From an early technology standpoint, this is a good house to see since it was the first house to have indoor plumbing. The symmetrical architecture of the house is pleasing and the fact that the Bath, London born architect was so young. His knowledge of the Bath roman cisterns was instrumental in designing the indoor plumbing for this house. The... 更多
Then tour was worth the cost. Guides were knowledgeable and very good speakers. Really gave you a snapshot of what it meant to be rich and then lose it all back in the early 1800's....Engineers would love this tour!!!
I had read in a tour book and heard from a tour guide that if you can only visit one house during your visit to Savannah, this is the one you should choose. I think my friend and I made the right choice by visiting the Owens-Thomas House. Our young guide had recently graduated from SCAD. She was knowledgeable and... 更多
A visit to this historic landmark built in 1816 will give you a glimpse into early life in Savannah. The tour begins in the original slave quarters. Our animated guide allowed for all questions and if none she filled in with interesting information. I enjoyed going to the basement which is not often included. Here one could see where early... 更多
Good Savannah historical example, but not worth the admission price. The tour guide spoke too fast to understand much of the info.
We did the 3 for $20 for the Owens-Thomas House, Telfair, & Jepson and wished we had more time for them all. There is so much to see with these museums and this mansion. The tour at the house was excellent and we got to see it all we wanted. The Telfair is full of art and sculptures and in... 更多
It is worth taking this tour to get an in sight in to life of the time. The property is well presented and there is quite a number of rooms to view. Guide had the story week rehearsed and often spoke very fast-partly to keep the tour moving but we felt due to repetition. For us this was a shame... 更多
A well preserved English Regency Manor house. Very well kept and excellent tour guides. Saw some slave quarters that still had original haint blue paint from the day.