Hours of Operation
- Open 24 hours
This magical 30-acre park named for Georgia’s 33rd governor is a wonderful location to visit in Savannah. The park contains the most famous fountain in the city, first installed in 1858 and modeled after fountains in the Place de la Concorde in Paris. You will see locals strolling through the park, walking with dogs, reading amongst hammocks, art students sketching their surroundings, and maybe even local artisans working. There are also two children’s playgrounds, a concert and event space, a garden for the blind, basketball and tennis courts, and more! You will love this park that contributes to the local, everyday life in Savannah, and hosts many of the city’s most anticipated events.