There was not much of interest for me here. I think the intent of the place is to give the visitor a prespective of early colonial life. Not the life of the large plantation owners but the life of the first settlers. OK, so there is this little cabin on the grounds. They are spending their money developing a half-baked zoo there - and nobody seems to know why a zoo or what that has to do with early life in Charleston. History can be interesting and Charleston offers much better places to explore.
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