Statues and Monuments in Savannah

Throughout the Historic District of Savannah you'll find many statues and monuments. Here at Gallivanter Tours, we've put together a list of the Statues and Monuments in Savannah to help you find them all!

The William Jasper Monument, which can be found on Madison Square.

The William Jasper Monument

One of the most beautiful monuments in Savannah is the Sgt. William Jasper Monument. This amazing monument can be found in Madison Square.

The Waving Girl, one of Savannah's many statues and monuments..

The Waving Girl Statue

Florence Martus, the famous waving girl of Savannah has a monument dedicated to her. You can find her statue on the east-end of River Street. While not many people see it, it is a little out of the way, it is well-worth the short walk to check it out.

The Confederate/Civil War Monument, the large monument that you can find in Forsyth Park.

The Confederate/Civil War Monument

Located in the Forsyth Park Extension, the Confederate Monument is an imposing, 48-foot tribute. A lone, anonymous soldier stands atop sandstone, commanding the considerations of visitors. Yet the Confederate Monument is mired in misconception. Popularly thought to memorialize the Confederacy, the monument instead commemorates Savannah’s “Confederate Dead.”

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