Each city square in Savannah provides a little history lesson. The beauty of each square is unique to each one
About Madison Square
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Lots of shade, birds, and benches to sit on! Enjoy! Bring a few snacks, a bottle of water, and enjoy!
This square, named after James Madison, does have a statue situated on it. The centrally-located statue (1888) is very nice and historically interesting. The statue honors the heroism of a Revolutionary War soldier, killed (1779) not too far from the square.
The square is named for James Madison our 4th President of the United States. The square dates back to 1837. Walk around and enjoy the square. Found a bench and relax.
Thanks to the history lesson my husband and I got from our Segway guide, we know that Madison Square was named after James Madison, our 4th President of the USA. We also found out that it dates back to 1837, when Savannah's squares were being...More
This is a park to read all of the plaques and memorials. They tell the story of not just Savannah, but of America. Landscaping is tremendous.
Took in Madison square part of our walking tour of savannah. the place has a nice area to sit and a few photo opportunities to get those holiday snaps. there are a few benches to sit and it's a picturesque place for a sit down...More
Find a bench and sit a spell and enjoy Savannah history and architecture at its best. On the west side of the square is the beautiful gothic-style home of Charles Greene, most well-known for being General Sherman's headquarters during the Civil War. On the north...More