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Seeing and learning about Mr. Williams restorations and preservations of Savannah homes is fascinating and entertaining. But as a previous reviewer said, we were there because of Midnight in the Garden. We're standing in the room on the very spot where Danny Hansford was murd……..
It is a beautiful house, but let's be realistic, the main reason people come here is curiosity about the events that transpired in the placed as described in the book/movie Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. The house is owned by Mr. Williams'...More
Forget the book and the movie! The reason to visit this house is for the historical significance and the life of Jim Williams whose passion for restoring old homes resulted in saving history from the wrecking ball. All of the items in the house were...More
As we began our ($12.50 a head) tour of the Mercer Williams House - and you have to take a tour, having been lectured about not being allowed to take photographs inside - we had high hopes.
Our guide was enthusiastic and well-informed.
Savannah is history, and this place is a really neat piece of it. From the original builder to the last owner and the book and movie made of the events here (Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil) - go take the tour. Great...More
I can't remember exactly. Less than an hour! Maybe 45 minutes. Depends on how many people ask questions at the end, and if you stick around to hear the guide's answers. You only see the back garden and the 1st floor's 4... More
I can't remember exactly. Less than an hour! Maybe 45 minutes. Depends on how many people ask questions at the end, and if you stick around to hear the guide's answers. You only see the back garden and the 1st floor's 4 rooms. No photos allowed.