The official foursquare page for the City of Savannah.
When the City Market restaurants are crowded, grab some pizza slices from Vinnie Van GoGo's and eat in the Square. Perfect picnic!
One of four original squares laid out in 1733. It was often called the Marketplace Square, but was actually named in honor of Henry Ellis, Georgia's 2nd Royal Governor. See the new water works!
Life size chess pieces are available to use in the chessboard. U can get access to them from the security office with photo id
Sit back, relax, enjoy a cold beer and people watch.
Tourist information can be obtained in the glass building on the square including reliable maps
Pet drinking fountain by the restrooms.
There's a public restroom in the corner of Ellis Square. Great place to have lunch or read a book. Public tables
Don"t bike through the Square!!!
The famous songwriter Johnny Mercer statue...famous for writing "Ain't Nothing but a Hounddog" and "Who Let the Dogs Out-Who,Who,Who?" If you step on his foot while rubbing his hat, he'll sing for you
Get some takeout pizza and a togo beer. Perfect dinner location!
There is almost always parking on the 4th floor of the Whitaker street Garage. Even when the lot says FULL
Awesome fountain for the little ones to play in. Nice grass area to play with a ball too.
Where a head set, play some music and take a nap underneath the trees!
Walk around the square to find something good to eat, cool to buy or fresh to drink, and don't miss the St. Patricks 5k.
Great place for good drinks and live music under the night sky.
A great place to hang out, listen to music or to grab a bite to eat from one of the many surrounding restaurants or shops.
Don't forget to water your dog at the doggie fountain.
Security does not mess around