Sorrel Weed House
Sorrel Weed House

Sorrel Weed House

The Basics

There are a few different ways for visitors to explore Sorrel Weed House. Daytime tours cover the antebellum history of this Southern estate and its architectural details, while evening tours include stories of its ghostly residents. Those with a special interest in paranormal investigation can join a late-night tour to get their hands on paranormal investigation equipment, like an EMF detector, ambient temperature sensor, and geophone.

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"Savannah for Morons" Comedy Trolley Tour
"Savannah for Morons" Comedy Trolley Tour
$58.85 per adult
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A great time in Savannah!
I took my son, a 19 year old, disgruntled Marine from Parris Island. Needless to say, he went into this tour being a grump and was wanting to hate on it. However, that changed quickly because this tour was awesome from the moment we stepped onto the bus. The guides were so quick witted, so funny and engaged the audience so well it made the tour one of the best we've ever been on. We both laughed the whole way through and had an excellent time. Definitely recommend!
Carla_J, Sep 2023

Things to Know Before You Go

  • The Sorrel Weed House is a must on any paranormal tour of this Southern city.

  • Reserve your tour ahead of time; some tours fill up early.

  • Don’t forget your camera to capture your own evidence of the paranormal.

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How to Get There

The Sorrel Weed House sits on one side of Madison Square in the middle of Savannah's historic district. It's a stop on historic house tours during the day and ghost tours at night.

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When to Get There

If you’re interested in the haunted history of the Sorrel Weed House, plan to visit during a nighttime ghost tour when the property’s creepy factor is at its highest. Families visiting with children should opt for daytime or early evening tours.

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Other Attractions in Madison Square

Madison Square sits in the heart of historic Savannah, where there’s plenty of history on display. A bronze statue of Sergeant William Jasper sits in the middle of the square, which is flanked by historic structures, including the Green-Meldrim House museum and St. John’s Episcopal Church, built in 1853 in a Gothic Revival style.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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