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Wormsloe Historic Site, Savannah

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Once the estate of Noble Jones, Wormsloe Historic Site features the ruins of the oldest house in Georgia and an old oak avenue. See reenactments of colonial life by costumed performers. Visit the museum to learn about Jones and his family. The ruins of the family's house stand among oaks thick with Spanish moss, making for an eerie and romantic southern setting. Wander the grounds to enjoy the old oaks and sweet-smelling magnolias. Put Wormsloe Historic Site at the forefront of your travel plans using our Savannah trip itinerary maker.
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  • Most of the writers have it correct. It was a nice place. At the main Entrance it's $10 P/P. (They did give me $1 of for Veterans) You can walk or drive the mile long Oak tree covered dirt road to the...  more »
  • If your looking for a picture perfect shot this is it. The day I went was very busy with weddings, prom, and engagement pictures. If you can catch the shot without cars your doing great, but its hard ...  more »
  • What a great break from the commercialization of old Savannah for 2 or 3 hours. Of course the main calling card here is the oak-lined main avenue. A drive or walk here is good for the heart and soul. ...  more »
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  • The tree-lined drive is gorgeous, but I am not sure it is worth $10/person. Once you get to the end there is a small visitor center and an area to walk around to see some tabby ruins. My advice, save your money and take pictures from the entrance. The rest seems a bit pricey for what is available.
  • The highlight of the entire place is the tree-lined entrance. We expected to see a 'plantation' home not the actual ruins of a home. It was a nice mile or so walk around the place after you pay $10. We went through woods and around the marsh area and back through the woods on a trail that was hazardous with tree roots that were above ground---which is fine and understandable. I mention it for anyone who has trouble with balance or twisting there ankles. Wear comfy walking shoes. I should have researched the place better but was going off a site online that said "25 things you must do in Savannah" or something along those lines. I could've chosen better things to do. Maybe one day I can go back for an extended period and write my own list of things to do while there.
  • We were there on a very quiet day which gave us the opportunity to enjoy nature. Along the stream there are a lot of fiddler crabs, taking some patience to watch them all crawl out of their holes.
  • Nice park for walk...movie theater has short movie on what early settlers managed. Has a 3 mile trail, depends on your activity meter it's a nice walk. Cost okay for state park. If you enjoy photography it's a great place....Lots of landscape photos but also many blank canvases to develop your creativity....
  • This place is absolutely stunning, I day instead of driving in you should def take the time to walk down, it's just very beautiful, if you have a truck deff sit in the back and enjoy the wonderful ride. So much history there