Nothing beats Drayton Hall for a beautiful example of low country architecture. Drayton has not been "restored" nor retouched and as a result it is absolutely stunning. There is no petting zoo or rides or restaurant, just peaceful quiet and the large imposing house overlooking the grounds. Listed on the National Register, this is a "must see" for anyone interested in period architecture, original interiors and an accurate reflection of a style of living now extinct.
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