I find it interesting that so many reviewers felt that the site is pricy. The cost of admission is $10 per adult, which I found well worth the price. The magnificent avenue of oaks is a sight to see; 400 live oaks line the road and truly amazing to behold. The visitors center features a small museum with artifacts from the property and a short 15 minute film about the original settlers of Wormsloe. A short walk through the beautiful woods leads to the marsh and the ruins of the former home. The trails wind along the marsh and to a colonial settlement where costumed actors were available to demonstrate what life was like in 1770s Georgia. Everyone was friendly and knowledgeable and happy to share their knowledge of the land and the people who lived here. There are benches along the way to sit and watch the wildlife and to take in the sights, smells and sounds of the marsh and surrounding forest. Our stop here was beautiful, peaceful and relaxing. We would pay for than $10 for a movie these days, and this stop over was infinitely better and educational as well.
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