Charles Pinckney National Historic Site, Mount Pleasant

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The Charles Pinckney National Historic Site is a unit of the United States National Park Service, preserving a portion of Charles Pinckney's Snee Farm plantation and country retreat. The site is located at 1254 Long Point Road, Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. Pinckney (1757-1824) was a member of a prominent political family in South Carolina. He fought in the American Revolutionary War, was held for a period as prisoner in the North, and returned to the state in 1783. Pinckney served as a delegate to the constitutional convention where he contributed to drafting the United States Constitution.

This Snee Farm site was designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1973, and was designated a National Historic Site in 1988.

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  • Still a really nice, but small NHS to visit. Great place to walk. As stated, the home is closed to tours due to covid, but there are information stops all around. This is not the original house. They....  more »
  • We learned about Charles Pinckney, a bigger deal than we expected among the Founders. But there's not much to this site--the house isn't Pinckney's original house, and it's currently closed due to...  more »
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  • One of the best sites to visit in the Charleston area! There's a historic house and a nature trail. Artifacts on display from archaeological digs. Info on social, political, and architectural history.
  • Not too far off the highway so it's an easy drive. The grounds were well maintained. You'll find a lot of information on the history of the Pinckney family and the role they played in U.S. history. That said, the house isn't huge, and it's not the original structure. So that's a bit dusappointing. All in all, easy and quick stop if you're a history buff. Oh--it's free, one of the few "attractions" in Charleston that doesn't charge an outlandish fee.
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