Boone plantation is a working farm. If you think you are going to see a real plantation house your not, it was built in the 1900's. There are some old slave quarters left, a small shop with food and beverages and a falling down old cotton mill. There really aren't many displays of old plantation life so don't expect to see a museum - you are just taking a ride around an old farm.
There is a gal that does a good job on talking about the gala language but the gal that did a short talk on the slave quarters was rude and condescending.
The entry fee is expensive and all you get is a 1st. floor tour of the house and a trolley ride around the farm. I guess they did a few movies out there and you get to see the two rows of trees that they rode down. Other than that was not a lot to see.
I would find something else to do for the price.