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Celebrate the one-year anniversary of the Telfair Children's Art Museum with us all month long with featured events and programs!
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Experience the Telfair Trio!

Explore over 200 years of art, history, and architecture in the heart of downtown Savannah. Tickets include unlimited admission to all three sites for one week from the date of purchase.


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To purchase tickets, visit the front desk at any of our three sites. Pass includes unlimited visits to all Telfair sites. Tickets are valid for seven days.

Adult: $30
Senior (65+): $27
Active Military (with military ID): $27
Student (ages 13–25 with student ID): $20
Child (Ages 6–12): $10
Child (Ages 5 & under): FREE
At the Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters, tour groups consist of family or household groups of up to 12 people.


Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters tours are given at 15-minute intervals. The last tour begins at 4:00pm. 

Sunday 10–5pm
Monday 10–5pm
Tuesday 10–5pm
Wednesday 10–5pm
Thursday 10–5pm
Friday 10–5pm
Saturday 10–5pm


Directions and parking information can be found here.

Telfair Children’s Art Museum (CAM) is Now Open!

The Jepson Center is home to an engaging and immersive children’s art museum. With museum admission, visitors can Explore Impressionism in this state-of-the-art, multi-level space.

Photography provided by Adam Kuehl


Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters Tours

  • Guided tours are given at 15-minute intervals. The last tour begins at 4:00pm.
  • Tours typically last around 45 minutes to an hour.
  • Tour groups consist of up to 12 people.
  • Please check in onsite to get a tour time, even if you’ve purchased tickets at our other two sites.
  • Daily tours at the Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters fill up fast on a first-come, first-served basis.

*Due to the historic nature of the site, the Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters contain the original staircases of the site with no elevator access.

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Holiday Closures

  • New Year’s Day
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
  • St. Patrick’s Day Observance (All sites closed on Saturday, March 16.)
  • Easter
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Christmas Eve
  • Christmas Day
  • New Year’s Eve Day, open 10am–3pm

Now on View at the Jepson Center

Lingua Flora

Jepson Center
Drawing primarily from Telfair Museums’ permanent collection, Lingua Flora explores the use of flowers in fine and decorative arts from the late 18th through the early 20th centuries.

A Measure of Time: Anila Quayyum Agha

Jepson Center
A Measure of Time is a solo presentation of sculptures and mixed media works on paper by internationally acclaimed artist Anila Quayyum Agha (b. 1965). Agha was born in Lahore, Pakistan where she received her BFA from the National College of Arts, Lahore. She later immigrated to the United States and attended the University of North Texas, obtaining an MFA in Fiber Arts. Currently, she resides in Indianapolis, Indiana, and Augusta, Georgia, where she is a professor and the Eminent Morris Scholar of Fine Art at Augusta University. Drawing from her experiences as a Pakistani woman and immigrant, Agha’s work is global in scope—crossing cultures and boundaries to explore shared humanity.

#art912 Of One Mind

Jepson Center
Of One Mind is a collaboration between local artists Autumn Gary and Alexis Javier around the theme of “oneness," an approach outlined in the Ohèn:ton Karihwatéhkwen, or the Haudenosaunee Thanksgiving Address. In this invocation, participants express gratitude for life-sustaining forces and elements, effectively recognizing humans' inseparable bond to the natural and spiritual worlds.

Dirt and Stardust

Jepson Center
The ninth annual Boxed In/Break Out features the unique sculptures of Abby Edwards, whose work explores the human experience through absurdity, humor, and child-like curiosity. Her installation Dirt and Stardust examines the relationship between humankind’s inner worlds and the outer cosmos through bold and colorful compositions.

Now on View at the Telfair Academy

Before Midnight: Bonaventure and the Bird Girl

Telfair Academy
Telfair Museums explores the history of Bonaventure Cemetery, the original home of the Sylvia Shaw Judson's iconic sculpture Bird Girl.

Museums for All

Telfair Museums has partnered with Museums for All to make museum visits accessible to everyone, encouraging people from all backgrounds to develop lifelong museum-going habits. Through this program, visitors can use SNAP EBT cards from any state to receive discounted admission.

Residents receiving SNAP benefits can purchase Telfair Museums passes at reduced rates for up to six people per SNAP card. Admission is $3 per adult (18 years and older), and children 17 and under can enter for free.

Museums for All is a key part of Telfair Museums’ commitment to inclusivity and accessibility. This initiative is a signature access program of the Institute of Museum and Library Services, administered by the Association of Children’s Museums.

Bloomberg Connects

Enhance your Telfair experience with our free digital guide!

Learn more about our sites, exhibitions, works on view, and explore other cultural art institutions from around the world.

Download the Bloomberg Connects app and search for “Telfair Museums” to begin exploring!


The Wildflower Café on Telfair Square is Now Open at the Jepson Center!

The Wildflower Café on Telfair Square features a seasonal lunch menu and provides guests with a spectacular view of the square from the Jepson Center’s Eckburg Atrium.

Museum admission is not required to dine at the café.

Open Daily
11AM – 4pm

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