A very nice home to visit, which really accentuates the period in history for which it is from. thumbs up.
About Andrew Low House
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Definitely worth a visit while touring historical Savannah. Knowledgeable docents. Some pieces of furniture from the family who originally lived in the house.
I felt the tour guide was a bit patronizing and when he realized the people in the tour were educated regarding slavery, basic plumbing concepts, and not awed by every word out of his mouth, he got testy. He did seem to be quite bothered...More
The house is cool, but our guide treated our large group of adults like children who'd never thought about slavery or its implications before. It's a great house, really well restored and interesting, but the guide wasn't great and for what we paid, it was...More
We toured this magnificent house as part of the Pioneers In Preservation package. The house is full of decorative and functional furniture. Many of the rooms were done in period settings displaying decorative arts of the time. The narration describing the life of cotton King...More
Go here if you are looking for a well restored, precious mansion in the middle of the city. We first went in during the Ghost tour (trolley), then went back the next day. So glad we did. The ghost tour was fun and the day...More
Toured this stunning house as part of a night tour and I'm so glad I did. The staff was super friendly and knew what they were talking about. It is architecturally and historically gorgeous inside and out!
i went on this tour after hours as part of a ghost tour, however I would recommend a visit to this house anytime, day or night. All the furnishings are original to the time period and its a wonderfully preserved home with some great history!
Home of the wealthiest man in Savannah at one time, this home entertained guests like Robert E. Lee and was also once the home to Juliette Low who founded the Girl Scouts. We stopped on our self-guided walking tour to read more about the home,...More