Pin Point Heritage Museum
A 100 years of history of Gullah/Geechee, the First generation of freedmen worked and lived in this community along the water. Now transformed into an educational center.
Gullah is the language and Geechee are the people.
|Live Oak Avenue a mile and a half long|
Wormsloe State Historic Site
A 1700's Colonial plantation for Pomegranites, Rice, Mulberry's for silk and then Cows.
|Original Structure of Tabby|
Learned about the art of Tabby construction, building materials of oyster shells, lime, sand and water. Extremely strong, able to withstand canon balls.
|Recreated Wattle and Dab Camps|
|View over Jones Narrows|
|Old Rice Field Trunk|
Savannah Wildlife Refuge
Drove the 4 mile road through the refuge hoping to catch some wildlife.
|Of course aligators|