Liberty Hall, Kenansville

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Liberty Hall in Kenansville, Duplin County, North Carolina, United States, is a historic plantation house. It is now one of North Carolina's museums. The original Liberty Hall plantation was built in the late 1730s in Turkey, Sampson County, North Carolina.
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  • Great affordable $5 tour, thought it was a tour of just the house but tour includes all the buildings on the property. Joann was an AWESOME guide, very knowledgeable and engaging. You can tell she... 
    Great affordable $5 tour, thought it was a tour of just the house but tour includes all the buildings on the property. Joann was an AWESOME guide, very knowledgeable and engaging. You can tell she...  more »
  • We went to Liberty Hall through a package deal with the Country Squire. We had an amazing tour guide that led us through the home and was full of information. I highly recommend stopping by if you... 
    We went to Liberty Hall through a package deal with the Country Squire. We had an amazing tour guide that led us through the home and was full of information. I highly recommend stopping by if you...  more »
  • Although Liberty Hall may be a bit off the beaten path, it is well worth seeking out. The house and outbuildings have been lovingly restored. Our tour guide, Teresa, was excellent and very... 
    Although Liberty Hall may be a bit off the beaten path, it is well worth seeking out. The house and outbuildings have been lovingly restored. Our tour guide, Teresa, was excellent and very...  more »
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  • Excellent 2 hour tour, excellently preserved furnishings, household items, art, documents. Included some of the stories of the workers, and preservation of their history, too. It will be a long time before Southern history locations fully embrace our history, but this one has begun, and it makes the experience better. Overall, this tour was on par with museum homes in Charleston.
  • Had an absolute blast with Mrs. Teresa as our tour guide today. The home is beautiful and so many secrets still in place all throughout the house. Teresa gives a backstory for each room/amenity in detail, and the history is VERY rich!! You should have no problem feeling welcomed by the residents too... ;) Thank you again Teresa!!
  • History is so vital to life. The staff love this house and those who lived in it. It makes the tour more interesting. There's a 13 minute video before the tour starts and it's about 1.5 hours total on site. $5 is not too bad for this tour.
  • Thoroughly enjoyed our tour of this home. Loved the original furnishings and seeing them up close made the experience so enjoyable. The staff, with their love and knowledge of home is 2nd to none. Excellent experience and I highly recommend it...!!!
  • Theresa is a fantastic historian with a great wealth of knowledge and a great personality. I highly recommend any tour here given by her.

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