Ellis Square – Top Places to Visit in Savannah

Barnard St & W Congress St, Savannah, GA 31410

Lovely and usually well maintained inviting. Children seem to like to refresh and parents enjoy the picture. A bit more seating was going to be around. Fun place to play dogs and kids. The cars are also parked by people. Has a water attraction that moisturizes things. Ellis Square, given its wealth of history, is such a remarkable square. It is dog friendly and family oriented. Entertainment is frequent, and food is within walking distance. It’s a wonderful place to relax and chill or meet your family on vacation. In this one square there are even showers, security and parking garages.

Past very full. There are beautiful oak trees. There are beautiful gardens on the streets. A wide variety of ethnic origins. There s something in the city center for all areas of life. Lovely outdoor park right by the river Savannah and right next to the market town. Excellent food throughout the street. Lovely scenery. Super downtown location. It is a familiar place during the day. During the day. It’s a party area at night. Several restaurants and shops offering live music, cool and refreshing drinks outside of the square. Great place and great meal for people watching. Downtown Savannah, Ellis Square is a great area. The historic district is centrally located.

Around 4 open squares, each surrounding 4 residential (tything) blocks and 4 cantonal (trust) blocks, were laid out in the United States city of Savannah, Georgia in 1733. Only two additional wards were designed once the four wards were developed in the mid-1730. The site layout and eight surrounding blocks were named the’ premise.’ The original plan (now the Oglethorpe Project) was part of a larger regional plan which included parks, farms and’ out – of-the-bound villages.’ Whereas some governments claim that the original design enabled the city to develop, thereby extending the network, the region’s plan indicates otherwise.

This amazing location is located in beautiful Savannah, Georgia, along with these other must-see places of interest: 

  • Savannah Riverfront
  • The Savannah Civic Center
  • Tybee Island Light Station
  • The Georgia Historical Society
  • Franklin Square
  • Ellis Square
  • Savannah’s Haitian Monument
  • Fort Jackson
  • The Savannah International Trade & Convention Center
  • Forsyth Park

And after your visit make sure to stop by the best CBD Store in Savannah, Mary Jane’s CBD Dispensary, on West Victory Drive!

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