Hampton Plantation State Historic Site, Georgetown

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TripAdvisor
  • Our visit here was more by happenstance than design...we drove by, had free time and drove the 2 miles down the side road to the plantation and we are very glad we did. The young Ranger who did the to...  more »
  • This was different from other plantations we visited. This is the original plantation house. From the outside it looks pristine. But inside there is no furniture and the walls are peeled back in place...  more »
  • So we stopped by this plantation expecting it to be like other Plantations we had visited: In some state of restoration with period furniture/photos/etc. What we got was something entirely different. ...  more »
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  • Beautiful, historic rice plantation. The tour of the house was $7.50 and took about an hour. It was educational and interesting and the park ranger leading the tour was able to answer all the questions she was asked. This is a rice plantation so because of the marshes the mosquitoes during the summer are bad. The best time to go is during the cooler months.
  • Spur of the moment decision to visit the plantation on our road trip. The forest rangers were very nice and knowledgeable. The price was cheap - $3.50 per adult. The tour was mostly inside the big house and took about an hour. President George Washington visited this home and mentioned to the owner to leave the oak that is still standing in the front of the home. It was so neat to see this beautiful house - mostly built by slave labor. Amazing that they could do that high level and volume of work. The ballroom is amazing! Although the house is empty of original furnishings, we can still get an idea of how it was to live there and how it was built.
  • Great park, aside from the trails you can tour the house, it's not too expensive and worth it!
  • Preserved, historic plantation along original Kings Highway. Heugenout church nearby is the cherry on top of this delectable SC secret sundae!
  • The grounds are very nice. The swarming mosquitoes were unbearable, even with bug spray. So much nature (snakes) on the nature trail, they had it closed. Staff members were nice and knowledgeable. Visit in cool weather if you can.