Sorrel-Weed House Historic Tour
For a trip back to the past of beautiful Savannah, Georgia, embark upon the Historic Home Tour at the Sorrel-Weed House. Known as one of the most historically significant homes in Savannah, the Sorrel-Weed House is home to vibrant and colorful stories. It is considered "a must see" by the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation for its beautiful and accurate preservation.
This tour of the Sorrel-Weed house lasts approximately 40 minutes and includes sights of the most captivating parts of the home. Once inside, guests will be shown the intricate rooms and architectural design while learning all about the home itself. You will learn in-depth history of its past that you won't be able to hear anywhere eles. Sorell-Weed is also home to countless antiques and artifacts that date back to Georgia's antebellum days, but beware about visiting, some of the past residents may still reside here.
About the Sorrel-Weed House
Originally built as the home of Francis Sorrel, the building also served as the home of Brigadier General Moxley Sorrel. With such a vast history and role in the Civil War, the home was the first in Savannah to be dedicated as a State Landmark (1954). At 16,000 square feet, it is also one of the largest houses in the city. This home has seen the Civil War, visits by Robert E. Lee, and was used in the opening scene of Forrest Gump! Because of its history, it is also considered to hold residual hauntings, so Discovery Channel's Ghost Hunters have investigated the home. Come see what all of the intrigue is about with a visit to this amazing place.
For those who love history or are simply trying to understand what Savannah's culture is comprised of, a visit to the Sorrel-Weed Home in Savannah, GA will be a great addition to your vacation.
- Approximately how long could a customer plan to spend at Sorrel-Weed House Historic Tour?
The guided tour takes approximately 40 minutes.
- Is photography & video recording allowed?
Non-flash photography is allowed.
- For what ages is Sorrel-Weed House Historic Tour appropriate?
This is great for all ages.
- Is parking available at Sorrel-Weed House Historic Tour? Is it free?
There is metered parking.