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The Sorrel- Weed House operates Historic Savannah Tours and Haunted Ghost Tours in Savannah. Our purpose is to educate the public on the rich neoclassical Greek Revival architecture of the Sorrel- Weed House and the the famous architect Charles...more
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We did the Ghost House tour. We didn’t do the walking tour but if we hadn’t done another walking tour the night before, it would have been a good deal. The lady that took us around was very knowledgeable about activity in the house since...More
Was excited about touring, but was disappointed this afternoon during and after the conclusion. Could be an interesting venue, but just did not fill the bill. When referencing the Yellow Fever epidemic in Savannah in the past, the guide mentioned that due to the original...More
There are many beautiful antebellum mansions in Savannah, Georgia, but the Sorrel-Weed House, which was the first house in Georgia to be designated as a state landmark in 1953, may be the most beautiful of all. Surely, it is an exceptional example of the Greek...More
First, I thought our tour guide, Dakota, was very good. He was definitely enthusiastic and knowledgeable. I was surprised, though, that he wasn't dressed in any manner which would suggest he worked there.
He told of us a 10,000 square foot mansion, yet we were...More
Our guide Kelsey was fun and very knowledgeable. It was a dark spooky stormy night (Sunday March 3rd) with thunder and lightning included. So glad we went. Kelsey made everyone feel welcome and answered all kinds of questions. She also shared her spooky paranormal experience...More
We absolutely loved our Ghost Hunters Tour at Sorrel Weed! Kelsey, our tour guide, was lively and energetic. She knew the house well and was very patient and informative with our large group that included adults and small children. The house is beautiful! Lots of...More
Took the 9:30 walking and house tour with Graham.
The extra hour is well worth the price - to experience other historic ghost stories in downtown. The society does a great job of maintaining and restorating the House. Weather was perfect for late night stroll...More
I went to Savannah Georgia recently with a large group and our tour guide, Logan made the experience AMAZING. It was incredible to walk around the house, and learn the history about it. I even caught an ORB on my phone! If your ever in...More
My daughter and I loved our tour of the Sorrel Weed House! Logan our tour guide was funny and knowledgeable. Seeing both the house and other spots in Savannah was great and I would highly recommend it. So much fun!
Response from Ghostwalkers | Reviewed this property |
As of today February 12, 2019, Tickets for going into the Sorrell-Weed House just to see the interior are $10.00 during the daytime, (includes Historic information). If you want the Ghost Tour of the houses at night with... More
As of today February 12, 2019, Tickets for going into the Sorrell-Weed House just to see the interior are $10.00 during the daytime, (includes Historic information). If you want the Ghost Tour of the houses at night with live narration it is $30.00. Prices are subject to change with the seasons so it would be best to check their website for the current prices.
Patrick "The Ghostwalker"
Response from Barbara S | Reviewed this property |
We went in through the basement. A couple of steps down if I remember correctly. Then a flight of steps to the first floor. After the first floor we went back down into the basement. And into the carriage house which also... More
We went in through the basement. A couple of steps down if I remember correctly. Then a flight of steps to the first floor. After the first floor we went back down into the basement. And into the carriage house which also has a few steps into the house and a flight to the second floor. I did not see any kind of handicap ramp or elevator during my tour.