If nothing else, the trees are worth the drive to this location. The tour and story behind it is very interesting.
About Wormsloe Historic Site
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This wasn't exactly the cheapest thing we did on our trip but it was quite beautiful. To enter the site the price was $10 per adult and $4.50 per child. Traveling with 4 adults and 4 children made this an expensive outing for us. Inside...More
Granted: the oak-covered road only is worth the visit and the entrance fee, but apart from that, unless you like walking trails, there is little to see. It is very commendable that the owners have made the property available so the public learns about the...More
One of my favorite place to photograph. There is nothing else like it. This is a family friendly park. I think it should be on every foreign visitors to do list. The Live Oak is the Georgia state tree and this will show you a...More
The best part of this historic site is the avenue of trees at the beginning. Spend your time here taking pics and strolling. The remainder of the site shows the sad funding of Georgia's State Park System. While the short film on Georgia's state beginnings...More
My husband lives for trees so this was pretty much "died and gone to heaven" for him! The drive (or walk) in is quite unbelievable and just stunning in every way. The film at the center is informative as is the little museum. If so...More