Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites

 


Georgia Department of Natural Resources
Parks and Historic Sites Division
Sherry D. Hearn

Use of State Quality Core Curriculum Objectives for various grade levels and suggested activities
before and during visits are designed to ensure a quality learning experience.

 
Hours of Operation:  Tuesday-Saturday 9 AM-5 PM
Sunday 2 PM-5:30 PM
Monday, Closed except holidays
Closed Christmas, Thanksgiving, New Year's Day
Admission: $2.50-$4.
Group rates available with advance notice.
Dress: Students should dress for an outdoor field trip appropriate to the
weather. Comfortable walking shoes and insect repellent are advisable.
Facilities:

Museum
Theater
Picnic Area
Restrooms
Soft Drink Machine
Gift Shop
Nature Trail
Tabby Ruins
Gravesite, additional trail
Colonial Life Area, additional trail
*Restrooms, museum and theater building handicapped accessible. Outdoor area wheelchair accessible with varying degree of difficulty. Our staff, if advised in advance, will try to accommodate whenever possible.

Special Park and Historic Site Rules:
Wormsloe State Historic Site is owned by the state of Georgia and operated by the Department of Natural Resources, Parks and Historic Sites Division. Visitors are reminded that others may also be touring the site. Climbing on ruins is strictly prohibited. All plants, animals and historic features are protected by law.

Reservations:
A formal interpretive program is offered at Wormsloe. However, groups are limited to no more than 100 persons and should be scheduled for about a two-hour visit to allow maximum advantage. It is recommended that one adult accompany every ten to twelve students. Reservations should be made two weeks in advance.



   
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