The fountain in Forsyth ParkPosted: March 30, 2016
I would bet that most visitors to Savannah get to see the famous fountain in Forsyth Park, whether on foot or seated in one of the famous touring trolleys, but only the very lucky get to see it around St. Patrick’s Day when the water has been turned green. The approach to the iconic fountain is unforgettable — you walk up a wide path lined with azaleas (flowering at this time of year), under a canopy of Live Oaks dripping with moss — and the white fountain is set against a backdrop of deep green. Everyone stops to gaze up at it and many take a seat on a bench nearby to admire it for a longer time. No doubt one of the most magnificent spots to spend an hour or so in the city.