Experience a drive on the world’s longest road of live oaks. This 1.5 mile avenue of oaks is dripping with Spanish moss, providing a “shade tunnel” planted in 1891 by the 5th generation of Noble Jones.
This is one of Georgia’s oldest southern plantations. Although there is not a house tour available, the land has barely changed since the 1800’s and the stories have lived on through artifacts unearthed throughout the site, which are now on view in the museum. Learn of the early settlers in Savannah, walk the paths they did and see how the first residents of Georgia lived.
Wormsloe guided tours are available with prior arrangements. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a group tour.
Take Time to Discover
- Savannah’s Oldest Tabby Ruins, built as a fortified home.
- Hiking by the Moon River
- Nature Trails through woods and along the marsh
- Walk through the Colonial Village
- Museum and Theater
- Gift Shop
- Picnic Area
During special events and reenactments, look for costumed interpreters. The Colonial Faire and Muster is held each February, which highlights aspects of 18th-century life, such as music, dancing, crafts and military drills.
Closed Monday (except holidays), Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day.
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