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Very small

This was one of the smallest square we encountered on a walk through historical Savannah. It really... read more

Reviewed 9 May 2017
Steve R
,
Orlando, Florida
via mobile
Peaceful!!!

one of the smaller savannah squares. But to me it was perfect in that i could relex and not have to... read more

Reviewed 2 May 2017
Matt P
,
Gainesville, Virginia
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City square named for General Joseph Warren, who died at the Battle of Bunker Hill.
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9 May 2017
“Very small”
2 May 2017
“Peaceful!!!”
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Savannah, GA
Downtown
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Reviewed 9 May 2017 via mobile

This was one of the smallest square we encountered on a walk through historical Savannah. It really doesn't have much going on besides the fact that it's really quiet and peaceful.

1  Thank Steve R
Reviewed 2 May 2017

one of the smaller savannah squares. But to me it was perfect in that i could relex and not have to hear anyone talking or noise. It was dedicated to General Joseph Warren who was a hero of the Revoluntionary War in the Battle of...More

Thank Matt P
Reviewed 1 April 2016 via mobile

One of the smallest squares I've seen. Little attraction. It made me want to pull up a seat with a good book. Nice place to visit.

Thank CRodden
Reviewed 5 February 2016

An early square (1791) dedicated to General Joseph Warren who was a hero of the Revolutionary War by his death in the Battle of Bunker Hill, it is located on Habersham between Bryan and Congress Streets. The citizenry of Savannah developed a close connection with...More

Thank jeffl499
Reviewed 3 May 2014

One of the smaller squares without major fountains, etc. What it lacks in attractions it makes up with peace and quiet. Bring a book and listen to the musicians that frequent this beautiful park. Sometimes less is more. Park is surrounded by beauty as well....More

Thank James H
Reviewed 31 July 2013

If you had to skip a square-this one would be on the list. Small and peaceful, but not a whole lot to it. I guess if you wanted a quiet square to sit and read a book at=this would do the job

Thank jlantern3
Reviewed 4 October 2012

General Warren is one of the unsung heroes of the American Revolution. I saw the statue of General Warren several years ago when I visited the Bunker Hill Monument, so it was nice to visit this square that was named in his honor. As with...More

3  Thank bwco
Reviewed 29 December 2011

I stopped in Warren Square on my way from my hotel, the Staybridge Suites, to Leopold's for ice cream. A musician was playing the violin in the park. It was late in the day, less than an hour before dark. I sat on one of...More

2  Thank Razorfish
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