Visit Some of the Most Quintessential Savannah, GA, Landmarks

There are seemingly endless things to do in Savannah. From the historic homes to the art galleries, there are so many attractions to occupy your time. But which are the must-see sites in town? If you’re looking for the most quintessential Savannah, GA, landmarks, we’ve got three fantastic suggestions.

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Visit These Savannah, GA, Landmarks

Forsyth Park

If you see a picture of a fountain in Savannah, the chances are good that it’s the one situated at the northernmost end of Forsyth Park. The structure and the park are two of the most quintessential Savannah images. The park is named for the 33rd Governor of Georgia, who added 20 acres to the original park. Today, it’s the largest park in the historic district of Savannah, Georgia. Concerts, farmers markets, and recreational sporting events are often held here. Consider packing a picnic for a romantic lunch in the park! It’s also an amazing site to photograph for any visiting shutterbugs. The fountain at Forsyth Park is just a 10-minute walk from The Inn on West Liberty.

Bonaventure Cemetery

Since it’s the oldest city in Georgia, Savannah is home to its fair share of cemeteries, churches, and historic sites. One that stands above the rest is Bonaventure Cemetary. Instead of a solemn site, the grounds are a well-manicured place to stroll on a sunny day. There are over 100 acres to explore, though most visitors stick to the 14 within Savannah’s historic district. The Bonaventure Historical Society offers free guided tours on the second Sunday of each month. Visitors who would like an in-depth peek into the past should be sure to attend. If you can’t make it to one of these, you can download the mobile app, which is chock-full of fascinating information.

Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace

While there are many historic house museums in Savannah, there’s one iconic home that stands out. The Harper Fowlkes House, located just around the corner from The Inn on West Liberty, is a classic example of Greek Revival architecture. This mansion was originally built in 1842 and has been meticulously maintained throughout the many years. Nowadays, it’s open to guests on Mondays and Wednesday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. During the tour of the mansion, you’ll learn about the home’s first owner, Alida Harper Fowlkes. Though not a well-known figure outside of Savannah, Fowlkes’s legacy is fascinating and one that you’ll enjoy learning about.

Stay at The Inn on West Liberty

Queen Bedroom in the Telfair Square Garden Villa at The Inn on West LibertyNo matter which Savannah, GA, landmarks you choose to visit, be sure to end your day at The Inn on West Liberty. Our historic bed and breakfast features modern amenities while still maintaining old-fashioned southern hospitality! Consider booking Polaski Square Cottage, our luxurious private quarters that are perfect for guests with pets or groups of four. Here, you’ll find gas fireplaces in both bedrooms, a walk-in shower adjoining the queen-size bedroom, and a tub and shower in the ultra-bath off of the main bedroom. This cottage also includes a fully equipped kitchen and dining area, as well as a spacious living room with a queen-size sleeper sofa.

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