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A breathtaking live oak avenue leads visitors one mile down a colonial road to a vistor center, where they can watch short historical film, tour a museum, and browse a gift shop. A walking trail leads to the 1737 tabby ruins of the oldest remaining...more
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if you want to see the half a mile oak tree road, you want to come here, actually no need to go in, just take a picture at the beginning of the road.
if you take a tour, it will take you to a old...More
I'll start by saying we thought this was the drive that was portrayed in Gone With the Wind, but were corrected at the location... it is NOT! Still have to figure out where that was filmed. Anyway, this location was still very beautiful and picturesque....More
Wormsloe Historic Site offers an intimate look at early colonial life in Georgia. Drive slowly along the picturesque lane of oaks and park near the museum/gift shop, then take a stroll to the tabby ruins,family gravesite, and reinactment area. Take your time and savor the...More
We seen a sign for this on our way to lunch and decided to check it out. We were lucky to get a guided tour with a golf cart for the hubby. The guide told us so much about what the grounds used to look...More
We stopped here to learn the historical history, and for the views. It's a lovely and gorgeous ,mile long driveway of Spanish moss draped live oak trees; one of the most photographed drives ever. The short film shown in the museum gave us the information...More
Definitely not worth a detour. The tabby ruins are tiny, and totally unimpressive, as is the museum. The history is poorly explained, and nothing about the Plantation. It's not even clear what they grew here. The avenue of trees is best viewed form the gate...More
We stopped by Wormsloe on our way out of town and we were very glad that we did. Even though it was rainy the pictures turned out spectacular as the rays of sun would peek through the trees. Beautiful drive up the road to the...More
You can pull in and park at the ticket station just inside the gate. They don't appear to mind if you take photos from there, but you'd need to purchase a ticket to proceed any further. That is the start of the tree-lined... More
You can pull in and park at the ticket station just inside the gate. They don't appear to mind if you take photos from there, but you'd need to purchase a ticket to proceed any further. That is the start of the tree-lined road, so you can get a decent photo there.