Sorrel-Weed House

Not only is the Sorrel-Weed House one of the most historic homes in Savannah, it is also known to be one of the most haunted. 

On the corner of Bull and Harris Street, this 1840 Greek revival mansion built by Charles Cluskey is one of the most recognizable homes in the city. One of the first two homes in the state of Georgia to be made a historic landmark, the antebellum home is filled with exquisite antiques, outstanding design and a storied history that will intrigue tourists and locals alike. 

By day, come visit Savannah’s original party home. Tour the period working gardens and original slave quarters. Walk the same grand corridor once frequented by famous guests such as General Robert E. Lee, as well as many other renowned and wealthy families of the Old South. 

By night, experience an authentic paranormal experience as you learn more about the ghastly past that still haunts the home. Roam the same dark rooms featured on Ghost Hunters and Ghost Adventures as a master storyteller and paranormal investigator teaches you all you need to know about the building and the spirits that still linger.  

•  6 West Harris St., Savannah, Ga •, 912.257.2223