To visit the garden at the state park you pay $6/person. It was very nice, but in January, six bucks to see some Spanish moss hanging from live oaks and a few recently planted pansies is not my idea of a bargain. The landscaping is beautiful, but on our visit a lot of repairs were being done. We visited the Maclay house and found out about the history from a volunteer there. Mrs. Maclay had changed the bedrooms into a small museum, and some would probably find that interesting. I would bet that this garden is absolutely beautiful in the spring or summer, but I wouldn't suggest going in January.
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