The Wormsloe Historic Site is a state park and historic site in Savannah, Georgia. It features and preserves the location of what was once the Wormsloe Plantation.
The Wormsloe Plantation was established in the mid-1730s by Noble Jones, one of Georgia?s colonial founders. The large estate also had a fortification, as a means to defend the city from a potential Spanish invasion.
Opened as a state historic site in 1979, the Wormsloe Historic Site is currently available for tours. Visitors of the site can enjoy a picturesque 1.5 mile oak avenue, a museum, a demonstration area where colonial daily life is demonstrated, and views of the ruins of the fortified house built by Jones. The park is open on Tuesdays through Sundays.