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Working plantation with true southern charm. Features world famous avenue of oaks, 9 original slave cabins, butterfly garden, and a colonial revival style 1936 mansion. Tours and theatrical performances offered daily. Used in the filming of North...more
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1235 Long Point Rd, Highway 17 North, Mount Pleasant, SC 29464-9020
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I always wanted to see an actual plantation so we went to Boone Hall because I had read that the North and South was filmed there. It was a fun tour of the house and the guide had a great sense of humor. You begin...More
The lane of Majestic Live Oaks and Gullah Interpretive Program are the salvation of the Boone Plantation. The noteworthiness of these two items will be discussed later.
The home built in 1936 is a conglomeration of architectural styles and has no linage to historical southern...More
I live in the area and had family visit. It is a beautiful long drive under the live oak trees. My mom and aunt took the tour of the old house and loved it.
My youngest ran around the gardens carefully! My teenager was in...More
Beautiful grounds. The tours were very educational. We learned a lot from the slave quarters area and the house tour. Did not enjoy the wagon tour much (long wait for cart to fill up and then uninspired, difficult to understand monologue from guide). Overall though...More
Boone Hall Plantation was an amazing place to visit. I normally find guided tours a little daunting & was hoping to explore the grounds without having to attend one. Only the old slave quarters were self-guided, but I have to admit the guides/speakers made it...More
We made a day trip from Charleston to visit and were not disappointed. Easy drive to get there, and it was beautiful, historical, sad, and informative. The history of any plantation has the sad story of slavery. The history of this place, the way they...More
Boone Hall is one of America’s oldest working plantations. They have been growing crops for over 320 years. The inside tour of the plantation Home was incredible. The old furniture and the music room is Beautify. The second floor is still inhabited by the present...More
We came in April and visited the Boone Hall Plantation. It was absolutely everything I would think a Plantation would be. From the drive up with all the beautiful oaks, to the horse stables, slaves quarters grounds and house. The lady doing to tour was...More
Well worth the price of admission, $24 per adult, $21 per senior/military. Not sure of children’s prices. Only 20-25minutes from downtown Charleston by car. Great insightful talks at varying times to cover the slave history or house tour and house ownership. Fantastic photo opportunities, however...More