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Sorrel Weed House

6 W Harris St, Savannah, GA 31401-4354
+1 912-257-2223
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The Sorrel- Weed House operates Historic Savannah Tours and Haunted Ghost Tours in Savannah. Our purpose is to educate the public on the rich neoclassical Greek Revival architecture of the Sorrel- Weed House and the the famous architect Charles Cluskey who designed it, along with and the cultural history of antebellum Savannah Georgia. A focus is also maintained on Civil War Savannah, and the role of Brigadier General Moxley Sorrel CSA. Moxley served under General James Longstreet and wrote "Recollections of a Confederate Staff Officer". We also operate Haunted Ghost Tours in Savannah, as The Sorrel- Weed House was featured on Ghost Hunters with Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson in 2005, HGTV "If These Walls Could Talk" in 2006, the Travel Channel in 2010, (the Most Terrifying Places in America) and Ghost Adventures with Zak Bagans, Nick Groff and Aaron Goodwin in 2014. In January 1940 - The Society for the Preservation of Savannah Landmarks opened the Sorrel- Weed House to the public. The name of their exhibit was "The Society for the Preservation of Savannah Landmarks Presents a Loan Exhibit of furniture and fine Arts 18th and 19th Centuries at the Sorrel-Weed House on Madison Square. Jan-April 1940" They were founded in 1939 and eventually became the Historic Savannah Foundation. 1954, The Sorrel-Weed House was designated a Georgia State Landmark. It was one of the first houses in Georgia to receive this honor. 2005- The Sorrel Weed House opened to the public for Historic House Tours and Haunted Savannah Ghost Tours. 2010. The Sorrel Weed House was designated a Museum in the State of Georgia.
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6 W Harris St, Savannah, GA 31401-4354
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

My co-workers and I ventured out for a late night paranormal investigation led by Anna. The investigation began with history of the inhabitants and history of famous guests who had visited the family. After the history intro, we were given a brief tutorial on the...More

Thank Along4tharide
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

I've taken this tour 3x with various visiting family and friends. I can honestly say it is excellent and interesting. The tour guides are very knowledgeable about the history and stories associated with this house. It is without a doubt very spooky, especially the lower...More

Thank Volcanogirl2go
Reviewed 1 week ago

If you are interested in history and/or architecture, take the daily tour of this wonderful, historic house that has a very rich past. If those walls could talk, the stories they would tell. Instead we were told the stories by our guide, Maurie, who was...More

Thank lavida1994
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We decided to do the ghost tour through the house and then the walk around the city. The house tour was fun and engaging, our guide Kelsey was very informative and great with answering questions about the paranormal and the historic information on the home....More

Thank Shawnee A
Reviewed 1 week ago

The house is beautifully preserved and full of interesting ghost stories. The tour was masterfully conducted by our guide, Janie. She told us she had only been giving these tours for 3 weeks, but she delivered like a seasoned pro. The tour provided some colorful...More

Thank Brian D
Reviewed 1 week ago

Our tour guide Kelsey was very informative and friendly. I was told prior to visiting I would possibly be touched or have a ghost appear in my picture if I take a picture in the mirror and our experience did not fall short. Both my...More

Thank Jami S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This home has a dark past like many of the other homes in Savannah. We went on the home tour as well as the haunted night tour. The story of this home is fascinating and spooky!

Thank Debra C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Over Christmas break I went on a paranormal investigation with friends from work. We were split into 3 groups and given a quick tour of the house and shown how to use the paranormal investigation equipment. One of the things I loved about the investigation...More

Thank Lucasosmama
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We had a wonderful tour with a great staff member. Loved learning more about the local history in a beautiful home.

Thank Cody M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Enjoyed the Ghost Tour of the Sorrels Weed house, guide was very information and had lots of "show n tell" that was captured by guests during their tours. It was as spooky a tour as you can get when touring an old house...Casper didn't jump...More

Thank dbeckley01
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WDubin
29 July 2017|
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Response from Laura L | Reviewed this property |
It does not really matter there are only a couple who do the sorrel house and either one is good
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