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Historic Brattonsville

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Fascinating.

I have been here twice. The first time, which was in February of 2015, I took the tour. The tour... read more

Reviewed 31 January 2016
Kendall A
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Long Beach, California
Great interesting day trip........

We went when there when a period type festival was going on. Our grandchild loved it. They had... read more

Reviewed 15 January 2016
Walter I
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York, South Carolina
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Experience living history, including the African American story, at our 775-acre Revolutionary War site. Explore the Bratton Plantation, owned and lived on by three Bratton generations. Historic Brattonsville presents the history of the Scots-Irish...more
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1444 Brattonsville Rd, McConnells, SC 29726-8768
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Reviewed 31 January 2016

I have been here twice. The first time, which was in February of 2015, I took the tour. The tour guide talked a lot about slave life and it was fascinating. The second time I went, which was several months later, I took a hike...More

Thank Kendall A
Reviewed 15 January 2016

We went when there when a period type festival was going on. Our grandchild loved it. They had animals she could hold, games to play as well as old time candle making for the kids. It is an interesting place and has a lot to...More

Thank Walter I
Reviewed 16 December 2015

I've been twice to Brattonsville - once for the Battle of Huck's Defeat (re-enactment) and once for the Halloween ghost stories tour. It's a living history museum and very enjoyable way to spend the day. The admission is reasonable and everyone working there is totally...More

Thank schraderj
Reviewed 7 December 2015

Brattonsville was a surprise journey through the Bratton's rise from shelter to log cabin to house /tavern to grand plantation home with outbuildings, cotton fields, slaves and general store / post office. It was road trip very worth while from Fort Mill. It was a...More

Thank rfmcnulty
Reviewed 27 October 2015 via mobile

We drove down from charlotte to see brattonsville for the first time. We were very impressed ! People were friendly, the self guided tour was interesting. We watched the civil war reenactment. Lots of demonstrations, military camps, a battle with cannons ! A narrative about...More

Thank meteordust
Reviewed 25 October 2015

We stopped here on our way south. it was well worth the stop. The buildings are well restored. It would have been better if all of the buildings were labeled, instead of just a few. The orientation map was helpful, but at time hard to...More

Thank Jane S
Reviewed 19 September 2015

Great Educational experience for all ages. See local history unfold over a period of several generations for this colonial family farm/plantation. Bring your kids and plan your visit on a day they have reenactors and outdoor events scheduled.

Thank william B
Reviewed 3 September 2015

The site of Hucks Defeat, this property has a lot of revolutionary and pre civil war buildings. It's quite a pleasant stop and staff are very helpful. Be sure to see the introductory movie, too.

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Reviewed 24 August 2015

This was a nice little stop on our way to Charleston. It is so peaceful and quiet. It really allowed you to experience a pace much slower than the hectic pace of life now. There was a lot of history to take in and it...More

Thank Guest683
Reviewed 10 August 2015

A very well maintained historic site with great atmosphere and the re-en actors were informative. Not a great deal of walking as buildings have been moved into a central location on this 6000 acre plantation. Very enjoyable attraction that we were glad to visit. Will...More

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