The Wormsloe Historic Site preserves a set of ruins from the house of one of Savannah’s earliest residents, Noble Jones if you’re keeping track at home. It is a very pretty place and to most folks, it’s appeal pretty much has nothing to do with the thing it is preserving. If you’ve seen Forest Gump, you’ve seen the Avenue of Oaks that lead into the site (think Run, Forrest, run). They draw so much attention that the payment booth is before the drive way. Otherwise folks would just drive up take a look at the trees and leave. And it is worth the money. It is a pretty site and you do learn quite a bit about the people who built their home here as the area was being settled and if you make the walk to the ruins, the building materials they used to make the first fortified home here (cement with shells used as aggregate).