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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 have a little time to kill in Savannah i definitely recommend taking a trip to wormsloe and checking it out. Walking among the trees is very impressive. It is an excellent place to take photos and there are many trails to walk. A...More
1.5 mile canopied drive by 400 live oaks. Admission fee $10/adult seems steep considering what is offered but this is what pays for upkeep, etc. Worth seeing. Clean bathrooms. Gift shop. Timed walking tours.
The tree lined street was pretty but beyond that, not worth $10 per adult. Some people didn’t stop to pay inside and just drove the tree lined street, should’ve done the same. Had a ruins, an observation area that wasn’t elevated and a one tomb...More
Sadly far too expensive for what they offer (which is next to nothing bar the impressive row of trees when you enter. There is a little gift shop and two signed routes which we walked in about 30 minutes, and that was taking our time....More
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
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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.