The Wormsloe Historic Site, informally known as Wormsloe Plantation, is a state historic site near Savannah, Georgia, in the southeastern United States. The site consists of 822 acres protecting part of what was once the Wormsloe Plantation, a large estate established by one of Georgia's colonial founders, Noble Jones. The site includes a picturesque 1.5 miles oak avenue, the ruins of Jones' fortified house built of tabby, a museum, and a demonstration area interpreting colonial daily life.
In 1736, Noble Jones obtained a grant for 500 acres of land on the Isle of Hope that would form the core of Wormsloe. He constructed a fortified house on the southeastern tip of the island overlooking the Skidaway Narrows, a strategic section of the Skidaway River located along the Intracoastal Waterway roughly halfway between downtown Savannah and the Atlantic Ocean.
Tue - Sun: 9 am - 5 pm
10 am, 11 am, 2 pm, 3 pm
Seniors (62+): $9
Youths (6 - 17): $4.50
Children (under 6): $2
GA State Parks website http://www.gastateparks.org/Wormsloe
Phone +1 800 864 7275
Address 7601 Skidaway Rd Savannah , GA 31406, USA
Coordinates 31°58'48.77" N -81°4'8.306" E