Mar. 23, 2017 | By Lauren Cleland
The 10 Most Photographed Places in Savannah
There is a well known fact about traveling: if you don’t take photos, it didn’t happen. Luckily, Savannah is full of photo-worthy sights begging to be captured on film. Take a look at the most iconic places to snap a photo below.
Once the southernmost edge of General Oglethorpe’s city plan, this 30-acre green space is home to various war monuments and a fountain inspired by the Place de la Concorde in Paris. Every inch of Forsyth Park is photo-worthy, but the fountain is especially popular for shutterbugs.
Whether you’re snapping a photograph of passing ships or capturing the art of praline-making, River Street is rife with photo opportunities.
An avenue sheltered by live oaks welcomes you to Wormsloe State Historic Site and beckons you to stop and snap a photo.
Walk to Monterey Square and you’ll find the infamous Mercer Williams House, made famous by the novel, “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.” The home, flanked by palm trees, has an air of eeriness that makes every photo extra intriguing.
Whether you’re snapping the exterior or the interior, a photo of the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist is nothing short of jaw-dropping and awe-inspiring.
The famous bench is no longer there, but that doesn’t stop visitors from striking their best Forrest Gump post and snapping a memorable photograph.
It’s not every day that you pass a pink house – especially a pink 18th Century Mansion! The Olde Pink House is one of Savannah‘s most popular restaurant, both for its beautiful appearance and delicious culinary offerings.
Vast, oak-shaded and quintessentially Southern, Bonaventure Cemetery is a photographer’s paradise. Every corner is filled with monuments, Spanish moss-draped trees and the whispered stories of the cemetery’s inhabitants.