Savannah Historic Overview Trolley Tour

Reynolds Square in Savannah, GA

Abercorn St Savannah, , GA 31401
The following tours go by Reynolds Square:
Savannah Historic Overview Trolley Tour Photo
2/27/2024 - 12/31/2024
Get a wondrous look into Savannah's most famed locales with the Savannah Historic Overview Trolley Tour, a unique historical tour.
Savannah's Civil War Tour Photo
2/28/2024 - 1/31/2025
Looking to dive deeper into the history of Savannah, GA?
Walking Tour of Savannah's Historic District Photo
3/3/2024 - 12/29/2024
Looking for an immersive journey filled with rich history and unmatched beauty?
A Walk Through Midnight in Savannah Photo
2/29/2024 - 12/31/2024
Welcome to A Walk Through Midnight in Savannah, a thrilling nighttime tour through the beautiful and eerie streets of Savannah, Georgia.
Southern Flavors Savannah Photo
2/27/2024 - 1/31/2025
If you're looking for the ultimate Southern food experience, look no further than the Southern Flavors Savannah food tour in Savannah, Georgia.
Savannah General History Tour Photo
3/22/2024 - 5/25/2024
If you're looking for a tour that will take you through the historical highlights and hidden gems of Savannah, then the Savannah General History Tour is just the activity for you!
Spirits with Spirits Happy Hour Tour in Savannah Photo
2/29/2024 - 12/30/2024
Are you ready to experience Savannah's chills and thrills?
History Tour Photo
2/29/2024 - 12/14/2024
Are you ready to embark on a journey into the rich history and culture of Savannah, Georgia?
Self-Guided 'Old Squares of Savannah' Solo Walking Tour Photo
2/27/2024 - 1/31/2025
If you're planning a trip to Savannah, GA and looking for a unique way to explore the city, consider taking a self-guided audio tour!
Half Day Tour Land and Sea Savannah Historic Trolley and Cruise Photo
2/27/2024 - 1/31/2025
Dive headfirst into a grand historical adventure with a Half Day Tour Land and Sea: Savannah Historic Trolley and Cruise.
The following tours visit Reynolds Square:
Savannah Historic Trolley Tour Photo
2/27/2024 - 12/31/2024
With the Savannah Historic Hop On & Hop Off Tour, you can see all the sights this quaint city has to offer at your own pace with this hop on & hop off tour.
Lower New Square was laid out in 1734 and was later renamed for Capt. John Reynolds, governor of Georgia in the mid-1750s. Reynolds was in fact an unpopular governor and it is said that the celebration held upon his arrival in the colony was rivaled only by that held upon his departure.

The square contains a bronze statue by Marshall Daugherty honoring John Wesley, founder of Methodism. Wesley spent most of his life in England but undertook a mission to Savannah (1735–1738), during which time he founded the first Sunday school in America. The statue was installed in 1969 on the spot where Wesley's home is believed to have stood. The statue is intended to show Wesley preaching out-of-doors as he did when leading services for Native Americans, a practice which angered church elders who believed that the Gospel should only be preached inside the church building.

Reynolds Square was the site of the Filature, which housed silkworms as part of an early—and unsuccessful—attempt to establish a silk industry in the Georgia colony. It is located on Abercorn, between Bryan and Congress Streets.

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