The Andrew Low and Green-Meldrim Museum Houses,
St. John’s Sanctuary, and Old Town Trolley “ John Norris Architecture” Tour
Historic House Museums and the sanctuary of St. John’s Church will be open for exclusive private tours to ticket holders from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm. Learn about the John Norris architecture connection. Old Town Trolley riders will see wonderful examples of additional Norris designs along the route between houses.
Tours begin at The Old Town Trolley stop on the corner of Bull and Harris Streets and will proceed to The Andrew Low House with commentary about other fine examples of John Norris’ architecture along the route between houses.
Trolley tours run from 10am, with last pick up at 3pm. The last tours of houses and sanctuary start at 4:00.
Book Your Tour Here: Tickets
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Saturday, March 4
John Norris Architecture Trolley Tour
10:00 am – 4:00 pm.
Tickets $25 (includes all four tours)
You will be amazed to learn just how much of Savannah was created by John Norris!
John S. Norris was born in 1804 in New York City, where he began his career as a stone mason. He later became a builder and, as he concentrated on building design, his career evolved into architecture. One of Norris’s first commissions was the Customs House in Wilmington, North Carolina, which set the stage for his commission to build the U.S. Customs House in Savannah, Georgia.