This intimate tour experience allows guests to look behind the doors at stunning examples of Savannah grandeur. In addition, festively decorated Historic Inns with their luxurious spaces add to the tour experience.
In addition to private residences, the tour will include two of Savannahs most beautiful museum homes: the Andrew Low House, an Italianate mansion where Juliette Low founded the Girl Scouts of America; and the Green Meldrim House, one of the finest examples of Gothic Revival architecture in the South. General William Tecumseh Sherman used the house as his headquarters when the Union Army occupied Savannah during the Civil War. In addition, participants will be able to visit the Massie Heritage Center, the oldest school in continuous operation in Georgia. It houses exhibits on Savannah architecture, culture and education.
Historic inns also are part of the event offering visitors a close look at The Ballastone Inn, Eliza Thompson House, and the Kehoe House. The inns will be at their festive best, decorated with captivating displays that reflect the owners passion for the holidays.