Take A Trip Back To Colonial Savannah At Wormsloe Historic Site

December 23rd, 2016 by Corey Edwards

Savannah's Wormsloe Historic SiteSavannah’s Wormsloe Historic Site, located on the Isle of Hope, is almost as old as the city, and is still owned by the family that built it in the mid-1730s!

Savannah is Georgia’s oldest city, having been established in 1733. Wormsloe Historic Site is only a couple of years older and the tabby ruin on the Wormsloe Plantation is the oldest standing structure in Savannah. (more…)

The Davenport House Museum – Doorway To the Past

February 26th, 2016 by Corey Edwards

Davenport House MuseumSavannah’s stately Isaiah Davenport House Museum offers visitors a chance to travel back in time to the America of the 1820’s with its authentically restored exterior, rooms, and courtyard garden.

Through the years, the Isaiah Davenport House has played a role as a grand family home in the better part of town as well as that of a run-down boarding house in the seedy part of town. Built by Master Carpenter Isaiah Davenport in 1820, the Davenport House is in the Federal-style, with a simple yet elegant exterior of brownstone and brick and classic double-entry stairway. (more…)

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