Hofwyl-Broadfield Plantation, Brunswick

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The Hofwyl-Broadfield Plantation was a plantation on the Altamaha River, in Glynn County, Georgia. It produced rice from 1800 until 1915, when growing rice became unprofitable. Then it was primarily a dairy farm until 1942.
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  • We mostly came because of the Easter Scavenger Hunt, but were positively surprised during our visit. The plantation grounds are stunning and well maintained with beautiful marsh views and ancient... 
    We mostly came because of the Easter Scavenger Hunt, but were positively surprised during our visit. The plantation grounds are stunning and well maintained with beautiful marsh views and ancient...  more »
  • This was such an interesting plantation to visit. Very different from others I've been to. I loved the stories and It's history. The land and trees were beautiful. I would definitely recommend this.....  more
    This was such an interesting plantation to visit. Very different from others I've been to. I loved the stories and It's history. The land and trees were beautiful. I would definitely recommend this.....  more »
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  • Wow! Was a wonderful tour of the house with very informative guide. All original furnishings and history. Loved seeing the 800 yr old oak and walking the grounds. Lots to see. Clean restrooms and well stocked gift shop. Enjoyed our visit very much. Highly recommend for families and people interested in history. Was disappointed that the state operated tourist stop, that masks were not required. A coughing guest gave us concern.
  • We would recommend you stopping here for a tour. The woman at the Visitor Center is very polite and friendly. She thinks that the slaves were lucky to live here. It was very difficult to hear this. She should keep those comments to herself. They were extremely racist. Overall, the plantation is very historical. it has all original contents inside and is a beautiful, but long walk through the oak trees filled with Spanish Moss.

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