The tour guides were very knowledagble about the house as well as the history! I wished that they had some of the original furniture or artwork.
Sitting in Madison Square, its Gothic-Revival style is considered to be one of the finest in the area and most expensive of its time—costing $90,000 to build. This impressive house was built in 1850 for cotton merchant Charles Green. In 1892 the home was purchased by Judge Peter Meldrim whose heirs later sold it to St. John’s Episcopal Church. The... More
After 20 years going to Savannah, I finally got into this place--worth the wait, and the best house tour I've had. But! (note to the wonderful church volunteers... the tour NEEDS to be an hour instead of 30 minutes... you have the best house in town and it deserves more time!). Don't miss this fabulous, wonderful house. I waited for... More
From the 5 minute explanation of the intricate entry doors and entryway, to the period model of Madison Square on the second floor the guides were engaging and welcoming. They knew the history and were good "storytellers", which is more important than being able to list dates and names. This was the highlight of our trip. And I want to... More
We really enjoyed this historic house and the wonderful women from Savannah who gave us the tour! It was cost effective at $24 for all four of us, (2 adults 2 students) and easy to get too!
My wife is related to Sherman so this house was a must see. The church next door owns the house and provides the tours and they were very informative and entertaining. If you are looking to tour the inside of the houses put this on your list
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