The history of the plantation is very interesting and the house is very lovely. The house is not old (1930s), so it was interesting to see that beautiful architecture combined with a very modern and livable floor plan.
The house was especially spectacular as it was decorated for Christmas- unfortunately indoor photos were not allowed-- but the decorations were stunning. The tour was good as well- although you could only visit the first floor.
The long oak drive was beautiful, although not as nice as Wormsloe:). We didn't take the coach tour, but we did get a chance to explore the slave cabins. We found that Boone Hall had pretty much the most comprehensive exhibitions on slavery of all the sites we toured- and it was an excellent reminder that there is more to this area than the pretty homes.
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