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Square It Up.

Chatham Square is a beautiful square located in the historical section of Savannah. Great place to... read more

Reviewed October 18, 2018
luckyj_12
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Orlando, Florida
Featuring Spanish Moss

Established in 1847, Chatham Square features large trees draped in Spanish moss giving it that... read more

Reviewed October 9, 2017
AAHolt
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United States
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Oct 18, 2018
“Square It Up.”
Jun 23, 2018
“Tree filled, park like”
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A city square named for the Earl of Chatham, William Pitt.
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Reviewed October 18, 2018

Chatham Square is a beautiful square located in the historical section of Savannah. Great place to enjoy the live oaks and the hanging Spanish moss. Jolly Chriss.

Date of experience: October 2018
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Reviewed June 23, 2018

It is not as ornate as some of the others. It is filled with trees and is nice shade stop. The area has more of a residential feel.

Date of experience: June 2018
Thank tedact
Reviewed October 9, 2017

Established in 1847, Chatham Square features large trees draped in Spanish moss giving it that traditional southern charm. Beautiful.

Date of experience: March 2017
Thank AAHolt
Reviewed May 9, 2017

This square was laid out in 1847. It is named for William Pitt (think Pittsburgh), the Earl of Chatham. Interestingly, William Pitt never visited Savannah. This square is densely populated with huge live oak trees.

Date of experience: April 2017
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Reviewed April 30, 2017

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...More

Date of experience: April 2017
Thank matjaz2002
Reviewed February 4, 2017

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...More

Date of experience: January 2017
Thank Anne M
Reviewed June 7, 2016

We found this square on a tour. I loved it simplicity and peaceful feeling, it is a great stop for the trees and Spanish moss.

Date of experience: June 2016
Thank tedact
Reviewed April 1, 2016 via mobile

There's no fountains or giant statues to be seen here. What you will view is the scenery. Giant miss covered trees and shade. It's a bit off the route of traffic and a surprise to find.

Date of experience: April 2016
Thank CRodden
Reviewed February 2, 2016

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...More

Date of experience: January 2016
Thank jeffl499
Reviewed January 10, 2016

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...More

Date of experience: January 2016
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