Our group was very interested in learning about the Civil Was history and how the plantation played a part on that terrible day. The manor has been restored to represent the era. You can almost feel the presence of the wounded ... there are still blood stains in the wooden floor boards. What we didn't like ... unfortunately, we arrived on a day that was very hectic for the personnel so we had to leave and then return at a later time that day. We had to do a lot of back and forth driving in a busy town.
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