An interesting place to visit, and definitely gives a good image of colonial/revolutionary era plantation life. My family learned a lot about one of our most influential forgotten founding father. While it was rainy when we visited, we enjoyed walking the grounds and exploring the nature trail.
While there is little, if any, evidence of the original plantation, there is enough here to help you imagine the way things were over 200 years ago.
The kids had fun completing the Junior Ranger program, and the staff on hand were phenomenal.
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