This plantation was in the family for 5 generations before the last past away in 1973. The furniture is from the entire 5 generations, not just of the time period. Very impressive to walk through and hear about the history from the docent who was a big guy with a beard that relishes telling about the history. Thoroughly enjoyed the visit but watch out for the deer flies as they are big and numerous.
If you enjoy hearing and learning of the history of plantations in the South during the 1800s and into the 1900s, you will enjoy this attraction,.
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