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This is a large historic mansion built in 1842. Tours are offered regularly from 10 AM to 4 Pm except on Sunday and Tuesday when the home is closed. The tour cost $12 ($11 if you bring in one of their fliers found in many...More
This is a rather hidden Savannah once purchased, restored, owned and occupied by Savannah resident who became a well-respected entrepreneur who played an important role in the city’s history. Excellent tour! Allow about an hour.
Recommend it! The Alida Hotel is named in her honor.
Exquisite older Mansion filled with Antiques, House purchased in the 40s or 50s
for pennies on the dollar. She was very entrepreneurial, and she filled the home
with lovely furnishings. In a quest to save the home, she deeded it to the COS.
This house tour did not disappoint! It's as beautiful inside as it is outside. We were the only people on our tour so I feel like we got a more in depth tour than most. The history behind the restoration of the house completely fascinated...More
Just been to a wedding here and although the house is very beautiful we were made to feel like we were un wanted guests. The elderly gentleman left in change whilst the wedding was on complained about the guitarist being too loud continually which was...More
I especially liked the original gasoliers that have been electrified and the oculus opening in the main hall. I prefer homes that preserve as much original condition as possible as opposed to those that fully renovate to a particular period, so I really liked this...More
We toured the home on a Friday and the docent was exceptional. The tour narrative was not stiff and scripted like some, but rather told as a good fireside story among friends. The home is beautiful and the tour combines the history of the city...More