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Andrew Low House

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Savannah, GA, USA
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About Andrew Low House
Built in 1848 the Andrew Low House is a classic & elegant Savannah mansion facing Lafayette Square. Later belonged to Andrew’s son, William, who married Juliette Gordon founder of the Girl Scouts USA. Tour the Andrew Low House with knowledgeable tours guides that provide a wonderful overview of the homes rich and vibrant history, 19th century antiques, silver pieces and ornamental ironwork
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D_LB2015 wrote a review 11 May
Houston, Texas62 contributions48 helpful votes
One of the best home tours we experienced. The home was very opulent with many items original to the home. Our guide was very gracious and knowledgeable regarding the history of the property and owners.
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Date of experience: May 2022
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Alaskans187 wrote a review Mar 2022
Fairbanks, Alaska114 contributions53 helpful votes
They only let in 10-12 people per tour (on the half hour) so you need to buy your ticket as soon as you arrive. Very tiny waiting area inside but large outside area. It was suggested we visit the beautiful Catholic Basilica of St John the Baptist kitty-corner from the Low house while we waited another half-hour. Frank was our guide; he did a great job of explaining interesting aspects of the house, how there were so many inter-related people of the times. This isn't for younger children, but older children who enjoy history would have ample opportunity to ask questions that interested them. If you are looking for opulence, this is just a homey house that was obviously lived in. But we found the history of the place was what we liked.
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Date of experience: February 2022
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travelinspiration wrote a review Oct 2021
Dallas, Texas218 contributions409 helpful votes
Our 2nd favorite house we toured in Savannah, with Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace being 1st. This house is definitely the most beautifully decorated out of all the Savannah houses, and good history. Easy to buy tickets online if you wish, and we had decent docent guide. Would highly recommend!
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Date of experience: October 2021
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slhokie wrote a review Sep 2021
Sugar Land, Texas518 contributions206 helpful votes
Unless you are interested in girl scouts this is a pretty average home to tour. The guide was good and knowledgeable. Mercer-Williams that we visited that day was much better.
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Date of experience: September 2021
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Cathy N wrote a review Aug 2021
Valparaiso, Indiana30 contributions19 helpful votes
This house was on our list during our Ghost and Gravestones tour. Didn’t see any paranormal. It’s a nicely furnished historic house if that’s what you’re looking for.
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Date of experience: August 2021
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