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Owens-Thomas House and Slave Quarters

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Owens-Thomas House and Slave Quarters, 124 Abercorn St. on Oglethorpe Sq., was designed by English architect William Jay. Influenced by classical antiquity, he built the elegant residence over a 4-year period beginning in 1816 using both domestic and imported materials, and designed an innovative plumbing system. In 1825 the Marquis de Lafayette was a guest here.

The English Regency house is furnished with rare antiques and contains decorative arts owned by 19th-century city residents. The carriage house, also the departure point for tours, contains an orientation gallery and the original slave quarters. An English-inspired parterre garden connects the main buildings.

The tour includes information on the lives and relationships between the Owens family and the enslaved people who worked on the property.

Guided tours are available.

Admission
(includes 1-week access to Jepson Center, Owens-Thomas House and Slave Quarters, and Telfair Academy) $20; $18 (ages 65+ and military with ID); $15 (ages 13-college students with ID).
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Guided tours every 20 minutes Tues.-Sat. 10-5, Sun.-Mon. noon-5; last tour begins at 4:20. Tours often sell out during the peak spring, summer and holiday seasons; arrive early. Closed Jan. 1, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Mar. 17, Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Closes at 3 Christmas Eve and Dec. 31. Closed major holidays. Phone ahead to confirm schedule.
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