Savannah has a great historical heritage and you can visit and experience numerous lifestyles and time periods by simply taking a tour in the numerous beautiful historical homes located in the area. Take a tour and step back in time to experience what life was like in the past or to see the homes of some of the orignal Savannah locals, whose fame and names are known across the country and even the world. Be sure to visit some of these homes during your trips to Savannah.
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Historic Homes in Savannah
The historic Andrew Low House is located at 329 Abercorn St, Lafayette Square in Savannah. Andrew Low was a wealthy business man and the father of Juliette Gordon Low, the founder of the Girl Scouts of the USA.
This historic home marked the beginning of Savannah's historic preservation movement.
This historic home is not only the birthplace of Girl Scout Founder, Juliette Gordon Low, better known as "Daisy", but it is also Savannah's first National Historic Landmark.
The Mercer House was designed by New York architect John S. Norris for General Hugh W. Mercer, great grandfather of Johnny Mercer.
The Owens-Thomas House is considered by architectural historians to be one of the finest examples of English Regency architecture in America.
See Savannah and learn about its rich history on your own private walking tour.
Revisit the days of the Old South in Georgia! Experience this grand Savannah Home that will intrigue and entice you with her rich and extraordinary atmosphere of the southern history.
A breathtaking avenue sheltered by live oaks and Spanish moss leads to the tabby ruins of Wormsloe, the colonial estate of Noble Jones (1702-1775).