The Battlefield Park is a memorial to all of those who lost their lives in one of the most infamous and bloody battles that occurred during the American Revolutionary War. The park is free to all visitors.
The dedication park contains 800 rock markers to speak to all the officers who kicked the bucket during the fight in Savannah. On location is likewise a 13 star banner flying from a 50 foot staff. Guests can remain at the focal point of the fight at the Spring Hill Redoubt and attempt to envision 8,000 officers battling one another. Climb the slope and show signs of improvement feel for what it resembled for the warriors.
Toward the beginning of October in 1779, three unique armed forces that additional up to 8,000 officers combined on Savannah. The British troopers would not like to surrender their control of Savannah. Despite the fact that they were dwarfed by the American and French warriors, at last the British kept control of the city. There were an extraordinary number of setbacks and passings thus.
The park is a good place to visit to get a understanding of Savannah’s early history. Tricentennial Park is also home to the Savannah Children’s Museum and the Georgia State Railroad. All important information can be found in the Visitor Center next to the Battlefield Park.
Confederate War Memorial Monument
First Jewish Cemetery
Old Harbor Light & Oglethorpe Bench