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Boone Hall Plantation, Mount Pleasant

Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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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. For Boone Hall Plantation and beyond, use our Mount Pleasant trip itinerary builder to get the most from your Mount Pleasant vacation.
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  • Jackie who gave the live presentation on the Gullah culture was fantastic! The slave cabins on Slave St., and the house tour was just perfect for learning. 
  • Beautiful but a bit disappointing. I did not get the feel of what the plantation would have been like when built. Toured a few rooms and the garden. 
  • We came here with our son and enjoyed the house tour, although this was a little short and I was disappointed to find out the current house was built in the 1930's. The buildings on 'Slave Street' are...  read more »
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