Take a trip into the genteel living of the 19th-century southern gentry with a stop to the Andrew Low House. Built in 1847 for a wealthy cotton farmer, this site is now an operable museum dedicated to the plush livings of Savannah, Georgia in the 1800s. Hear the history of the Low family, and learn how Andrew Low came into his wealth before exploring day-to-day living of the genteel, including how they ate, slept and lived. Like stepping into a well-preserved doll house complete with two parlor rooms, a library, dining room and bathing room, the Andrew Low House is an exquisitely preserved stop in historic downtown Savannah.
The Andrew Low House is located at 329 Abercorn St., in historic downtown Savannah. Tours are offered Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. They run every half hour, with the last tour beginning at 4 p.m. each day. This house is one of three on the Preservation Pass Tour, along with the Juliette Gordon Low House and the Davenport House.