The Victorian District could be called the first suburb of Savannah. It was the first major southward expansion beyond original Landmark District following the Civil War, continued the iconic history and tradition Savannah, and is now a lively part of the culture of this quintessential Southern city. Populated with Victorian and Greek revival architecture homes, Forsyth Park is the geographical and cultural hub of the neighborhood.
Whether you want to go for jog or spend an afternoon relaxing on the grass, walk through bending sidewalks shaded by live oak and Spanish moss or experience a live show at the open-air concert pavilion, Forsyth Park is constantly host to community events in addition to the thirty acres of versatile, open space it usually provides. Enjoy any number of coffee shops or independent artisan restaurants and shops in the surrounding neighborhood, or take a short walk across the green that binds the Victorian to the Landmark Historic District and indulge in any one of the ubiquitous Southern traditions offered by the friendly and accommodating cityscape of Savannah.