We visited here for the first time with our family in town. A beautiful place by far one of the best plantation and gardens in Charleston. We enjoyed the boat tour and got to see Brutus the big 13' ft alligator. Great place to enjoy...More
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First place we went to on our trip to Charleston. Home has many furnishings and antiques that are not original, but allows your imagination to consider how living on a rice plantation may have been. Our tour guide was a former teacher, and was well...More
It is not your typical garden. It is more of a forest which you take a stroll thru. Not much variety of flowers. If you keep high expectations for this place than they will be dashed. Grounds are well kept. Staff seemed liked they are...More
All staff were knowledgeable and helpful. John went the extra mile for us with the Cabin tour and took us to the huge Live Oak on the property. We got the all inclusive pass and enjoyed all of the tours. If you've been through mansions...More
We stopped on our way from Charlestown to Savannah. The grounds were amazing and the house guide provided lots of great info. We also did a boat tour. Colby was both informative and funny. We saw lots of birds and alligators which really added to...More
I wasn't expecting Biltmore Estate quality from the gardens, but I guess I did assume they would be a little better kept and organized than they were. It was difficult to follow the path you were supposed to stay on while enjoying the walk. We...More
We went there in an Uber and no one would pick us up at the end! It was just horrible to be stranded in the middle of no where! Loved the trees and peacock but nothing else was really opened and it was scary to...More
This was a good family getaway. You pay a rate to get on to the plantation and a separate rate for each attraction on the plantation. There is too much to see comfortably in one day if you try to get a pas for everything....More
Lovely, amazing gardens and beautiful views of the Ashley river. The family house is interesting, if not the antebellum mansion one might expect.