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Andrew Low commissioned New York architect John Norris to design and construct his house in 1848. Norris came to Savannah to design the Custom House on Bay Street and remained in Savannah to build many desirable residences with the latest in...more
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The Andrew Low house was completely in 1849. Much of the furnishings are original and absolutely beautiful. I took a tour of this home on a quiet Saturday afternoon. The guide was very knowledgeable and entertaining. The homes decor is elaborate with many unique items....More
We toured this house as part of the Ghost Trolley Tour, we had access to the house at night and were told the haunted history of the house. Rooms were still set up as when it was occupied. Lots of history, amazing woodworking and antiques...More
The Andrew Low house was the family home of Juliette Gordon Low's in-laws and later became the home of Juliette and her husband, William. This is a must see of the trifecta of Girl Scout tours. The First Headquarters and the Birthplace go right along...More
These old houses all have the same tragic stories. This one is no exception. In the span of a year...the wife dies, one of the kids die, I think a father died and there was a brother in there, I think. Money, in those days,...More
This was a cool place to see. The history was amazing we really enjoyed ourselves. We were pressed for time to catch the trolly thatvended at 5 and I really wanted one of the candles and the Savannah square by square book. Tried to find...More
I learned a lot about the house and its residents, as well as about the history of Savannah in general. The place is well maintained, has a lot of truly unique pieces belonging to the era. You can take as many photos as you like,...More
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A self-guided tour would take about 2 to 3 hours. The only issue I have with this is that the information given by the guides was absolutely wonderful and far beyond anything we could have gleaned on our own. There was not... More
A self-guided tour would take about 2 to 3 hours. The only issue I have with this is that the information given by the guides was absolutely wonderful and far beyond anything we could have gleaned on our own. There was not much actually posted about each of the areas.
The entrance to the home alone had about 15 steps (we entered with our tour through the back). To tour the second floor is another 15-18 steps. I would not recommend taking the tour if you can't do more than 5 steps.