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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
If you are in the area, this is must see. Lotsof history. The guides on the different parts
of the tours was so informative. The mini-series "North and South" with Patrick Swayzie
was filmed here.
The gardens around the house was something to see!
About 20 years ago, I visited Boone Hall as a child after the series North and South was filmed on the plantation. I vividly remember a very magical place. I have since had very fond memories of Boone Hall. My husband brought me to Charleston...More
9 Thank AM1979
Bay of Fundy & Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia, Canada
We selected this plantation because of its many attractions, even though we knew the house wasn't all that old. The house was nice inside, but we only got to see a few rooms.
There were plenty of other things to do, though. This plantation has...More
We chose Boone Hall based on its advertisements. None of the published material states that the plantation house is modern and filled with nylon oriental style carpets, low quality reproduction furniture and some average Victorian pieces. There is nothing about the house that has anything...More
Let me just first say that the grounds were beautiful and that we did have a nice experience here.
The sole reason why I wanted to visit here was because I found out one of my favorite movies called "Queen" with Halle Berry and scenes...More
The place WAS nice. The driveway and the farming education we got while on a tractor tour were the most entertaining aspects. The main house is NOT from 1681 like one, or at least me, would believe. Instead it was built in 1936. You could...More
It was our first visit to Charleston and we read many review about the various plantations and found it difficult to decide, as we had two small kids with us and wanted a not too big plantation with some activities for them as well ....More
If you only have time to see one plantation and you want to learn more about how the slaves lived. This is the best. There are still 9 remaining slave cabins. The live oak drive up to the mansion is awesome and there is a...More
My parents were visting from Australia and we all went down to Charleston for a few days back in July. They really wanted to go to a plantation and chose Boone Hall. My hubby and I had no desire to go so we decided to...More
We had spent previous day touring military places to please half the family--today we visited a plantation to suit the other folks. I'll admit--I was wary of visiting ANYof the plantations as reviews are pretty mixed. Boone Hall was closest to our hotel, so we...More