Owens-Thomas House

124 Abercorn St.
Savannah, GA 31401- Map It
(912) 790-8800
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AAA Editor Notes

Owens-Thomas House, 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. Guided tours are available.
(includes 1-week access to Jepson Center, Owens-Thomas House and Telfair Academy) $20; $18 (ages 65+ and military with ID); $15 (ages 13-college students with ID); free (ages 0-12). $40 (family, two adults and two children).
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Hours: Guided tours every 15 minutes Tues.-Sat. 10-5, Sun.-Mon. noon-5; last tour begins at 4:30. Tours often sell out during the peak summer season; arrive early. Closed major holidays.