Boone Hall - the plantation, should be on every person's itinerary who wants to know the south, what made it work, what made it prosper, what is still working today. The Gullah Geechie presentation is a must see. Jackie the Geechie Gal, made her people come alive, had us amazed at her singing, our singing, the laughter, the suspense, the feel of the slaves, how they came to South Carolina, what they brang and what they gave back to their new home. History truly came alive for the hour of her presentation. The docent giving the house tour was extremely well informed, made no bones about this newest "Hall" being set on the footstep, but that it was a relatively modern house (1935). But she gave such a good history that it just didn't seem to matter. Well worth the tour. The gardens are worth the ramble through them. They look more like a glorious mesh of an English Cottage garden, but a whole lot bigger. The avenue of oaks - planted more than 250 years ago, are so grand. Too bad they are almost impossible to photograph because of the autos. A great place to visit. A must for young people. History never unfolded so exquisitely.
Oh, I almost forgot. They have a lovely butterfly pavillion. Not filled with that many butterflies. But a great place for photography and for little children to enjoy nature up close.
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