Wormsloe Historic Site
Located amongst 822 acres of wooded areas and marshland, this is the only standing architectural remnant of early day Savannah sitting within the walls of Georgia’s oldest plantation. Built in 1773 out of tabby (a mixture of sand, water, lime and oyster shells), it is a remarkable example of the lifestyle of the earliest colonists. With a 1.5 mile driveway lined by 400 majestic Live Oak trees, a visit to this historic site makes for an extremely entertaining and informative afternoon whilst taking in a leisurely stroll around the ruins of Mr. Noble Jones’ dream from the 18th century. Open from Tuesday to Sunday 0900-1700hrs, and an entry fee is charged.Read more
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