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Visits include both levels of the home that the O’Connor family occupied. Each room has been closely restored to the Depression era, presenting unique insights into this time period in Savannah and into the formative years of one of America’s greatest writers. While visiting us, please consider shopping from our selection of books by and about O’Connor, as well as our stationery, mugs, fans, stickers, and other special Flannery-related items.


The Home and Gift Shop are open
Thursday - Sunday 10am-5pm.

Tours run at 11am, 1pm, and 3pm.

Tour length is 45-60 minutes.

You may book in person,
over the phone: 912-233-6014,
or online.


Haley P.

"My favorite thing I did during our trip to Savannah! It’s great for Flannery fans obviously but also worthwhile for anyone even mildly interested in history."

Bradley P.

"Of all the classic tourist activities in Savannah, Tybee Island, etc., this was by far my favorite...the exhibits were fascinating and so helpful. It was the closest I have gotten to personally meeting the woman who has profoundly shaped me. In doing so, I met part of myself."

Elizabeth S.

This tour was our favorite of all in Savannah! It was different and interesting to see a 20th century home tour versus the usual 19th century...Can't recommend this enough--everyone enjoyed it--even those who didn't know anything about O'Connor. We're all reading her stories now!


207 East Charlton Street

Savannah, GA 31401

The Home is located across LaFayette Square from St John the Baptist Cathedral.

We welcome you through the second level's front door.


Parking at and near the Home consists of on-street public parking spots. Meters must be paid to the city Monday through Saturday, from 9am until 5pm.

The closest parking garage to our museum is the Liberty Parking Deck, located at 15 W Liberty Street, .3 miles away.


Unfortunately, the Flannery O'Connor Childhood Home is not at all wheelchair accessible, as it includes multiple flights of stairs. 

As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, the Flannery O'Connor Childhood Home Foundation & Museum is grateful for all support. Any donation amount you are able to give will go directly toward keeping our doors open and continuing the legacy of Flannery O'Connor. We are so thankful to be able to do this work because of supporters like you.

Make a tax-deductible donation

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