Boone Hall Plantation & Gardens

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Boone Hall Plantation & Gardens
A magnificent avenue of oak trees like the one that greets visitors to Boone Hall Plantation doesn’t happen overnight—this particular stand of trees was planted in 1743, creating a must-see spectacle for many visitors to Charleston nearly three centuries later. In addition to tours of the plantation’s mansion, there’s also a motor tour of the 738-acre grounds, and living history presentations at The Gullah Theater, celebrating the African-American culture (and recognizing the dark history of slavery) that marked plantation life in centuries past. Guests also enjoy the garden tour, including a collection of antique roses, and a striking butterfly pavilion during spring and summer months. Boone Hall is still a working farm—when you’ve had your fill of history, head to the u-pick fields to harvest your own strawberries, or stock up on tomatoes and peaches at the adjacent farm stand.
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1235 Long Point Rd, Mt Pleasant, SC 29464, USA
+1 843-884-4371
Sun 12pm - 5pm
Mon - Sat 8am - 5pm