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Wormsloe Historic Site, Savannah

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State Park · Hidden Gem · Historic Site
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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. Make Wormsloe Historic Site a centerpiece of your Savannah vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Savannah vacation website.
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  • We loved our visit to Wormsloe Plantation... The drive is amazing, beautiful old oak trees covered in Spanish moss. Short video presentation is informative. Lots of interesting facts about early... 
    We loved our visit to Wormsloe Plantation... The drive is amazing, beautiful old oak trees covered in Spanish moss. Short video presentation is informative. Lots of interesting facts about early...  more »
  • Beautiful canopy of oaks. Got to experience a historical reenactment. An awesome experience. Worth the visit. 
    Beautiful canopy of oaks. Got to experience a historical reenactment. An awesome experience. Worth the visit.  more »
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  • The trees alone are worth it. You can't stop your car and get out on the tree driveway but it's gorgeous. It's got a very nice easy hike. If I lived here I would hike there all the time. You do not see any houses. The main home is still lived in, you just see remains of a tabby house and an old small house..but the scenery is awesome.
  • Stunning Beautiful. I could end the review right there. This was a few minutes from our campground at Skidaway Island, and was a favorite place in Savannah. The mile long driveway of mossy trees was so nice to drive through, and they had plenty of trails which we took our two dogs on. We spent a couple of hours here, and that was plenty of time. They have additional multi-mile long trails that would be great to hike if we had more time. Great gift shop too. Overall a must stop in Savannah.

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