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Reynolds Square

Abercorn Street, Between East Bryant and East Congress Streets, Savannah, GA 31401
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City square with a statue of John Wesley and the Lucas Theater, which is being restored to its architectural glory of the 1920s.
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Abercorn Street, Between East Bryant and East Congress Streets, Savannah, GA 31401
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We loved visiting the squares throughout Savannah as part of our self guided walking tour. If you are interested in the history of religion, this would be a great stop because the man in the center is an homage to Reverend John Wesley, known as...More

Thank Kristen H
Reviewed 5 November 2017 via mobile

John Wesley, founder of the Methodist faith and giant of Protestants, spent a good amount of time in Savannah and not many know that. His place in Savannah’s immense historical significance is honored here in Reynolds Square. A favorite place of mine. Nearby are local...More

Thank Gary A
Reviewed 26 October 2017 via mobile

Reynolds Square in downtown Savannah is anchored by the John Wesley monument and superbly positioned to begin a walking tour. Great place to enjoy the feeling of Savannah.

Thank Ernbo6
Reviewed 10 October 2017

Reynolds Square was established in 1734 and eventually named after John Reynolds, governor of Georgia. A bronze monument in the square honors Methodist leader John Wesley. Beautiful square.

Thank AAHolt
Reviewed 30 May 2017

Plenty of shade, birds to enjoy, sit on a bench and enjoy a little rest! Very pleasant little place to stop!

Thank Victoria L
Reviewed 6 May 2017

Enjoyed the square both because of its beauty and location - walked through it a few times as it was central to most of my activities but what was most fascinating was the statue and history of John Wesley. Had no idea of his involvement...More

Thank RonWamberal
Reviewed 1 May 2017

The square, like all of the squares in Savannah, is a green paradise. If you are waiting for dinner at the nearby Old Pink House stop by and walk around this nice groom square.This small square is surrounding by shops, bars and restaurants. Close to...More

Thank Matt P
Reviewed 28 April 2017

All the green small parks - squares - in the historical part of Savannah contribute greatly to the city's charm. On the Reynolds Square is the famous John Wesley statue and across the street is The Olde Pink House. A building dating back to 1771,...More

3  Thank Wenovo
Reviewed 20 April 2017

For a Methodist, the statue of John Wesley near one of the locations of a house he lived in and hosted the first Methodist meetings in America is reason enough to visit. The square, like all of the squares in Savannah, is a green oasis....More

Thank JaydeeHanson
Reviewed 20 April 2017

Nicely landscaped with a statue in the center of Reverend John Wesley one of the first rectors of Savannah's Christ Church. Wesley was the father of Methodism and the Wesleyan Church.

Thank David B
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