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Savannah: History and Architecture in Georgia's Oldest City (1733)

Friends of the Neill-Cochran House Museum Study Tour #16

March 4-9, 2020

See our trip pictures below!

Historic houses, a fine historic hotel, delightful dining, good company . . . .

Dust off your copy of Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil and join us on our adventure!

Savoring the memories of our lovely trip to Savannah! We returned just before the global pandemic brought leisure travel to a halt. Wonderful group, beautiful weather and enjoyable experiences made it a fantastic trip!

Look what we did:

Owens-Thomas House (1816)

Telfair Academy (1818) oldest art museum in the South

Andrew Low House (1848)

Juliet Gordon Low House (1818)

Davenport House (1820)

Mercer Williams House (1868)

Cathedral of St John the Baptist (1876)

Flannery O'Conner Childhood Home

Visit Colonial Park Cemetery

Savannah History Museum, addressing city's history, 1733-1865 + Battlefield Memorial Park

Jepson Ceter for the Arts (2006, Moshe Safdie)

Green-Meldrim House (1850s)

Harper Fowlkes House, headquarters of the Society of the Cincinnati in Georgia

Excursion to Beaufort, South Carolina, "the South's Best Small Town"- view Beaufort Historic District, Tour of St. Helena and Dataw Islands: Chapel of Ease, gravesite of Pat Conroy, Coffin Point Plantation, Coffin Point Praise House, Berners Barnwell Sams (unique tabby ruin)

Private dinner at The Olde Pink House

Brunch at the Gryphon Tea Room (Karen's favorite!)

Farewell lunch at the Abercorn House (1888), hosted by the NSCDA-Georgia

Mostly walking from our well-located and beautiful historic hotel, Marshall House (1851)

A lovely experience at the hotel with an outstanding staff!

Scroll through the photos below!


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