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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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We had a thoroughly entertaining and educational afternoon at Boone Hall. The staff were amazing. So enthusiastic, helpful and knowledgeable. Just the right balance of information and entertainment. Well worth a visit.
There are about 6 slave cabins, all with very touching stories about the way of life of the slaves. It brought tears to my eyes. There was also an actress who told stories and sang spirituals. She was the high light of the trip.
This was interesting. The house was not originally a "plantation home". The house that exists today was built in the 30's. It's beautiful and historical... But not a plantation home.
But there are 9 small brick tiny homes that flank the beautiful driveway that were...More
The long drive down the road to the plantation is quite beautiful. I loved seeing the mossy oak trees and the horses grazing in the field. The staff were all extremely friendly and very knowledgeable about the plantation's history. We began by going to the...More
I visited recently and in the 1980s; my impressions were much the same each time, though it's more tourist-friendly these days. The main house is not up to much and is mainly a modern construction. The unusually extensive collection of slave cabins is very interesting...More
This plantation is a marvellous piece of history. We enjoyed visiting the Big House in addition to the slave cabins, the beautiful gardens and butterfly house. Due to all the rain we were unable to go on the tractor tour. It was a interesting to...More
While the estate is grand, I was a little disappointed in the house tour. It had been owned by about 4 families that had made various renovations. The history was interesting but we were only shown 4 rooms and 2 of these rooms were back...More
The grounds were interesting and the way the trees enveloped the road was very beautiful. I think it probably takes a lot to maintain this but I was a little surprised that it cost us $80(4 people) just to get in and walk around. It...More
Our group of 7 came early and we are glad we did. It gets busy around 11:30. The "alley of oaks" was very beautiful, but when lots of cars are driving down the drive it is hard to get a good picture of it. When...More