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Andrew Low commissioned New York architect John Norris to design and construct his house in 1848. Norris came to Savannah to design the Custom House on Bay Street and remained in Savannah to build many desirable residences with the latest in...more
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Tucker was gracious and knowledgeable for our tour today! It was just my husband and me on the tour which was an unexpected extra bonus. This tour was the cherry on top of all the other house tours we went on this week.
Concerned that our very young guide wouldn't know much about history, we were very pleasantly surprised that she answered every question fully and in detail. The upright piano, the beautiful furnishings and understanding the role of the cotton "factor" made this tour a key in...More
Went here at night as part of an evening ghost trolley tour. Not a LOT to see but you get a brief tour of the house. The house is set up in period furnishings. Guides were dressed up and a little theatrical at times.
One of the most magnificent of the historic Savannah houses! Such interesting information from our entertaining guide, Frank. The ladies in the gift shop were just lovely too. Well worth the time and price.
This is a wonderful tour for anyone interested in historic houses or the Girl Scouts. The house is furnished much as it would have been when the low family was there, and the guides were very knowledgeable and patient as many Girl Scouts take this...More
The entrance to the home alone had about 15 steps (we entered with our tour through the back). To tour the second floor is another 15-18 steps. I would not recommend taking the tour if you can't do more than 5 steps.
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Recommendation on October Itienary (12 Replies)
First time to South Carolina. Enjoy history, tours, good food. We intend to cover a lot in a day, so full days are okay with us, but also do not want to be totally scheduled and allow time for lunches & dinners. Would like suggestions on an itinerary. In our 50’s, active, traveling end of October, beaches aren’t that important to us considering the time of year. This itinerary has us doing Beaufort, Savannah, possibly Tybee Island & Charleston. I'm beginning to wonder if we should just...More
July 29, 2015|
The day 5 itinerary is much too packed! The two plantations are on the southwest side of Charleston, requiring a 30 minute drive out of and back into the Historic District. Once there, Middleton Place easily takes several hours, especially is you have lunch at the lovely restaurant on the grounds. Then, Drayton Hall is another couple of hours. Patriots Point is on the other (north east) side of the Charleston peninsula and, again, takes multiple hours to explore. Ft Sumter requires a boat...More
Help with Savannah/Charleston/Tybee Island Itinerary (6 Replies)
First time to South Carolina. Enjoy history, tours, good food. We intend to cover a lot in a day, so full days are okay with us. Would like suggestions on an itinerary. In our 50’s, active, traveling end of October, beaches aren’t that important to us considering the time of year. Day 1 - arrive around noon, get rental car, something to eat and head to Beaufort. Stopping at Sheldon Church Ruins, walking around historical district and a little shopping. We don’t want to stay in Beaufort, but...More
July 28, 2015|
There are folks here who know a lot more than me, just a few thoughts... It's about an hour round-trip drive to Tybee from Savannah. I'd allow at least an hour for the lighthouse; there's an old lighthouse keeper cabin, displays, and you can climb to the lighthouse top if you want (I'm about 60 and made it). Nearby Fort Pulaski is also very interesting. In Charleston I found the Aiken-Rhett House Museum extremely interesting (a wealthy person's house with slave quarters), and also...More
Pioneers in Preservation Pass for Historic Home Tours (1 Reply)
We are looking at purchasing this pass that gets us in the Juliette Low Birthplace, Andrew Low House and the Davenport House. I am, however, worried a little about time---do you have to visit all 3 houses on the same day or could we do one or 2 on one day then the remaining ones the next day? Thank you!
April 04, 2013|
Response fromMary K|
The pass may be used over several days. The pass allows you to vist each house only one time. The attendent at the house will stamp the pass for that house . Each tour lasts about 30 minutes. We found it to be worth while. The homes and family stories are different enough to warrant visiting each. The pass is like getting the third home free.