The oak-lined driveway is enough to make this stop worthwhile. The guided tour is a bonus. Enchanting!
Wormsloe is a beautiful spot to check out however, I was disappointed in the history. There is very little of the house left to look at and there isn't a great battle story or interesting piece of history that took place here. Our tour guide discuss the landscape more than anything else. Not my favorite.
My sister found this place when researching our trip to Savannah. Definitely need a car to get to it and it like stepping into the past. It's amazing that the family still lives on the original land that one of their ancestors - an original colonist with Oglethorpe- settled. Watch the movie before you go exploring, it's very informative. And... More
The long drive lined with live oak trees was a hint of the beauty of the site. There were several historic sites and they are adding more interpretive areas. The scenery of the marsh and woods were certainly picture worthy.
A lovely historic site that has been featured in various movies. An easy drive south of Savannah, the long oak-lined drive in is the visual highlight, but the area's long history, scenic marsh views, and trails are enjoyable. Admission is a bit high, but made for a quiet visit on an October weekday. Wear comfortable shoes, there are several long... More
Probably about 20 minutes outside the historic district, but well worth the visit. We combined it with visits to the nearby forts for a day outside the city. We were fortunate to make it for one of the guided tours. That greatly enhanced the pleasure of the visit and is highly recommended. Call ahead to get the tour times.
This place is so worth the visit. I have seen the live oaks in pictures, but nothing compares to driving through the "tunnel" formed by hundreds of over hundred-year old live oaks. We took the guided tour and watched the movie at the visitor's office - both provided the history and background of this place. The surrounding here is a... More
The most spectacular part of Wormsloe is Oak Alley - the long oak lined driveway. The rest is so-so; nice nature walk, but nothing amazing. The $10 entrance gets you in to walk the reserve but if you're in a pinch for time I'd still pay the fee to just drive oak alley - so worth it on its own... More
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