Bull Street - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
About Bull Street
Bull Street is a vibrant hub of culture and activity. This area has played a prominent role at different points in history, from serving as the capital of Georgia during Revolutionary War-era Savannah, to a period of unprecedented growth culminating in the Gilded Age. Today, Bull Street continues to be full of life with plenty to do and see. Residents and visitors alike can explore unique shopping boutiques and restaurants scattered among historic buildings dotting the avenue.
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Savannah City Hall
0.11km from Bull Street
Savannah City Hall is the administrative center Located in the historic district of Savannah, City Hall stands as an impressive four-story Italian Renaissance building with marble columns and a copper dome. It was built in 1906 and serves as part of the county's courthouses, along with nearby Juvenile Court. Inside, visitors are greeted by works from local artists and a magnificent two-story rotunda candlelit chandelier.
The Olde Pink House
0.17km from Bull Street
The Olde Pink House is an icon of Southern hospitality and charm. Built in 1771 by James Habersham, the house has undergone extensive renovations over the centuries, but it still retains its original class and elegance. Every detail of this grand red rococo mansion exudes timeless beauty and grace - from the hand-stenciled walls to the Italian marble fireplaces. The stately columns provide a majestic backdrop for exquisite meals served in lavish dining rooms with crystal chandeliers.
0.18km from Bull Street
Savannah’s Waterfront is a bustling area of town made for everyone to enjoy. This unique seafront features miles of pedestrian paths and parks, an abundance of wildlife and bird-watching opportunities, as well as classic views of the river and ocean. There's plenty of room for relaxing and recreation along the shoreline too - from spending an afternoon at one of the many public beaches nearby to lounging on a charming pier, this vibrant district has something for everyone.
River Street Savannah Georgia
0.2km from Bull Street
River Street is a unique street that stretches for about one mile along the banks of the beautiful Savannah River. A bustling pedestrian walkway lined with cobblestones, vendors, shops, and restaurants, River Street is a popular tourist destination. Waterfront attractions include the Waving Girl Statue of Florence Martus and old steamships from eras past. Other nearby sights include the Historic Telfair Square and the Ships of The Sea Maritime Museum.
0.22km from Bull Street
It's a suburb of Savannah, the birthplace of Girl Scouts and one of the oldest cities in America. Madison Square has something for everyone: plenty of eateries nearby for those looking for a good meal and delightful parks for kids to play in. There are hiking trails that wind through stunning natural scenery as well, providing great spots for family picnics or romantic dates. The area is also home to two gorgeous golf courses and numerous shops along the main street.
0.23km from Bull Street
Spanning four city blocks and surrounded by historic buildings, Ellis Square is one of the most vibrant spots in town. Visitors to Ellis Square can enjoy a variety of local restaurants, pubs, shops, and entertainment venues. Take a stroll through Savannah’s oldest park and explore art installations before enjoying a riverfront picnic along the Savannah River. During cooler months take advantage of the walking paths both inside and outside of the square.
Discover More Attractions in Chatham County, Home of Bull Street
Chatham County is the northernmost of Georgia's coastal counties on the Atlantic Ocean. It is bounded on the northeast by the Savannah River, and in the southwest bounded by the Ogeechee River.