be purchased at the cafe if the cat lounge is not fully booked for the next hour.

AGE RESTRICTIONS: The minimum age for visiting Pounce Cat Cafe + Wine Bar is 12 years old. A parent or guardian will need to sign a minor waiver for anyone visiting the cafe between the ages of 12 and 17.

CHANGES/CANCELLATIONS: You can alter your reservation date/time by clicking on “Modify Reservation” link in your confirmation email up to 24 hours prior to your visit. You can cancel your reservation up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund.
 
MAXIMUM GROUP SIZE: Parties larger than 8 people are required to reserve the space as a private event. Not only can large groups be loud and distressing for our cats, they can also be disturbing for other guests who are visiting the cafe during the same hour.

Featured Attractions:
  • Number of Featured allowed is determined by pass duration purchased more info
  • Reservations are typically required for Featured Attractions.
  • You can make reservations  in advance of arriving which are easily made from within the Mobile Pass you’ll receive after purchase.
  • View tour availability before purchasing TourPass

Standard Attractions:
  • No reservation is required, just show up and present your Mobile Pass for entry.
  • Visit as many as you wish 1x.
Transportation to attractions is not provided. In the Historic District you can use the Trolley.

IMPORTANT: Be aware that this tour normally operates 1 to 2x per day. Advance reservations are not required. They do not allow upgrades to your ticket to the dinner or sightseeing cruise.

During this 1.5 hour cruise you can experience the river that was the lifeblood of Savannah! Hear the Captain’s intriguing tales and historic facts about this modern port and the ships that visit from all over the world. Then make your way down river to Old Fort Jackson, home of one of the largest and oldest original artillery pieces in the country! Take advantage of the great photo opportunities of Savannah’s historic riverfront and skyline. Snacks and beverages are available on board at our Riverboat Snack Shop.

 

Scheduled Tour Times

Boarding from 12:00 to 12:30 p.m., Sailing at 1:00 p.m., Returning at 2:30 p.m. Every Saturday & Sunday in December & January Every Wednesday through Sunday in February Daily from March through November PLUS December 26-31

Boarding from 2:30 to 3:00 p.m., Sailing at 3:30 p.m., Returning at 5:00 p.m. Saturday only in February, March & November Daily from April through October

FULL BAR AND GRILL AVAILABLE..ORDER DELICIOUS DRINKS, APPETIZERS, SALADS, SANDWICHES, ENTREES & MORE!

Featured Attractions:
  • Number of Featured allowed is determined by pass duration purchased more info
  • Reservations are typically required for Featured Attractions.
  • You can make reservations  in advance of arriving which are easily made from within the Mobile Pass you’ll receive after purchase.
  • View tour availability before purchasing TourPass

Standard Attractions:
  • No reservation is required, just show up and present your Mobile Pass for entry.
  • Visit as many as you wish 1x.
Transportation to attractions is not provided. In the Historic District you can use the Trolley.
$24.20 per Child without Tour Pass. (Pay $0 at the gate! Tour Pass includes full admission)

Savannah Old Town Trolley Tours (green and orange colored trolleys only)

The extraordinary architecture, lush botanicals, and captivating stories of this historic, coastal city make for an unforgettable vacation experience. For over 30 years, Old Town Trolley Tours has provided sightseeing tours highlighting the best attractions in Savannah. Hop aboard one of their trolleys and you’ll experience Transportainment, a delightful combination of transportation and entertainment. The friendly conductors narrate the tour with a fascinating and fun mix of trivia and humorous stories.

Their Savannah tours are the best way to see the city. Because the tour covers the entire city, you can avoid costly parking and city driving. You are also encouraged to tour at your own pace since this tour offers on and off privileges, which allows you to hop off the trolley and explore on your own at any time. With frequent pickups at all our stops, this helps you avoid walking long distances.

*Free parking is available for our ticket holders. Space is limited.

View Trolley Route Map

Your 1-Day Old Town Trolley Tour Includes: 

  • Choose between 1 day or 2 consecutive days of free unlimited re-boarding. 2 consecutive days requires a multi-day pass (2-days or more) and uses 2 featured tours.
  • Hop on and off ALL DAY at 15 Stops
  • Live narrated, 90-minute tour
  • Open-air sightseeing perfect for taking pictures
  • Voted as top tour in ‘Best of Savannah’
  • More than 100 points of interest
  • 100% satisfaction guarantee
  • Colorful anecdotes and well-research historical facts
  • Free Parking with On/Off Tour*
  • Most Frequent Service – Less Waiting

Hop On Hop Off at 15 convenient stops:

  • Stop #1) Savannah Visitor Center
  • Stop #2) Old Town Trolley Welcome Center (free parking as available)
  • Stop #3) Ellis Square
  • Stop #4) Madison Square
  • Stop #5) Forsyth Park
  • Stop #6) Calhoun Square
  • Stop #7) Cathedral Basilica of St. John
  • Stop #8) Old Town Trolley Barn
  • Stop #9) City Market
  • Stop #10) The Lucas Theatre
  • Stop #11) River Street
  • Stop #12) The Waving Girl Statue (end of River Street)
  • Stop #13) Columbia Square
  • Stop #14) Colonial Park Cemetery
  • Stop #15) Bull Street Corridor

Featured Attractions:
  • Number of Featured allowed is determined by pass duration purchased more info
  • Reservations are typically required for Featured Attractions.
  • You can make reservations  in advance of arriving which are easily made from within the Mobile Pass you’ll receive after purchase.
  • View tour availability before purchasing TourPass

Standard Attractions:
  • No reservation is required, just show up and present your Mobile Pass for entry.
  • Visit as many as you wish 1x.
Transportation to attractions is not provided. In the Historic District you can use the Trolley.
$21.35 per Child without Tour Pass. (Pay $0 at the gate! Tour Pass includes full admission)

Savannah has charmed visitors for centuries with her history, architecture and famous hospitality. With this tour, you will:

  • Explore the rich architectural heritage that spans two centuries
  • More than a discussion on architecture, this enchanting walk through the heart of the Historic District focuses on Savannah’s majestic mansions and their residents.
  • Learn about Savannah’s ongoing historic preservation movement and hear of the contributions of residents dedicated to protect and conserve our rich history.
  • This tour may include depending on availability, a visit to one of Savannah’s most beautiful historic homes.
  • Tours departs from Warren Square.

One of the places you’ll see on this tour is the Owens-Thomas House, widely regarded as the premiere example of regency architecture in the United States, and learn about the achievements of architect William Jay. You’ll also see the Green Meldrim House, where Gen. William T. Sherman was a “guest” during the Civil War. Other house highlights includes discussions on the development of domestic dwellings in Savannah, from colonial times to the present, featuring fine examples of architecture that span two centuries.

Featured Attractions:
  • Number of Featured allowed is determined by pass duration purchased more info
  • Reservations are typically required for Featured Attractions.
  • You can make reservations  in advance of arriving which are easily made from within the Mobile Pass you’ll receive after purchase.
  • View tour availability before purchasing TourPass

Standard Attractions:
  • No reservation is required, just show up and present your Mobile Pass for entry.
  • Visit as many as you wish 1x.
Transportation to attractions is not provided. In the Historic District you can use the Trolley.
$13 per Child without Tour Pass. (Pay $0 at the gate! Tour Pass includes full admission)
End of Featured Attractions

Standard Attractions

Reservations NOT required. Visit as many as you wish 1x for pass duration purchased

  • Visit as many Standard Attractions as you wish for the number of day pass purchased (see image below).
  • Standard Attractions are generally less expensive than Featured and do not require reservations…just walk-in and show your pass.
  • Transportation to attractions is not provided unless you choose the Hop On/Off Trolley as a Featured selection.

 

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The lovely brick Andrew Low House combines Grecian details with elements of the Italian Villa style and boasts one of Savannah’s most stunning ironwork balconies. A shuttered piazza overlooks a beautiful brick-walled garden in the rear of the home. The front garden remains much as it did when first planted, with two hourglass-shaped flowerbeds. Handsome inside as well as the out, the Andrew Low House features spacious rooms decorated with beautiful plaster cornices and carved woodwork.

New York architect, John Norris, designed and built this lovely home in 1848-1849 for Andrew Low, a wealthy cotton factor, who came to Savannah from Scotland when he was only 16 years old. He started working in his uncle’s cotton firm and later became a partner and later director of the Savannah operation. In 1843 he married Sarah Cecil Hunter. Unfortunately, Andrew’s wife and 4-year old son died before the house was complete. Five years later, Andrew married Mary Cowper Stiles, daughter of William Henry Stiles, United States Minister to Austria. During the Civil War, Andrew Low was imprisoned at Fort Warren in Boston harbor on suspicion of collaboration with the Confederacy.

The Andrew Low House was host to several important visitors over the years. One such visitor was English author, William Makepeace Thackery, who visited in 1853 and 1856 while on lecture tours.

Know that I write from the most comfortable quarters I have ever had in the United States. In a tranquil old city, wide stretched, tree-planted, with a few cows and carriages rolling through the sandy road, a red river with a tranquil little fleet of merchant men taking cargo, and tranquil ware-houses barricaded with packs of cotton; a famous good dinner, breakfast, etc. and leisure all morning to think and do and sleep and read as I like. The only place I stay in the United States where I can get these comforts — all free gratis — is in the house of my friend Andrew Low of the great house of A. Low and Co, Cotton Dealers, brokers.
William Makepeace Thackery

In 1870, Robert E. Lee, former commander of the Army of Northern Virginia paid a visit to Savannah with his daughter, Agnes. The general left the train to face one of the largest crowds that ever assembled to welcome him. Cheer followed cheer. As soon as the crowd would permit, Lee was driven to the home of General Lawton, at the corner of York and Lincoln Streets. Later in the evening he was taken to the Andrew Low House, where he was to sleep.

The Lowes invited some of Lee’s old comrades to dinner on April 2. General Joseph E. Johnson, General Andrew Lawton and General J. F. Gilmer came to pay their respects. It was the first time Lee had seen Johnson since the war. Before leaving Savannah, Lee paid a visit to Joseph Johnston, who was then living at 105 E. Oglethorpe Avenue. At some point during his stay, Lee and Johnston were photographed together at Ryan’s, a local photography studio in downtown Savannah. The familiar picture shows them, “grizzled, old and feeble,” seated on opposite sides of a small table.

That spot of spots! That place of places!! That city of cities!!!
Robert E. Lee to Savanahian Jack MacKay

Andrew Low’s son, William Mackay Low, married Juliette Gordon in 1886. Juliette, commonly known as Daisy, moved in the family home on Lafayette Square. It was here that the widowed Juliette founded the Girl Scouts of America. Daisy had become friends with General Robert Baden-Powell, former of the Boys Scouts of England. Baden-Powell and his sister, who had formed a society of “Girl Guides” in England, inspired Daisy to found a similar organization in the United States. She formed two such groups of girls in Savannah in 1912. Members of the Girl Guides, later known as the Girl Scouts, held their meetings in Daisy’s carriage house. Juliette Gordon Low died in 1927 and bequeathed the carriage house to the Savannah Girl Scouts. The National Society of the Colonial Dames in Georgia purchased the Andrew Low House in 1928. After painstaking restoration, the Colonial Dames used the home as their headquarters, and officially opened the home to the public in 1952.

Featured Attractions:
  • Number of Featured allowed is determined by pass duration purchased more info
  • Reservations are typically required for Featured Attractions.
  • You can make reservations  in advance of arriving which are easily made from within the Mobile Pass you’ll receive after purchase.
  • View tour availability before purchasing TourPass

Standard Attractions:
  • No reservation is required, just show up and present your Mobile Pass for entry.
  • Visit as many as you wish 1x.
Transportation to attractions is not provided. In the Historic District you can use the Trolley.
$9 per Child without Tour Pass. (Pay $0 at the gate! Tour Pass includes full admission)

Tours start every 15 minutes and last approximately 40 minutes. Tours are limited to 10 persons maximum.

The Isaiah Davenport House is one of the best examples of Federal-Style architecture in Savannah. The simple but elegant exterior was constructed of English brick and brownstone and features an ornamental iron railing and handsome double entry stairway.

The interior of the home has been authentically restored and features beautiful woodwork, original plaster-work and a hanging staircase. Filled with furnishings of the period, visitors are able to get a glimpse of what life was like in Savannah in the 1820s.

A native of Rhode Island, Isaiah Davenport, arrived in Savannah before 1807 after completing his apprentice as a builder. He soon became known as one of Savannah’s most famous and prosperous builders and built a number of brick houses in the late Georgian and Federal styles, all with high basements made necessary by the dusty unpaved streets of Savannah.

Davenport’s heirs sold the Davenport house to planter William E. Baynard in 1840, and remained in the hands of that family until 1955. Unfortunately, the house was a run-down tenement building by the 1930’s and destined for destruction in 1955 to make way for a parking lot. The historic home was saved by seven Savannah society ladies who raised $22,500 to purchase the home. This effort was the first act of the Historic Savannah Foundation, which would be responsible for saving and preserving many of Savannah’s historic sites.

Featured Attractions:
  • Number of Featured allowed is determined by pass duration purchased more info
  • Reservations are typically required for Featured Attractions.
  • You can make reservations  in advance of arriving which are easily made from within the Mobile Pass you’ll receive after purchase.
  • View tour availability before purchasing TourPass

Standard Attractions:
  • No reservation is required, just show up and present your Mobile Pass for entry.
  • Visit as many as you wish 1x.
Transportation to attractions is not provided. In the Historic District you can use the Trolley.
$5 per Child without Tour Pass. (Pay $0 at the gate! Tour Pass includes full admission)

Georgia State Railroad Museum is a historic site featuring the most complete antebellum railroad of its kind in the world and is located at the old Central of Georgia Railway Savannah Shops and Terminal Facilities in downtown Savannah. The museum gives visitors the opportunity to engage in interactive experiences, such as participating on the handcar, touring the historic railcars and taking a guided site tour by train which showcases our museum’s fully operational turntable. Check our website for a complete schedule of the days our train is operating. Space is limited on the site tour by train and is first come, first served.

Featured Attractions:
  • Number of Featured allowed is determined by pass duration purchased more info
  • Reservations are typically required for Featured Attractions.
  • You can make reservations  in advance of arriving which are easily made from within the Mobile Pass you’ll receive after purchase.
  • View tour availability before purchasing TourPass

Standard Attractions:
  • No reservation is required, just show up and present your Mobile Pass for entry.
  • Visit as many as you wish 1x.
Transportation to attractions is not provided. In the Historic District you can use the Trolley.
$8 per Child without Tour Pass. (Pay $0 at the gate! Tour Pass includes full admission)

Notice: This house is operated by St. Johns Church and can be closed at any time for any reason for church related functions.

General William Tecumseh Sherman used the house as headquarters when the Federal army occupied Savannah during the Civil War, upon the invitation of Mr. Green. It was at this time (December, 1864) that General Sherman sent his famous telegram to President Lincoln offering him the City of Savannah as a Christmas gift. In 1976, the house was designated a National Historic Landmark by the United States Department of the Interior.

Mr. Green was not possessed of great wealth when he arrived in Savannah. He became a cotton merchant and ship owner. By 1850, he had amassed a fortune sufficient to build the most elaborate house in Savannah at a cost of $93,000. According to Green family records, $40,000 of the cost of the building materials including flagstones, laths, planks and bricks, were brought from England as ballast on Mr. Green’s ships. Recent restorations have revealed that the bricks were actually made at a foundry in Macon, GA. The Green-Meldrim House is one of the finest examples of Gothic Revival architecture to be found in the South. The house was constructed in the early 1850’s as the residence of Mr. Charles Green, an Englishman who came to Savannah in 1833.

The architect for the house was Mr. John S. Norris of New York. Mr. Norris was in Savannah from 1846–1861 and during that time he designed not only the Green-Meldrim House but also the Custom House and numerous other fine residences. There are many unusual architectural features throughout the house. The front entrance has three sets of doors. The heavy outer double doors fold in and form a small closet on either side of the entrance. Of the other two sets, one has glass panels to give light and the third set is louvered for ventilation.

Features:

The woodwork on the main floor is American black walnut, beautifully carved, and the elaborate crown mouldings or cornices are stucco-duro. The doorknobs, hinges, keyhole escutcheons and covers are silver plated. The hanging consoles in the hall have supporting brackets or carved wood, while the ornate aprons are of papier-mache

There are marble mantles in each room in the house, the two in the double drawing rooms being of Carrara marble. Other original adornments in these rooms are the matching chandeliers and the large mirrors in gold-leaf frames which were brought from Austria.

The graceful curved stairway with skylight above is a feature found in other houses designed by Mr. Norris. Also of special significance are the oriel windows on the east side of the house.

The Garden:

The covered porch, on three sides of the house, is surrounded by ornate ironwork. The planting in the garden is not authentic to the period of the house, but after the removal of layers of soil it is believed that the pattern of the original flower beds was discovered and has been restored. The former kitchens, servants’ quarters and stable have been converted into the Rectory of St. John’s Church.

History of Ownership:

The house has been owned by only two families and St. John’s Church. After the death of Mr. Green in 1881, it became the property of his son, Edward Moon Green. On July 14, 1892, the house was purchased by Judge Peter W. Meldrim. On December 30, 1943, the Meldrim family sold this historic treasure to St. John’s, thus ensuring its preservation.

Featured Attractions:
  • Number of Featured allowed is determined by pass duration purchased more info
  • Reservations are typically required for Featured Attractions.
  • You can make reservations  in advance of arriving which are easily made from within the Mobile Pass you’ll receive after purchase.
  • View tour availability before purchasing TourPass

Standard Attractions:
  • No reservation is required, just show up and present your Mobile Pass for entry.
  • Visit as many as you wish 1x.
Transportation to attractions is not provided. In the Historic District you can use the Trolley.
$5 per Child without Tour Pass. (Pay $0 at the gate! Tour Pass includes full admission)

This Greek Revival mansion located in Savannah’s historic district was built in 1842, and graciously opens their doors for tours. The house is beautifully furnished with antiques, yet continues to retain the feel of a warm and inviting home.

The Harper-Fowlkes House has served as the headquarters for the Society of the Cincinnati in the State of Georgia since Alida Harper-Fowlkes bequeathed the house to the Society in 1985.

The exterior and interior architectural features of the home have intrigued students and travelers from all over the world. One of the featured treasures of the house is the elliptical opening viewed from the lower and upper levels of the entry and stairwell.

What to Expect: 

  • Docent led tour of Greek Revival historic home. 
  • See fine furnishings and architectural features of the home.
Featured Attractions:
  • Number of Featured allowed is determined by pass duration purchased more info
  • Reservations are typically required for Featured Attractions.
  • You can make reservations  in advance of arriving which are easily made from within the Mobile Pass you’ll receive after purchase.
  • View tour availability before purchasing TourPass

Standard Attractions:
  • No reservation is required, just show up and present your Mobile Pass for entry.
  • Visit as many as you wish 1x.
Transportation to attractions is not provided. In the Historic District you can use the Trolley.
$6 per Child without Tour Pass. (Pay $0 at the gate! Tour Pass includes full admission)

The Jepson Center links the history preserved by the Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters and Telfair Academy to the future of art and architecture. The strikingly modern building, opened in 2006, is filled with art, activities, and educational opportunities that will encourage learning for generations to come.

Holiday Closures:

  • New Year’s Day
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
  • St. Patrick Day Observance
  • Easter
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Christmas Eve, open 10am-3pm
  • Christmas Day
  • New Years Eve Day, open 10am to 3pm
Featured Attractions:
  • Number of Featured allowed is determined by pass duration purchased more info
  • Reservations are typically required for Featured Attractions.
  • You can make reservations  in advance of arriving which are easily made from within the Mobile Pass you’ll receive after purchase.
  • View tour availability before purchasing TourPass

Standard Attractions:
  • No reservation is required, just show up and present your Mobile Pass for entry.
  • Visit as many as you wish 1x.
Transportation to attractions is not provided. In the Historic District you can use the Trolley.
$5 per Child without Tour Pass. (Pay $0 at the gate! Tour Pass includes full admission)

Guided Tours

The Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace is offering guided tours exploring the fascinating life and world-changing legacy of Juliette Gordon Low, Founder of the Girls Scouts, through stories, art, and artifacts held in her childhood home.

Please allow at least an hour for your visit, so you can fully enjoy the tour, garden, and museum store.

What You’ll Experience

A tour of the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace provides an exciting look into the history of our remarkable founder and her home, as well as a glimpse into a movement that is still building girls into strong women of courage, confidence, and character over 100 years later.

During your visit to the Birthplace you will be guided on a journey through the life of Juliette Gordon Low. Original and period furnishings adorn seven spacious rooms with high ceilings. You will see unique architectural features, including elaborately carved millwork, decorative plaster ceilings, and the impressive staircase with its curved mahogany rail. Numerous works of art, including many pieces created by Daisy herself, are on display throughout the house.

You may browse the garden independently before or after your tour. Be sure to look for the monogrammed gates that are believed to be forged in part by Daisy herself.
Before you head back out into beautiful Savannah, you’ll want to visit our shop for great local gifts, items made by girls and women around the world, and Girl Scout merchandise.

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Absolutely. TourPass provides access and full admission to the top tours and attraction in Savannah. You can simply select what you want to do, make reservations and present your pass upon arrival. Most users save a considerable amount of money using TourPass. Visit our reviews page for more info

There are many amazing tours in Savannah, however the most popular tours include the following: 

There is never a bad time to visit Savannah, however it is much more hot and humid in the summer season of course.

Most consider spring (March – May) and fall seasons (September – November) to be the best because of the more temperate climate.

You can certainly visit a handful of Savannah’s famous sites in 1-day, however the general consensus is that a minimum 3-days is the optimal time to really experience the city.

Yes Savannah is walkable. We recommend parking at the Whitaker Street Parking Garage (by Ellis Square). From there you can explore all of the historic squares along with River Street and the nearby City Market area. 

TV Shows & Movies filmed in the Savannah, Georgia area. There are soo many to list however below you’ll find the most popular ones: 

  • Forrest Gump (2010)
  • The Last Song (2020)
  • Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil (1997)
  • Something to Talk About (1995)
  • Glory (1989)
  • Lady & The Tramp (2019)
  • Baywatch (2017)

Yes, Savannah is known as a safe city. The historic district is very safe along with the Tybee Island beach area. As in every metropolitan area there are areas that are not recommended for Visitors, however you would have no reason to visit since attractions and hotels are not located in those area. 

It’s always best to be “street-smart” and be aware of your surroundings no matter where you are in an unfamiliar city. Don’t get overly intoxicated or walk alone at night and ask hotel staff of areas to avoid if concerns persist.

Yes, Savannah has Tybee Island beach which is located 20 minutes by car from Savannah’s downtown district.

Not necessarily since downtown Savannah has a free trolley that transports visitors around the Historic District. If you would like to visit the beaches or plantations then transportation will be needed. Savannah does have Uber and Lyft service.

For more info read this article: Getting around Savannah, GA – Transportation Options

Savannah isn’t more or less expensive than most other popular tourist destinations such as Charleston, Myrtle Beach, Hilton Head or Savannah.

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