Museum Shop

The museum gift shop carries a variety of items intended to extend a visit to Savannah and the Davenport House. The shop features one of the largest selections of scholarly and entertaining books about Savannah, cookbooks, childrens’ books, books about Georgia history, American history and many on historic preservation. The shop is a destination point for serious readers. Please see a partial list of books carried by the shop below.

The shop also carries gift items such as jewelry, linens, ornaments, jams and jellies, postcards and reproductions of items from the early 19th century.

We will happily ship orders.

Mastercard and Visa and are accepted.

This page showcases some of our most popular products and offers a preview of the shopping that can be expected at the Davenport House Museum Shop.

The Savannah Scarf

006The Savannah Scarf was made in Italy of 100% hand-rolled silk and designed as a tribute to the City of Savannah by April Flory of Victoria Ward Collection. Images were selected with expert counsel from Historic Savannah Foundation. The scarf features distinctive and memorable motifs of the City from General Oglethorpe and Tomochichi to the modern day Bird Girl statue. Architectural elements from some of Savannah’s famous buildings (Isaiah Davenport, Owens-Thomas and Mercer-Williams) and cultural images (a Daisy from Brownie Park and Gryphon at The Cotton Exchange), to statues of notable men (such as Casimir Pulaski) grace the scarf and symbolize our city’s history and charm. And, of course, moss-laden oaks and Georgia’s Cherokee Rose interweave and flow like the waters of the Forsyth Park fountain.

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Davenport House Exclusive: Noted Illustrator’s Fanciful Design Featured on a Davenport House Tea Towel

Scaled to fit borderNoted British illustrator Allan Drummond has created a drawing which celebrates the Davenport House. It is featured on a linen towel available only through the Davenport House shop. Mr. Drummond’s fanciful cutaway view of the DH shows the exhibit area of the house as well as the garden and the Kennedy Building. This illustration creates a lively and sweet view of our grand old house.

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