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|O V E R V I E W|
|Description:||The Owens-Thomas House is considered the finest example of English Regency architecture in America by architectural historians. Inspired by classical antiquity, this style of architecture takes its name from England's King George IV, who ruled as Prince Regent from 1811 to 1820.
The house was designed by the young English architect William Jay (1792-1837), one of the first professionally trained architects practicing in the United States. The elegant residence was built for cotton merchant and banker Richard Richardson and his wife Francis Bolton.
|A D D R E S S|
|Address 1:||124 Abercorn Street|
|Address 2:||on Oglethorpe Square|
|V I S I T I N G I N F O|
|Hours:||Sunday: 1-5 pm
Monday: Noon-5 pm
Tuesday - Saturday: 10 am-5 pm
Seniors & AAA: $8
College students: $5
Children 5-12: $4
Children under 5: Free
Or you can purchase a 3-site combination ticket, which includes the Telfair Academy of Arts & Sciences, the Jepson Center for the Arts, and the Owens-Thomas House for $15. A Family 3-site combo admission is also available for $30.
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