Monterey Square

Plaza, Landmark
Bull St (Between Gordon St and Taylor St)
Savannah, GA


  • Monterey Square was laid out in 1847 and commemorates the Battle of Monterrey, in which US forces (under Gen. Zachary Taylor's command) captured the city of Monterrey during the Mexican-American War.
  • All of the buildings are original to this square, except the United Way building. The center monument is dedicated to General Casimir Pulaski, try to discover a cool fact about the unique design.
  • Theres a grave there x.x
  • Designed in 1847. Commemorate the 1846 Battle of Monterey during the Mexican American War. Monument honors Casimir Pulaski, a Polish nobleman who fell during the Siege of Savannah fighting for America
  • Keep walking until you find Six Pence pub!
  • Great pictures
  • NO PANHANDLING - KINDLY DISCOURAGE PANHANDLING IN SAVANNAH - Call 911 if you are physically threatened or asked for money. Violation of city code 9-1001
  • Walk pups here to get socialized!
  • Haha the puppies loved the square!
  • My wedding was here.
  • Best place to read a book in peace.
  • Note the landmarks on this square like Mercer House and Mickve Israel Synagoge facing each other and the Noble-Hardee house with rusting cast iron window

Nearby places

Drayton St (btwn Gaston & Park St)
Drayton St (Gaston St)
Bull St (btw Charlton St & Harris St)