King - Tisdell Cottage

King - Tisdell Cottage
514 E Huntingdon St Savannah, GA 31401
1-800-987-9852  
Detail Self- guided tour lasts approximately 1 hour.
Detail Appropriate for All Ages
Detail Non-Flash Photography is Permitted
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The King - Tisdell Cottage is a great way to experience African American history in Savannah, GA; the cottage features plenty of artifacts, historic furniture, and artwork. The King-Tisdell Museum of Black History is an amazing place to visit for history buffs. It was built in 1898 and is fully restored to accentuate the original Victorian framework and architecture. The teal shutters and beautiful siding create a splendid view of the front of the home itself, and the home is immaculate, allowing guests to hold a new appreciation for older homes of this era.

The cottage was named for owners Eugene and Sarah King as well as Robert Tisdell. Today, it features a variety of exhibits and more that highlight the cultural significance of African-American culture on the city as well as the role that this group played in the infamous Civil War.

Visitors will also be able to soak in the beauty of the original furnishings and period pieces that give insight into coastal life. As well as the originality of the home, many works of Ulysses Davis, an African-American sculpture, are housed and displayed at the cottage.

Explore the exhibits and learn more about black heritage at the King - Tisdell Cottage. With plenty of things to learn about and see, all ages are bound to have an amazing time exploring the vast history of Savannah's African-American people. 

Frequently Asked Questions for King - Tisdell Cottage:
  • Approximately how long could a customer plan to spend at King - Tisdell Cottage?
    Most people spend about 1 hour here.
  • Is photography & video recording allowed?
    Yes, cameras are allowed.
  • For what ages is King - Tisdell Cottage appropriate?
    This is great for all ages.
  • Is parking available at King - Tisdell Cottage? Is it free?
    Yes, free parking is available at the location.
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