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Get a 360-Degree View of Forsyth Park in Savannah
Spanning more than 30 acres, Forsyth Park is Savannah's largest and oldest public park. The park's iconic fountain was installed in 1858 and is one of the most-photographed places in Savannah. There is abundant shade and space for sitting to take in the towering live oaks and pink- and white-dotted azalea bushes, and people can always be found walking, jogging, and leading dogs on the park's paths.
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How to get to Forsyth Park
The largest park in Savannah's historic district, Forsyth Park is bordered by Gaston Street, Drayton Street, Whitaker Street, and Park Avenue. You can stroll through the park as you're exploring Savannah's squares, and you can learn more about its history and many more city landmarks on guided tours from Old Savannah Tours, Old Town Trolley Tours of Savannah, Bonnie Blue Tours, and more.
Things to do nearby
Nearby, you can rent a bike to explore the city from Savannah on Wheels, grab a cup of coffee at The Sentient Bean, and pick up a growler at White Whale Craft Ales. Forsyth Park is home to a Farmers' Market on Saturdays and frequently hosts festivals and other events. Check the events calendar to see what's coming up.