All you see is main floor. Cannot go up, cannot go down, cannot take picture, need to have your phone turned off. The visit of the gift is free. Then rent he movie from your public library for free.
About Mercer Williams House Museum
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Like so many, Mom had seen the movie and wanted to visit the house. Price was very reasonable. We called the morning of, and we able to reserve spots for the first tour at 10:30. Plenty of on-street parking at that time on a Tuesday....More
Good and Evil seem to be the extreme reactions of reviewers. We rate it good (great really), and I find it amusing that some people would have such a strong negative reaction to it. The mansion beats the heck out of anything even most upper...More
As many have already said, this is a tour of only the living rooms of the house. If you are interested in seeing Jim Williams' collections and seeing how he restored this floor, then you will really enjoy this tour. The house contents are very...More
We went on a guided tour of this historic house Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil The home is beautiful and the guide told stories of the history and people who lived here. I read the book before touring he home so knew...More
Another, 'Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil' stop: The Mercer-Williams House, Savannah. This is the home Jim Williams bought & restored, and where he hosted his Christmas parties, shot Danny Hansford, and died himself of a heart attack while awaiting his FIFTH trial...More
If you are a fan of Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil do not miss this house. Family still lives on the second floor and the home is gorgeous and full of treasures. It was by far my favorite. I won't ruin it...More
Great spot for anyone who has read the book, neat to step into a favorite novel. Was not too familiar with the novel but still kind of neat to see how life was lived back in the 19th and 20th century.