This is also called Oakland Plantation. We spent approx 2 hours at this great place. There was one volunteer and one park Ranger at this place available to hand out maps, answer questions and give tours of the main house. Everything, including the house tour is free. The tours only happen at certain times of the day so be sure to know before you go. We went to a 1:00 tour on a Tuesday. It is said this is one of the most intacts plantations in the country. Many "before and after" pictures of the building restorations. The main house is great, it is a bicentinnial home, meaning it has been in the same family for over 200 years. Members of the family continued to live in the home until early 1990's. Its crazy that the house has items dating back 200 years, and items dating back to the 1990's. There is even a 1950's kitchen in the house! The tour guide was very friendly and informative. This is a MUST see!
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