Many of the squares are currently being worked on, cleaned up, etc. It is great that the city cares for them. Trolley rides are a great way to hit up the majority of squares!
Savannah's historic district has 23 squares, each unique in some way. And, of course, built around them on the four sides are usually some of the most gorgeous homes/mansions to just gaze at (some are open for tours). Lafayette Square has a lovely fountain in the middle, which further enhances the atmosphere. In spite of the heat of the day,... More
Savannah's squares are very unique and special. You have to see them all when visiting the city. There is nothing like them elsewhere in the county. Take the time to go to our visitor center and get the walking map. The squares are uniquely Savannah and beautiful to see. I think a walking tour is the best way to see... More
Savannah has 23 squares and this is another beautiful square. This is nearby the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. This is a very peaceful spot and is worth stopping at. Recommended.
Located adjacent to the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, this is a nice place to stop and relax. We saw flower petals in the grass, and our walking tour guide told us that marriages are performed here regularly! One thing to note: During a break with a frozen coffee on a bench, my husband and I were approached by... More
My wife and I visited Lafayette Square this past August. It is located next to the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. The Andrew Low House is also located on the west side of the square. Lafayette Square is another of the great parks in the Historic District.
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