Sorrel Weed House
6 W Harris Street, Savannah, GA 31401
Distance from hotel: 14.9 mi.
Phone: (912) 236-8888
The Sorrel-Weed House in Savannah, Georgia is a model of Southern antebellum architecture on the state list of historic landmarks. It is named for prominent Savannah gentlemen Francis Sorrel and Henry Davis Weed. Now open as a tourist attraction, during the day, it attracts visitors looking to experience its fine antiques and beautiful architecture. At night, it attracts those looking for the supernatural as a stop on a ghost tour!
Features of this tourist attraction include:
- Featuring architecture designed by Charles Cluskey (also designed Jefferson's Monticello)
- See rooms frequented in the mid 1800Ã•s by famous Southerners including * General Robert E. Lee
- Tours available daily Savannah Ghost Tour
- Walking ghost tour
- Visit the Colonial Cemetery, Sorrel-Weed House and Carriage House
- Times and availability vary
- Child and Adult tickets available
The Sorrel-Weed House is located at 6 W Harris Street in Savannah. It was voted one of the most important historic homes in Savannah by the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation & SCAD Vernacular Architectural Committees! With its luxurious atmosphere and intriguing history, The Sorrel-Weed House is a must-see Savannah attraction!