The Davenport House Museum Committee, staff, and volunteers invite you to join the museum through the Friends of the Davenport House Annual Giving Campaign.

Discover the Benefits of Membership:

  1. Free admission to the Davenport House Museum for up to 5 people
  2.  20% discount in the Davenport House Museum Shop
  3.  Bi-annual members’ newsletter
  4.  Acknowledgement of your stewardship in museum publications
  5. Invitations to social events and programs
  6. The knowledge that you are supporting the Davenport House Museum, the catalyst for the organized preservation movement in Savannah and a first-rate house museum

You may also print either of the following pages and then mail, fax or email to the Davenport House Museum.

Address: Davenport House Museum, 324 E. State Street, Savannah, GA 31401

FAX: 912/233-7938


Friends of the Davenport House:
Annual Giving Response Information

  • $1 — 49 — Brick Mason
  • $50—149 -– Carpenter
  • $150—249 — Master Builder
  • $250—599 — Alderman
  • $600—999 — Fire Warden
  • $1000— McKinnon Circle
  • $5000 Cornelia Rankin Groves Circle

Every dollar counts! Donations are tax deductible.


We welcome donations at any time, either for general support or targeted to a particular program.

Operating Support – used for the general needs of site maintenance, preservation, programs, and presentation to the public

Capital Support – used for special long-term projects, such as construction and repair of buildings, adding to the collection, or maintaining the gardens

Endowment – our endowment is invested, and an annual percentage is withdrawn for operational needs. The principal grows, and supports the long-term existence of the site


912/233-7938 – FAX

324 E. State Street
Savannah, GA 31401



Monday – Saturday | 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Sunday | 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.
The last tour begins daily at 4 p.m.

The Davenport House Museum is closed on the following holidays:
Thanksgiving Day | Christmas Eve and Day |
New Year’s Eve and Day | St. Patrick’s Day

"Great House, Greater Tour

This was a beautifully preserved house, with a fascinating history. The tour guide, however, offered so many unexpected insights that made the experience so much more valuable. This house was destined for destruction, and proved to be the catalyst for the preservation of more than 300 structures in Savannah. That idea, alone, is inspiring. Lovely garden out back."  Recent review.