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Outdoors in Savannah
Madison Square is one of Outdoors in Savannah.

1. Madison Square

9.0
Bull St (btw Charlton St & Harris St), Savannah, GA
Place · Historic District-South · 12 conseils et avis

KeytoSavannah.comKeytoSavannah.com: Named in honor of President James Madison in 1837, it is the home of St. John's Episcopal Church, the Green-Meldrim House, and the Sorrel-Weed House; be sure to see them all! En savoir plus .

Johnson Square is one of Outdoors in Savannah.

2. Johnson Square

8.7
Johnson Square (2-48 E Bryan St), Savannah, GA
Place · Historic District-North · 24 conseils et avis

KeytoSavannah.comKeytoSavannah.com: The 1st square built in Savannah in 1733. To this day it remains the largest of all 24 squares. Many of the cities banks are located here, which is why it has been nicknamed "Banking Square." En savoir plus .

Forsyth Park Fountain is one of Outdoors in Savannah.

3. Forsyth Park Fountain

9.1
Drayton St (Gaston St), Savannah, GA
Fontaine · Historic District-South · 29 conseils et avis

KeytoSavannah.comKeytoSavannah.com: On March 11, 2011, visit the famous, Forsyth Park Fountain for an annual Savannah tradition... the Greening of the Fountain! En savoir plus .

Pulaski Square is one of Outdoors in Savannah.

4. Pulaski Square

8.1
Pulaski Square, Savannah, GA
Place · Historic District-South · 9 conseils et avis

KeytoSavannah.comKeytoSavannah.com: Named in honor of General Casimir Pulaski who died due to wounds from the Siege of Savannah. See the square's beautiful live oaks and check out Pulaski's statue nearby at Monterey Square! En savoir plus .

Troup Square is one of Outdoors in Savannah.

5. Troup Square

8.3
Troup Square, Savannah, GA
Parc · Historic District-South · 4 conseils et avis

KeytoSavannah.comKeytoSavannah.com: Bring your pets to the Myers Drinking Fountain, located here. Originally located in Forsyth Park, the fountain was reinstalled in the 1980s. Perfect for your pup to get a tasty sip of water. En savoir plus .

Columbia Square is one of Outdoors in Savannah.

6. Columbia Square

8.8
Columbia Square, Savannah, GA
Place · Historic District-North · 128 conseils et avis

KeytoSavannah.comKeytoSavannah.com: Features the "Wormsloe Fountain," which was added in 1970 to honor the DeRenne family. Check out the Davenport House, saved in 1955 by a local movement of 7 women, the Historic Savannah Foundation. En savoir plus .

Oglethorpe Square is one of Outdoors in Savannah.

7. Oglethorpe Square

9.0
Oglethorpe Sq., Savannah, GA
Place · Historic District-North · 12 conseils et avis

KeytoSavannah.comKeytoSavannah.com: Named in honor of Georgia's founder, James Edward Oglethorpe, in 1742. On the East side of the square, check out the Owens-Thomas House, an example of the finest Regency architecture in the US. En savoir plus .

Chippewa Square is one of Outdoors in Savannah.

8. Chippewa Square

9.1
16 W Hull St (Bull St), Savannah, GA
Place · Historic District-North · 40 conseils et avis

KeytoSavannah.comKeytoSavannah.com: Originally laid out in 1815, it is named for the famous battle fought during the War of 1812. The center monument is of James Edward Oglethorpe, the great soldier-philanthropist who founded Georgia! En savoir plus .

Reynolds Square is one of Outdoors in Savannah.

9. Reynolds Square

8.8
E Congress St (at Abercorn St), Savannah, GA
Parc · Historic District-North · 12 conseils et avis

KeytoSavannah.comKeytoSavannah.com: See the bronze statue of John Wesley in the center of the square, honoring the founder of Methodism. Wesley actually founded the first Sunday school in America, here in Savannah, Georgia. En savoir plus .

Calhoun Square is one of Outdoors in Savannah.

10. Calhoun Square

8.6
Abercorn Street (East Wayne Street), Savannah, GA
Place · Historic District-South · 6 conseils et avis

KeytoSavannah.comKeytoSavannah.com: Laid out in 1851 and named in honor of John C. Calhoun. While here, be sure to visit the Massie School and Wesley Monumental Methodist Church, both are located on Calhoun Square. En savoir plus .

Whitefield Square is one of Outdoors in Savannah.

11. Whitefield Square

8.4
Whitefield Square (Between Taylor St. and Gordon St), Savannah, GA
Place · Historic District-South · 4 conseils et avis

KeytoSavannah.comKeytoSavannah.com: The LAST square built in Savannah, completed in 1851, and named for Rev. George Whitefield, the founder of the Bethesda Home for Boys. While here, be sure to see the First Congregational Church. En savoir plus .

Ellis Square is one of Outdoors in Savannah.

12. Ellis Square

8.5
Barnard St (btwn Bryan St & Congress St), Savannah, GA
Place · Historic District-North · 32 conseils et avis

KeytoSavannah.comKeytoSavannah.com: One of four original squares laid out in 1733. It was often called the Marketplace Square, but was actually named in honor of Henry Ellis, Georgia's 2nd Royal Governor. See the new water works!

Orleans Square is one of Outdoors in Savannah.

13. Orleans Square

8.7
Orleans Square (Hull St.), Savannah, GA
Place · Historic District-North · 6 conseils et avis

KeytoSavannah.comKeytoSavannah.com: Named to congratulate General Andrew Jackson's victory in the Battle of New Orleans & honor the heroes of the War of 1812. See the fountain built to celebrate the 250th anniversary of GA & the City. En savoir plus .

Forsyth Park is one of Outdoors in Savannah.

14. Forsyth Park

9.5
Drayton St (btwn Gaston & Park St), Savannah, GA
Parc · Historic District-South · 108 conseils et avis

KeytoSavannah.comKeytoSavannah.com: Savannah's first and largest recreational parks, Forsyth Park offers tourists and locals a gorgeous morning stroll, an unforgettable wedding venue, and the perfect sports arena. Have a picnic!! En savoir plus .

Wright Square is one of Outdoors in Savannah.

15. Wright Square

8.5
Wright Square (State St), Savannah, GA
Place · Historic District-North · 22 conseils et avis

KeytoSavannah.comKeytoSavannah.com: Laid out in 1733, it is one of the original squares of Savannah. Around 1763, it was renamed to honor James Wright, the royal Governor of the province of Georgia. En savoir plus .

Telfair Square is one of Outdoors in Savannah.

16. Telfair Square

8.4
Telfair Square (Barnard St.), Savannah, GA
Place · Historic District-North · 10 conseils et avis

KeytoSavannah.comKeytoSavannah.com: Originally named St. John's Square, it was renamed Telfair Square to honor Edward Telfair, three time governor of Georgia (1786-1792), and his family. While here, visit the Juliette Gordon Lowe home. En savoir plus .

Washington Square is one of Outdoors in Savannah.

17. Washington Square

8.8
Houston St (at Congress), Savannah, GA
Place · Historic District-North · 6 conseils et avis

KeytoSavannah.comKeytoSavannah.com: Named in honor of the 1st US President, George Washington. While here, be sure to check out the Mulberry Inn, originally a cotton warehouse built in the 1860s, and once a Coca-Cola bottling plant. En savoir plus .

Lafayette Square is one of Outdoors in Savannah.

18. Lafayette Square

8.7
Abercorn St (Between Charlton st and Harris st), Savannah, GA
Place · Historic District-South · 5 conseils et avis

KeytoSavannah.comKeytoSavannah.com: In 1846, the City jail was located here. Now, it is famous for the Andrew Low House which was built in 1849 on the West side of the square. See the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist too, breathtaking! En savoir plus .

Colonial Park Cemetery is one of Outdoors in Savannah.

19. Colonial Park Cemetery

201 E Oglethorpe Ave, Savannah, GA
Cimetière · Historic District-North · 32 conseils et avis

KeytoSavannah.comKeytoSavannah.com: As the 2nd cemetery in colonial Savannah, Colonial Park was the burying ground for the city from about 1750 until 1853. It is the burial ground of the royal Governor of Georgia, James Habersham. En savoir plus .

Warren Square is one of Outdoors in Savannah.

20. Warren Square

8.1
Warren Square, Savannah, GA
Place · Historic District-North · 5 conseils et avis

KeytoSavannah.comKeytoSavannah.com: Named after General Joseph Warren, killed in the 1775 Battle of Bunker Hill. Check out the Spencer House on the West side of the square which was built in 1791, the same year the square was laid. En savoir plus .