Harper Fowlkes House
If you cannot get enough of the history of Savannah, make sure to visit the Harper Fowlkes House; the house is home to many different exhibits and more to help paint a vivid picture of life in Savannah's earliest days. The house gets its architectural influence from the Greek Revival era. Built in 1842, the home changed many different hands before it became the site of the Society of Cincinnati in 1985 when its owner, Alida Harper-Fowlkes gifted it to the organization. Within the home, many beautiful art pieces, authentic furniture, and much more are found, breathing life into the house and showcasing the beauty of homes in the era.
On the tour, guests will be able to tour the home on their own accord. Take a leisurely stroll through the gardens, explore the antiques, and learn about the history of the home and its owner.
If you are a history buff or simply want to explore the house, a tour of the facility should definitely be on your vacation agenda.