The Kingsley Plantation is at the end of a two-mile dirt road. Once you arrive, there are a few outbuildings with small exhibits, a Visitor's Center that consists of a spinning wheel and a gift shop (and restrooms), a small garden, and the main house. The house is currently undergoing renovations and is only open for tours at specific times on the weekends to limited numbers of people. Don't worry if you can't get in the house -- it is empty. One room had one of the original colums from the house in it, but other than that, nothing. Even with nothing in the house, the guided tour only covered four areas (or about half the house) in 50 minutes. The guide was extremely knowledgeable about the Kingsley family and the site, but unless you are interested in microhistory the tour is too detailed. Our family actually left the tour midway through. The other exhibits were good, but could be seen in their entirety in under an hour. The saving grace: no admission charge.
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