Very interesting historic tour. I think even early teens would like it. THe guides are very knowledgeable, and the house is really cool.
We started our serendipity Bluffton exploration from the Heyward House and it was a great choice. For $5 per person we got a private tour of the mansion with great commentary by a passionate and knowledgeable guide. The house itself is interesting and it is one of just several houses of Bluffton which escaped the destruction by the Civil War... More
Lots of history in the small town of Bluffton. This house built in the 1800's and has survived many hurricanes and the civil war. Etchings in a mirror by a Union Soldier are very interesting. Seeing how folks lived in hard times is very interesting. Makes you appreciate what you have today.
This is a great historic house in Old Town Bluffton. If you love history, this is a must see. Volunteers do an excellent job, and will answer any questions you have. They also make great recommendations of other historic sites of interest in the area. Worth the time to see this!
Setting is interesting, as it is on a small side street. Close to the river, and in downtown Bluffton.
We are transplants to the area so we decided to learn more about the history of our adopted town. I am not a history (nor Civil War) buff but there were many interesting things I learned about Bluffton today. We took the walking tour of historic Bluffton afterwards and I'd have to say it was not worth the money we... More
If you are into history as my husband is this is definitely a place to go and you really should take the guided tour it is def worth it. This is not only for adults both our kids 9&6 enjoyed themselves and like to hear how things were done years ago. I think they also enjoyed hearing on how things... More
Go here for a tour of the house $5, get a self walking guide, or call ahead for a district walking tour with guide for $15. Open Mon-Fri 10-4 and 11-2 on Sat. Staff were friendly, helpful and very courteous.
......a must visit in ordder to experience the rich history of the Low Country during the antebellum period. The integration of furnishings and personalizing of the home, a hat placed on a chair, a shawl laid carefully in the living room, a cradle in the bedroom and a few dresses in the closet etc, give one the impression that the... More
Part of the lazy south towns offerings. Mother's Day weekend offers a great festival on Calhoun Street.
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