Telfair Museums offers compelling expressions of visual culture – embracing three unique buildings and three distinct collections that bridge three centuries of art and architecture. The museum develops awareness, understanding, and appreciation of the arts and serves as a dynamic cultural center connecting people of all ages and backgrounds. Telfair Museums established in 1886.
The Telfair Academy is the oldest public art museum in the South and the first art museum in America founded by a woman. The Telfair Academy features a celebrated collection of fine art, decorative art, and 19th-century period rooms. Telfair Academy located at 207 W. York St.
The Owens-Thomas House, completed in 1819, is one of the finest English Regency homes in America. It tells the story of life in Savannah through the lens of a prominent historic home including a beautiful English-inspired parterre garden and one of the oldest intact urban slave quarters in the South. Owens-Thomas House located at 124 Abercorn St.
The contemporary Jepson Center features world-class traveling art exhibitions and houses works from Telfair Museums’ permanent collection. Stop by the store for unique shopping and don’t miss ArtZeum and TechSpace-exciting, interactive galleries for visitors of all ages!. Jepson Center is located at 207 W. York St.
All the above museums are Open from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm on weekdays and from 12:00 pm to 5:00 on weekends.
Ticket is $20 for adults. $18 for senior (65+) and active military (with military ID). $15 for the student (ages 13–25 with student ID). $5 for the child (Ages 6–12) and it is free for the child (Ages 5 & under).
For more information, you can visit the official website: www.telfair.org