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The Ashantilly Center, known as “Old Tabby,” was the mainland home of Thomas Spalding, early Georgia planter, legislator, and McIntosh County landowner. The original home, circa 1820, burned in 1937, and the current house was an ongoing project of...more
We were lucky to find Marty there to show us around the print shop and also the home as we dropped by on a Wednesday afternoon. We learned so much and love the items we purchased from the print shop. Definitely worth a stop.
We had a wonderful time visiting Ashantilly Center for theie open house for Christmas. Beautiful Historic decorations, wine and snacks and serenaded by Christmas Charolers are sure to get you in the spirit
When near Darien, GA this place merits a side trip. Gaining instant historical knowledge is fun when visiting the Ashantilly Center.
We were given a tour by Ms. Harriet Langford. She referred to the Board of Directors, but without saying she was the President. This...More
It is a great place to visit! The staff is very friendly and knowledgeable about the area. We loved our tour guide, Harriet. She gave us a wonderful tour of the house and print shop. Sara, one of the friendly printing staff, even allowed us...More
Our wonderful volunteer guide, Harriet, showed us around this lovely house which was lovingly restored by renowned artist Bill Hanes after it was destroyed by fire in the 1930s. Hanes was a printer who ran the letterpress Ashantilly Press, and his beautiful work is everywhere...More
The older I get the more of a history buff I become. I was told about this place a couple of years ago but only recently knew that I could set up a tour. Harriet, our host, was so wonderful. You can tell she truly...More
We stopped to see this site on our visit to Darien. While we understand the state of the home both because of the gentleman who owned the house and his business and lack of funding for the association we do hope that this historic structure...More
I don't remember the regular times. I know that someone is usually there and will let you in and show you around if they are. The best is to call ahead of time to set up the tour. That's what we did since we brought a group... More
I don't remember the regular times. I know that someone is usually there and will let you in and show you around if they are. The best is to call ahead of time to set up the tour. That's what we did since we brought a group. But, I remember them saying they showed a couple around earlier that day that just showed up.