Liberty Hall, Kenansville

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Liberty Hall in Kenansville, Duplin County, North Carolina, United States, is a historic plantation house. It is now one of North Carolina's museums. The original Liberty Hall plantation was built in the late 1730s in Turkey, Sampson County, North Carolina.
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  • We went to Liberty Hall through a package deal with the Country Squire. We had an amazing tour guide that led us through the home and was full of information. I highly recommend stopping by if you... 
    We went to Liberty Hall through a package deal with the Country Squire. We had an amazing tour guide that led us through the home and was full of information. I highly recommend stopping by if you...  more »
  • Although Liberty Hall may be a bit off the beaten path, it is well worth seeking out. The house and outbuildings have been lovingly restored. Our tour guide, Teresa, was excellent and very... 
    Although Liberty Hall may be a bit off the beaten path, it is well worth seeking out. The house and outbuildings have been lovingly restored. Our tour guide, Teresa, was excellent and very...  more »
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  • Theresa is a fantastic historian with a great wealth of knowledge and a great personality. I highly recommend any tour here given by her.
  • Tour guide was very knowledgeable. Original furniture is still in the house.

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