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Preserved to preserve architectural beauty and history
Davenport House Museum is a handsome house on Columbia Square which was completed in 1820. It is one of the best examples of Federal architecture in Savannah, even the South. A proposed demolition of the house in the early 1950’s caused a public outcry which led to it becoming the museum of today.
This is the home of the Historic Savannah Foundation, which through the years has helped restore over 1000 significant historic treasures. The museum makes for an informative and interesting visit for the whole family. A small admission is charged to help the ongoing efforts of the foundation.
Davenport House Museum
324 E State St, Savannah, Savannah
Phone: +1 912 236 8097
Open Hours: 10am-4pm Mon-Sat; 1pm-4pm Sun
Price: Cost money