There's no fountains or giant statues in this square. What you will see is the scenery. Laid out in 1847 and then dedicated to honor of William Pitt, the first Earl of Chatham with the Square and County named for him. It's more of a...更多
So many of the Squares in Savannah that my husband and I saw on our own or on our Segway tour, are within a short walking distance of the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist...worth a stop especially at Christmas. Chatham Square is one of...更多
Laid out in 1847 and then dedicated to honor of William Pitt, the first Earl of Chatham with the Square and County named for him. On Barnard and West Wayne Streets, the Square is outside the constant flow of pedestrian traffic on Bay and Bull...更多
Many of the other Squares have sculptures and fountains to draw you in. This one doesn’t need them. The fern and moss covered trees, compete with their twisted branches, allow one to forget they’re in a big city and take visitors away into a storybook...更多
This was one of my favorite squares in Savannah. It's more of a neighborhood square, and very quiet. Lushly treed and very shady. Not overrun with people. Fascinating architecture with the row houses surrounding it. Well worth it to stop buy and enjoy.