Tour the Green-Meldrim House
Green-Meldrim House tours resume with a limited schedule.
*PLEASE NOTE: The Green-Meldrim House will be closed during Christmas and during Holy Week and Easter. Since the Green-Meldrim House is the active Parish House for St. John’s Church (next door), it may be closed for church functions. For questions, please call the St. John’s Church office at 912.232.1251 (Church office hours are Monday through Friday; 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.)
- Walk-ins are welcome whenever the house is open.
- Reservations are not needed.
- Tours are conducted in English, and we have brochures in German, French, and Spanish.
St. John’s Church Tours: Since the Green-Meldrim House is the active parish house for St. John’s Church, we also encourage visitors to tour our beautiful, historic church next door [NOTE: Church tours are not available due to COVID at this time. We are open for in-person worship on Sundays at 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. Click HERE for more details about our in-person worship.]. (Something to consider as you plan your itinerary.) We are very proud of our majestic church building with its colorful stained-glass windows, which we like to share with the community and visitors to Savannah. Private group tours are available by appointment.
Please phone the church office at 912.232.1251 to confirm that that church will be open on the day you wish to visit. Church tours are free to all with donations welcome. (suggested at $5 per adult); proceeds directly support those in our community needing assistance.
Prearranged tours of the Green-Meldrim House are available for groups of 10 or more for a suggested donation of $5 per person. For students of 10 or more it is a suggested donation of $3 per person. To arrange a tour for groups of 10 or more persons, call Sigrid Kirk at 912.598.8041 or email email@example.com.
For private tours of the church, please contact the church office at 912.232.1251 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
GREEN FAMILY FURNITURE
After 125 years, the Green Furniture has returned from France! You can see the furniture, along with historic documents and artifacts during regular house tours.