Robert Toombs House State Historic Site, Washington

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The Robert Toombs House State Historic Site is a historic property located at 216 East Robert Toombs Avenue in Washington, Georgia. It was the home of Robert Toombs (1810–85), who was a pro-Union U.S. representative and U.S. senator, and then a Confederate general and secretary of state during the American Civil War. Operated as a state historic site, the 19th-century period historic house museum also features exhibits about the life of Toombs. The house was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1973.
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  • Washington, Georgia isn't perhaps as well known for ante bellum homes as Madison, Georgia, but if you only came to this site and didn't bother with driving around the town, enjoying the square and...  more »
  • If in Washington Stop and visit this unique place. Get a tour as there is a lot to see and you will miss some if by yourself.  more »
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  • Wonderful, wonderful historic home. The manager was very knowledgeable of the history of the home!
  • Excellent kept piece of history. Very cheap to tour. Will be back!!

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