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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
All reviews gullah culture slave cabins house tour the main house oak trees working farm slave street coach tour first floor slave life tram ride butterfly garden live oaks tour of the grounds live presentation cotton dock big house
Visited this plantation last week and it was delightful. Has a variety of activities for adults and kids. It is actually a working farm on an historical site. Would love to come back during the "you pick em" time. Worth a visit.
We visited the plantation and took the house tour as well as the wagon ride around the grounds. We learned about how the slaves were brought in to grow rice but that didn't work out. This plantation made bricks and supplied all the local construction...More
In our hour-long tour we learned so much history about Boone Hall Plantation, the family, and Roswell and its community that we were amazed by the knowledge of our tour guide! He was excellent and answered every question we had. The plantation homes, outbuildings, and...More
I was not impressed at all with the house. Fairly small for a plantation house, and we only got to see 3 rooms! We saw no bedrooms, nothing upstairs. Thankfully, the grounds had more to offer. I loved the long Oak alley leading to the...More
We had visited three other historical plantations but the Boone Plantation was absolutely fabulous. From the Plantation home tour, gardens, ride around the Plantation, slave quarters and finally the Gullah presentation we were spellbound. We purchased our tickets at the visitor center and for one...More
This was one of the most beautiful wedding venues I’ve ever experienced. The giant oaks with their Spanish moss waving in the breeze made an incredible setting. The reception was on the river on the site of an old cotton warehouse, rebuilt to give you...More
The drive in is beautiful with the live oaks and Spanish moss. Admission was about $25 per person after AAA and senior discount. Seemed pricey. Took some beautiful photos of family under the live oaks. The tour was of just 4 rooms downstairs in the...More
I spent an afternoon here on a recent trip to Charleston. It’s about a 20 minute drive from Folly Beach, where I was staying. Easy to get to & I’m so glad I went. This plantation is still privately owned, and we were able to...More
I was looking forward to seeing a real plantation. The house was built in 1936 and you only get to see three downstairs rooms. The slave quarters were interesting and so was the Gullah presentation. Judy in guest relations was less than pleasant, but Desiree...More