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Partners in Preservation

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$21.00
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A picturesque city, Savannah has much to offer people of every age. From a timeline that begins in America's earliest days, to a lineup of influential, pioneering residents, Savannah is brimming with marvelous history, intriguing attractions, art, culture and architecture.

Highlights:

  • Andrew Low House Admission
  • Ships of the Sea Museum
  • Isaiah Davenport House Admission
The Partners in Preservation:

Andrew Low House
Built in 1848 for Andrew Low, a wealthy cotton merchant from Scotland; the Andrew Low House is a classic and elegant Savannah mansion. Facing Lafayette Square, its stucco and brick design meshes beautifully with the rich history of the area. The house itself has a colorful and interesting past, as several prominent people often visited the Low family during their residency; Robert E. Lee and William Makepeace Thackeray to name a few. The home later belonged to Andrew's son, William, who married Juliette Gordon, the founder of Girl Scouts and it is here that she passed away in 1927. Guests can tour the Andrew Low House to see many 19th century antiques, silver pieces and ornamental ironwork. Knowledgeable guides give visitors a wonderful overview of the people and events that had their place in the history of the home.

Ships of the Sea Museum
Experience the history of the Mayflower and discover the glory of the Savannah, the first steamship to cross the Atlantic inside the Ships of the Sea Museum. You will learn intriguing facts about seagoing vessels that date back two centuries. Through a vast collection of intricate ship models, the history of ships is brought to life. More than 75 ships are in the ship-in-a-bottle exhibit. There are also paintings, maritime antiques and other artifacts that convey the shipping industry in a compelling display. Founded in 1966, the museum is inside the historic Scarbrough home, which belonged to one of the owners of the Steamship Savannah and president of the Savannah Steamship Company.

Isaiah Davenport House
The Davenport House is a Federal-style house that was constructed in 1820 by master-builder Isaiah Davenport. Davenport was known for his skill and talents in the building industry and the house served as a showcase of his work as well as a family home. He lived in the house with his wife and family until he passed away from yellow fever in 1827. When threatened with demolition in the mid 1950's, seven Savannah women got together to save the Davenport House. Their success was the founding act of the Historic Savannah Foundation. Today, the Davenport House is on the National Register of Historic Places and a treasured stop on any Savannah tour. The dignified mansion is a true architectural masterpiece with three dormer windows, a soaring elliptical staircase, ornate plaster work and woodwork and polished hardwood floors. Furnishings and collectibles throughout the home are reminiscent of the 1820s and a delight for guests to view.

Get your eTicket today. The Partners in Preservation focuses on Savannah's historic homes and their residents, and the city's contributions to historic preservation.
Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum
Experience The History Of The Mayflower
Andrew Low House
Isaiah Davenport House
Savannah's Historical Homes
 
Boston Old Town Trolley with free Harbor Cruise

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Partners in Preservation

Operating Times:

See individual pages for tour details. Patrons must pick up package tickets from Old Town Trolley ticket booth.

Reservation Notes:

Reservations are NOT needed or accepted. Tickets can be used on any operating day within 12 months of the purchase date.

Duration:

varies

Booth Location:

234 Martin Luther King Blvd, Savannah, Georgia 31401

Nearest Intersection:

Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. and Turner Blvd.

Notes:


ACCESSIBILITY STATEMENT: The preservation and interpretation of an early 19th century historic building may present challenges for ADA visitors. There are steps within the historic house. Wheelchair access is available to the basement level of Davenport House Museum which includes the museum shop, restroom, water fountain, courtyard and garden. On request a DVD will be shown at no charge. It provides a guided tour of the museum. There is seating available on all levels.

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