Wormsloe Historic Site is a historic plantation founded in the 1730s by Noble Jones, one of Georgia's colonial founders. The site is spread over 822 acres and features a beautiful oak-lined drive, ruins of Jones' tabby house, a museum, and a nature trail. Visitors can explore the plantation's history, from the early colonial period to the Civil War era. Wormsloe Historic Site has received several awards and recognition for its preservation efforts and historical significance, including being listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Wormsloe Historic Site is the oldest standing structure in Savannah, the 18th-century ruins of the Jones' family home. Visitors can learn about the site's significance in the American Revolution and explore the museum, which houses a collection of artifacts and exhibits related to the colonial period.