Sorrel Weed House Tour

Sorrel Weed House Tour

Sorrel Weed House Tour Tickets
A visit to Georgia would not be complete without a Sorrel Weed House tour. This historical landmark has made appearances on national programs such as “If Walls Could Talk” and “Ghost Hunters” because of its expansive history and remarkable beauty. As the largest home in Savannah, a total of 16,000 square feet, those walls must have a lot to say. But is it actually the walls talking, or is it the ghosts that have refused to leave their past home? The Sorrel Weed House tour just may provide you with an answer to that question whether you like it or not.

The Sorrel Weed House tour presents you with entrance into the most prominent and important landmark in the state of Georgia. There are literally hundreds of beautiful homes in this majestic state, but the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation rated it the top pick out of them all. With its Greek Revival and Regency architectural influences, it truly was a home fit for the governor it was built to house.

Scattered around the Sorrel Weed House are monuments, statues, and even graves that represent the past and present of Savannah’s history. The Sorrel Weed House tour not only presents the guests with an explanation and description of the house itself, but the Sorrel Weed House tour also provides into the history of Savannah that makes the house such a prominent piece of history.

The Sorrel Weed House tour is much more than a walk in the park, however, you will walk through one of the most well-kept and blooming gardens. When the Sorrel House was built in 1841, it was the first structure on Green Square. The owners as well as other Savannah locals gathered in this green for parties and gathering because of its peaceful setting. The green is adorned with trees draped in moss, cobblestone paths, and blossoming flowers strewn from one end to the other. A Sorrel House tour will allow you to walk in the footsteps of history.

The Sorrel Weed House not only takes you through the garden, but through the renowned house that is overflowing this history. Walk down the exact same corridors on the Sorrel Weed House tour that were once tread on by a most famous guest, General Robert E. Lee. Let’s not forget its most infamous guest, General William Tecumseh Sherman. The Sorrel Weed house is brimming with historical moments.

One of the most popular reasons tourists love the Sorrel Weed House tour is to see for themselves a place renowned for its ghostly hauntings. Many of the buildings are claimed to be inhabited by previous owners who simply refuse to leave. Slaves are said to be seen continuing their work in the fields. The main house is believed to still hold the heart of a man who shot and killed in the entrance. A Sorrel Weed House tour does not make promises of seeing such apparitions, but the historical accuracy of the stories make the possibility believable and spine-tingling nonetheless. During peak tourist seasons, the Sorrel Weed House is open for tours at night with a focus on such spooky tales.

Despite the sordid tales that come up during the tour, do not hesitate to take your children. The Sorrel Weed House tour is steeped in history that is relevant to the state and to the building of our great nation.

Tours run every half an hour starting at 10 in the morning and continue until 4:30 in the afternoon. Sorrel Weed House tours run every 30 minutes 364 days a year, rain or shine. It is only closed on Thanksgiving.

While planning your trip to Savannah, make sure to spare a half an hour for the Sorrel Weed House tour. Many guests even recommend taking the tour twice. There are simply so many visions of beauty and antiquities to take in, it is nearly impossible to fully appreciate all it has to offer in such a small amount of time. Put the Sorrel Weed House tour high on your sight-seeing list for an educational, entertaining, awe-inspiring, and sometimes haunting adventure.

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