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Callaway Plantation, Washington
(4.8/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Callaway Plantation is a great place to visit with wonderful history and some amazing artifacts. Candace is a very enthusiastic hostess. The City of Washington needs to do a lot of professional mainte...  more »
  • We loved our tour! Candice was very knowledgeable, friendle, and eager to answer our questions. Very good idea to celebrate our six month dating anniversary 
  • We visited Callaway Plantation this past week, and we loved our time here! The information Candice gave us was so interesting, and we loved having her as a tour guide! What a small world this is - to ...  more »
Google
  • Excellent historical tour. They not only highlight the big house, they also highlight a slave cabin. They recognize that it was slavery that built the plantation.
  • Part of southern history.