If you want to make the most out of your Southern getaway, we have the perfect itinerary for you! Visit Reynolds Square in Savannah and have the historical experience you’ve been dreaming of. Learn about Savannah’s prestigious history, admire breathtaking buildings, eat at delicious restaurants, and go for a walk in the sun. We have put together a list of ideas for you to fully enjoy your stay at Presidents’ Quarters Inn, so start packing your suitcase! Once you hear about all the great things we’ve planned for you, you will want to rush to Reynolds Square in Savannah.
The Perfect Itinerary for Your Day at Reynolds Square in Savannah
Learn About Savannah’s History in the Morning
Reynolds Square is one of the oldest squares in Savannah. Established in 1734, it was named after the first colonial governor of Georgia. The original House of Assembly was first held here, and the first reading of the Declaration of Independence in the state took place here.
Now located at the heart of the Business District, Reynolds Square keeps its historical roots. A statue of Reverend John Wesley, the founder of Methodism and first rector of Savannah’s Christ Church, stands at the center of the square. One of Savannah’s most architecturally important houses is also located here. Be sure to check out the Oliver Sturges House at 27 Abercorn Street.
Just a few steps from Reynolds Square is the historic Olde Pink House. This Georgia mansion was built in 1771 for James Habersham, one of Savannah’s founders. Nowadays, it is known as one of the best restaurants in town and is the perfect place to have lunch with your loved ones. From classic Southern dishes like crispy fried lobster tails and chicken pot pie to delicious appetizers like spiced peanuts with a honey glaze, the Olde Pink House offers a top-notch menu that’s hard to resist.
Go for an Afternoon Walk
After your lunch break, it’s time to go for a walk. Reynolds Square is located near Savannah’s famous waterfront. Here, you’ll find several attractions like riverboat tours and quaint souvenir boutiques. Before heading back to Reynolds Square, make sure you stop at Leopold’s Ice Cream to taste their famous tutti frutti creation! Established in 1919 and ran by the same family since then, it’s an absolute must-see.
There’s nothing like walking around a shaded square, surrounded by the people you love, with a sweet ice cream in your hand. Feel the breeze as it blows through the Spanish moss hanging from the large oak trees above. Sit on one of the wooden benches and take a moment to get a look around and get lost in the beauty of it all.
Spend A Night at the Theater
End your day at Reynolds Square with a show at the Lucas Theatre for the Arts. This historic theater offers a wide variety of films, operas, concerts, plays, and more. It was built in 1921 by South Carolina native Arthur Melville Lucas. The building underwent massive renovations in the 1990s and is now on the National Register of Historic Places. It’s the perfect place to spend the evening!
Spend a Real Southern Weekend at Presidents’ Quarters Inn
Walking around Savannah can be exhausting, and you deserve a comfortable room to come home to at the end of the day. Our stunning accommodations are the perfect place to stay. With outstanding amenities like onsite parking, complimentary breakfast, and a happy hour, there’s no place better.
Book our spacious, fully-renovated Abraham Lincoln Room and fall asleep in the arms of history. Take a hot bath in your private bathroom and get a good night’s sleep in the four-poster king bed. Wake up the next morning to the sound of birds chirping and enjoy a delicious Southern breakfast with freshly-baked muffins and croissants.
Book your stay today and enjoy a lovely day in the sun in gorgeous Savannah!