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Great Looking Gazebo

This nice-looking square has a gazebo. The square was laid out in 1851 and is named for the Rev... read more

Reviewed 1 February 2018
urbanguy
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Richmond, Virginia
The gazebo adds a unique touch

Each of the squares in downtown Savannah offers a unique touch. In Whitefield Square, it is the... read more

Reviewed 9 October 2017
AAHolt
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United States
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The city square is surrounded by wooden houses with a Victorian gazebo in the center.
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1 Feb 2018
“Great Looking Gazebo”
9 Oct 2017
“The gazebo adds a unique touch”
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Reviewed 1 February 2018

This nice-looking square has a gazebo. The square was laid out in 1851 and is named for the Rev. George Whitefield, who founded the Bethesda Home for Boys.

Thank urbanguy
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Reviewed 9 October 2017

Each of the squares in downtown Savannah offers a unique touch. In Whitefield Square, it is the gazebo. Another beautiful place to relax.

Thank AAHolt
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Reviewed 1 May 2017

The gazebo was donated by Burt Reynolds. The square is peaceful and wasn't crowded.Laid out in 1851, Whitefield Square was the last square to be build in the downtown Savannah area. It is dedicated to Rev. George Whitefield, a pastor.

Thank Matt P
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Reviewed 19 April 2017

Pretty little square on the 'outskirts' of the historic downtown area of Savannah. The gazebo was donated by Burt Reynolds. The square is peaceful and wasn't crowded. Good quiet square for a picnic or nap!

Thank Rebekah_M1987
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Reviewed 9 October 2016

This is a square that sits near a couple of retirement homes. We mainly saw locals using the park. They made us feel very welcome. The gazebo is adorable, as is all of the park. The square is very beautiful.

Thank Bob19512014
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Reviewed 3 February 2016

Laid out in 1851, Whitefield Square was the last square to be build in the downtown Savannah area. At the intersection of Habersham and East Wayne Streets, it is set in the southeast quadrant beyond the heavily trafficked streets of the city. It is dedicated...More

1  Thank jeffl499
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Reviewed 1 April 2015

Whitefield Square is on Habersham just South of Liberty and is one of the prettiest venues in historic Savannah. The gazebo is one of the favorite wedding sites in the city and the surrounding buildings give one the real feeling of olden times. This is...More

2  Thank HazardBob
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Reviewed 20 October 2013

My niece and her best friend had the pleasure of getting married in Whitefield Square. With it's tree lined square, gazebo in the center, violin music and flowers, they couldn't have picked a more beautiful place to get married.

3  Thank Barb D
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Reviewed 19 February 2009

I love this square. I ride my bike through this square all the time. I think it has a lot more than some of the other notible squares. It has a more historic natural feel. I like the benches too. Also theres a retirement home...More

1  Thank SavCam
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