There are so many natural wonders of the world that we rarely get to see firsthand. When it's time for us to get out and travel again, there are a few places that deserve spots on your bucket list. A massive tree named Angel Oak in South Carolina actually resembles a fantastical work of nature we know from childhood that everyone should need in person at least once.\nThe Angel Oak Tree is located on John's Island in Charleston, South Carolina. It's definitely one of the greatest wonders you'll see when visiting this historic state.\nWhile most state lore says the tree is 300 to 400 years old, some historians argue that the majestic oak is 1,500 years old.\nAngel Oak aka "A Lowcountry Treasure" currently stands at 65 feet tall and has a 25.5 foot circumference. If you're looking for a bit of shade on your visit to Charleston of the Kiawah or Seabook islands, this mighty oak provides a shadow that covers 17,00-square-feet.\nView this post on Instagram whatta Angel 🤧 A post shared by // GRACIE WOMACK // (@g_womzzz) on Nov 23, 2019 at 12:47pm PST\nThe tree was a part of a 1717 land grant, which now belongs to The City of Charleston, making it a historical landmark. It's completely free to visit the tree and it's so massive, you'll never feel like there's too many people there to enjoy the beauty of it all.\nPlus, this is a perfect place to go if you're looking for a creative and unique backdrop for photography.\nView this post on Instagram Visit the link in our profile to discover 11 of Charleston's Hidden Gems, including the Angel Oak, said to be the largest live oak east of the Mississippi! #TimelapseTuesday #ExploreCharleston -- 🎥✨: in partnership with @vive.media A post shared by Charleston SC official account (@explorecharleston) on Nov 19, 2019 at 3:56am PST\nFor anyone who is a fan of J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series, this tree may bring up some rememberable moments from Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.\nView this post on Instagram angel oak tree ninjas 👊🏽🌳 #explore #charleston A post shared by Anna Katrenakova (@annakatrenakova) on Aug 18, 2015 at 9:31pm PDT\nAvid readers (or movie watchers) will remember when Harry and Ron flew Ron's parent's car right into the grasp of the feisty tree. Not sure if Angel Oak is that aggressive, but it might be fun to pretend.