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“If you love history, you'll love Wheatlands Plantation”

Wheatlands Plantation
Ranked #26 of 91 things to do in Sevierville
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Owner description: Wheatlands Plantation was established in 1791. And is the location of the revolutionary war site "The Battle of Boyd's Creek." The present day plantation house was occupied during the Civil War as a field house and winter camp. Explore the Chandler family that entered into America in 1610 and their journey that has become Wheatlands today. We have History Tours and History and Ghost Walk Tours. You may also inquire about special events for your family and friends as well. Tours are also available by request if you are visiting and not in town on the days we are closed. Call and we will work you in if we have the ability to make the request. Thank you for stopping in to find more info about Wheatlands Plantation.
Reviewed June 11, 2013

A beautiful plantation home that at one time was set on over 4,000 acres and was totally self sustaining. The present owners are absolutely wonderful tour guides and took a considerable amount of time with our group. You can spend as much time as you like in the home and on the property and even have a nice lunch. A delightful and educational afternoon can be had with a few ghost stories thrown in too! I highly recommend it.

3  Thank Patmarie04
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Reviewed May 21, 2013

Wheatlands Palntation is an 1820 Federal Style Plantation Home that has
seen over 70 murders and deaths in the house itself. The plantation
also holds a Burial Mound with the bodies of 27 Natives that were
massacred before the Revolutionary War along with over 50 African
Slave Grave Sites. It is a Revolutionary War Battle Site, a Civil War
Headquarter and encampment and sits along an Indian Trail. The
house, built by a Freemason was purposely constructed on top of a
giant geode.

19  Thank cherylb33584
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