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A pre-Civil War plantation that was destroyed, Boone Hall Plantation home was rebuilt in the 1930s. The ground's original slave quarters still stand; many slave houses were used as living quarters for sharecroppers into the 20th century. You can follow Avenue of Oaks--which you may recognize from period films like "North and South"--to the plantation's entrance. Boone Hall Farms is part of the plantation's land and still provides farm-to-table produce to restaurants and residents, making the attraction one of the only working plantations in the United States. No photos or video recordings are allowed on the plantation's grounds. Add Boone Hall Plantation to your Mount Pleasant travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Mount Pleasant attractions planner.
Boone Hall Plantation reviews
Boone Hall was very nice. There is much to see and several lectures to enjoy, but there wasn't enough time in the day for all of it. For example, we missed the stables completely. My wife...
Boone Hall was very nice. There is much to see and several lectures to enjoy, but there wasn't enough time in the day for all of it. For example, we missed the stables completely. My wife... more »
All of the guides were very knowledgeable and easy going. Beautiful grounds and scenery. The tractor/bus tour was amazing.
All of the guides were very knowledgeable and easy going. Beautiful grounds and scenery. The tractor/bus tour was amazing. more »
Loved this place. So beautiful. Everything is so clean and well manicured. We walked the butterfly garden and was just so cool to watch the butterflies around us. Took some cool pictures in the driveway driving up under all of the gorgeous oak trees. Did the tour of the home. This was a tad bit disappointing as the whole upstairs us closed off as it is an active residence. No pics allowed in home at all. Took a ride of the grounds. Great speaker and very informative. So much preserved which was cool to see. Walked the row of homes used for slaves. I enjoyed the audio in each of the units. Overall gorgeous grounds to walk on a beautiful day.
We’ll worth the time & money to visit this plantation. We went with kids and they enjoyed it too (ages 6-13). Grounds are beautiful and so is the home. House is still being used so you can only see the first floor. Guides are informative and seem to enjoy their jobs. Horses on the property are beautiful and have some connection to racing. They do have a tractor ride and cafe (food is mediocre). Be sure to take in the butterfly garden too. We spent like 5 hours and enjoyed every bit of it!
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