Washington Square
Considered by many to be Savannah's most beautiful garden square, with slate walkways bordered with indigenous shrubs and a colorful array of flowering plants underneath moss draped oaks in the spring of the year, Washington Square hosts many outside weddings, occasionally the bride to be being delivered to this well appointed square by horse drawn carriage. Developed in 1790 at approximately the same time that Warren Square was also laid out, Washington Square bordered Trustees Garden in the early years and was also known as Eastern Common in spite of being named in honor of General George Washington, our first President.