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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
Gullah presentation is a must-see. Furnishings and house are not original so that was a little disappointing. Tram tour was interesting. Gardens in front of house did not appear to be well tended but it may have been the time if year - July. The...More
I visited Boone Plantation for a wedding over the 4th of July weekend. The plantation is open to the public during the day, however we only briefly walked the grounds prior to the wedding. The wedding was held at the Cotton Dock that was built...More
We enjoyed touring Boone Hall. I thought the admission price was a little steep. If you visit in the summer time, bring plenty of water and an umbrella or find some shade. The Gullah presentation was very informative. Video presentations in each of the slave...More
Tram ride through plantation is informative about all the crops that are grown there. U-pick and market fruit stand available to purchase variety of fruits/veggies. House tour is good with a few interesting antiques and provided nice refuge from the heat the day that we...More
The first thing you need to remember, and deal with, when going to Boone Hall plantation is that the historic home was the fourth one on the site, and not the original, or even Civil War-era. Once you are past that, Boone Hall is a...More
Beautiful place. Oak trees at the entrance were very nice. We took tours of the house and we took a shuttle tour. Both of these were very informative. We also watched a Gullah History talk. This was the best thing on the plantation. Slave houses...More
Enjoyed every bit of this place. Was interested on getting some info on what it was like to be a slave and received good info (seems many places in the area avoid talking about it)
Also loved the drive up to the house. Beautiful large...More
Boone Hall is about 20 minutes from downtown Charleston, it is a beautiful piece of property, make sure you take the shuttle tour around the property. We went right before the big Oyster festival so parts of the house and property were off limits. The...More
We arrived at Boone Hall as one of the first visitors in the morning. We were able to get great pictures of the magnificent driveway to the mansion and got straight to the slave street cabins after we had arranged the housetour in the welcome...More