Childhood Home in Savannah, visited Andalusia. It was the first time he has been out here since 2006 and, not surprisingly, was duly impressed with all the work that has been done on the farm since that time. The reason for his visit? Because the childhood home is closed this week for cleaning, he decided to take a busman's holiday and visit our site. After touring Andalusia, Toby planned to see the O'Connor Room at Georgia College and Memory Hill Cemetery. From there he was going to head across the state to tour Carson McCullers's home in Columbus. Now that is a docent who loves his job! Some time after Toby left, it occurred to me that I've never mentioned O'Connor's Childhood Home on this blog. My bad! The town house on Charlton Street is a must-see attraction in Savannah and, for all you Flannery fans, it needs to be on your bucket list of places to go. The Flannery O'Connor Childhood Home Foundation has done a masterful job restoring the home where the future author spent the first third of her life. There are many original pieces on display in the home, including the perambulator you see here that her parents used to walk their infant daughter along the sunny squares of Savannah. The best part of visiting the home, however, is the delightful tour you will receive from the affable Mr. Aldrich.