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Davenport House Museum

765 Reviews

Davenport House Museum

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Linda7132907 wrote a review 18 Jan
Anchorage, Alaska145 contributions22 helpful votes
Our tour guide was a delightful & knowledgeable young woman from the UK. She was so knowledgeable about the history of this house. The woman in the gift shop was also knowledgeable & very helpful. This was a great tour.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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yael c wrote a review Dec 2020
Weston, Florida196 contributions17 helpful votes
The House has almost nothing of the original house. I was disappointed because they sell it real good and in the end, sorry but it isn’t. The garden is totally modified. They didn’t leave anything original there. The few things that are original I don’t think it merits a visit. Now I will say this. The lady in the store is really nice, the ticket is not expensive, the wallpaper that they made new for the house is impressive and you will agree with me if you go visit, the stairs are a great feature and original from the house. One of the reasons I didn’t enjoy the tour was because the girl that gave the tour ate the words, was rushing through everything and I could barely understand her, she kept fixing her mask because it was too big. She was rushing so much with her words that half the things were a totally unintelligible. Even when she answered questions she would rush. At the beginning she told us the wrong date by 100 years. I don’t enjoy giving bad reviews but I feel like in this case the review could have been great if we had a different guide.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Bri wrote a review Dec 2020
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We loved the tour! Robin our guide was super fun and informative! Beautiful house and the tour was a great value!
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Date of experience: December 2020
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JNYCwriter wrote a review Dec 2020
New York City, New York5,648 contributions219 helpful votes
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This is a great opportunity to meet the old South. The Davenport house is located right in the historic part of Savannah and also has some nice garden areas. It is worth a visit.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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apearl41 wrote a review Nov 2020
Orlando, Florida193 contributions67 helpful votes
Very nice 45 minute your of historic house in Savannah. The guide ( John ?) Was very knowledgeable of the property and surrounding area. Groupon made this tour very reasonably priced. Photography are allowed in the house. Nice gift shop .
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Date of experience: November 2020
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