Boone Hall Plantation, Mount Pleasant

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Must see · Historic Site · Tourist Spot
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.
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  • Great day here. Still a working farm since the 17th century. Great riding tour through the farm and pond property. Walking self guided tours were very well curated. Loved the live show about Gullah...  more »
  • Too much money. Privately owned and all about getting money for weddings and parties. Very little history. No house tour. Poor.  more »
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  • This place was wonderful and well worth the money. We got to tour the house, slave houses, walk through the butterfly garden and got great info on the history of the place and black history of the area. The Avenue of Oaks it beautiful and the place overall would be great for a wedding. It's also great for families looking for something pretty to see while getting educated on some of the history. I definitely recommend!!
  • Beautiful flower gardens. The house guide and the ride around the plantation were very informative. The Gullah Theatre is a must to see.Also the slave cabins are very informative. We did not go to the butterfly pavilion. The cafe lunch is so so. Go to the Boone Hall cafe and market that is outside of the grounds off Hwy 17. We enjoyed our day.
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