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Working plantation with true southern charm. Features world famous avenue of oaks, 9 original slave cabins, butterfly garden, and a colonial revival style 1936 mansion. Tours and theatrical performances offered daily. Used in the filming of North...more
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1235 Long Point Rd, Highway 17 North, Mount Pleasant, SC 29464-9020
All reviews slave cabins house tour gullah presentation the main house oak trees working farm slave street coach tour first floor slave life tram ride butterfly garden live oaks tour of the grounds gullah theater live presentation cotton dock
My Uber driver recommended that I visit the Boone’s Hall Plantation before leaving South Carolina, so I did. Plan to spend at least 2.5 hours on the grounds to experience at least 3 attractions. The tractor ride was a tour of the grounds with comedic...More
The whole Boone Hall experience is amazing. The Plantation is beautifully maintained, the landscaping authentic, the slave houses detailed with excellent storytelling, the store is first rate, gardens beautiful, the plantation tour outstanding. Make sure you leave enough time, at least two hours, to see...More
The image of the long driveway lined with Oaks is our 'cover shot' of our Charleston vacation. The house itself is not very old and not very interesting, but the grounds are well worth the visit. Also, they have a farm open year round to...More
I love this plantation. My first visit was a couple years ago for my friends wedding in June at the boat house. It was beautiful setting and the sunset view over the marsh was amazing.
This time, I took my niece and her friend for...More
What an extraordinary place! Go back in time to a wonderful plantation in the South. The grounds are immaculate, the people well informed, and the weather was perfect! This is somewhere you have to visit while in South Carolina. Well worth your time and quite...More
Very good tour and not too expensive. Although it may not be the largest of the Plantations, felt we were able to cover all aspects of Plantation life and also learned it is the only working Plantation in North America today. Would highly recommend.
Came here mainly because I love spanish moss trees and I heard scenes from the notebook were filmed here. We had a nice experience. The grounds are very pretty and we did the tour of the mansion as well as the tractor tour. We spent...More
Very old plantation, tour guides were knowledgeable and friendly. Surprisingly the grand home was built in the 1920s. But most of the rest of the buildings pre-date the Civil War. Eight original brick slave cabins are still there, and the details give you a glimpse...More
I didn’t really know what to expect but had enough people tell us to hit Boone Hall if we could only choose one. I would say the slave cabins were one of the most somber experiences of my life. It was worth the time to...More