Edisto Island has more history than you might expect. Part of it is this plantation. Fire and other disasters have destroyed almost everything that was built here, but you can drive through some of the more than 4000 acres that the plantation had. The high point is the beach. Because seashells must be left there (there is a $470 fine for taking one) the shore is full of all types in quantity. Turtles nest there in season, too, and the woods have many birds and animals that you may see. It's free and better than many paid attractions.
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