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Boone Hall Plantation

1235 Long Point Rd, Highway 17 North, Mount Pleasant, SC 29464-9020
+1 843-884-4371
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Working plantation with true southern charm. Features world famous avenue of oaks, 9 original slave cabins, butterfly garden, and a colonial revival style 1936 mansion. Tours and theatrical performances offered daily. Used in the filming of North and South, Queen, the Tempest, and The Notebook.
  • Excellent55%
  • Very good31%
  • Average9%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible2%
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1235 Long Point Rd, Highway 17 North, Mount Pleasant, SC 29464-9020
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This really is a must see if in the area. The slave information is first class and very well presented. The 'Gullah' presentation is superb. Thought we would be there a couple of hours, took us around 4 hours to do it all. Shame the...More

Thank PipPaul W
Reviewed 3 days ago

This tour gives a very informative depiction of slavery and the huge profits made by human explotation. This is an interesting display of enterpreneurial enterprise. This is a working farm, a historical site and a working cafe. There are thourgh bred horses on site for...More

Thank danf552017
Reviewed 1 week ago

The drive up to the plantation is worth the price of admission. Three hundred year old oak trees form a canopy above you with Spanish Moss hanging from them - spectacular. Know that the plantation house was added in 1935 but still well worth touring....More

Thank glovesj
Reviewed 1 week ago

Boone Hall was a good attraction as well. There's a lot of history embedded in the walls and estate tour. There's a small butterfly garden, its nice but could have been more colorful and accommodated to a bigger space. Also, there are no directions posted...More

Thank farhana z
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

My wife and I visited here with a few other couples. The avenue of the oaks is impressive. We also toured the house and then went on the wagon ride around the property. the wagon ride is definitely worth going on and I would highly...More

2  Thank mvenaas
Reviewed 1 week ago

This plantation is beautiful and a great way to spend the afternoon. You pay one price to get on the grounds and can do any of the tours. Most tours are only about 20 minutes so we did almost all of them. Truthfully I think...More

Thank JulieCrev
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We visited in April of 2015. We expected a beautiful plantation home, but what was delivered exceeded our expectations immensely. One of the first sights you will be graced with is the stunning Avenue of Oaks. This is worth the price of admission within itself....More

Thank dsBrand0n_M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

You may recognize the long tree-lined drive here from TV and movies. There's a peaceful, natural feeling as you drive up to the main buildings. The house isn't original but it still makes for a well-guided tour and the slave quarters are the only existing...More

Thank LakesiderToronto
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The tour was nice, but it was incredibly hot and humid that day and the house was NOT air conditioned, and we were limited on what rooms we were allowed to go into. Putting that many people in a non air -conditioned space, in one...More

Thank bekkasawyer
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We enjoyed our visit here - especially the slave quarters beside the house. They provide a very informative walk through black history, and offer comprehensive descriptions about what it was like to be a slave on the plantation. The House tour was interesting, but a...More

Thank Pokee
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Chris M
25 August 2017|
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Response from michaelfleming687 | Reviewed this property |
Most of the grounds are...not sure about the Plantation House though. lots of steps to get up to the front door and a few inside. There may have been a disabled access unseen to me as all of the bits you see are on the... More
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Sue C
14 August 2017|
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Response from Meg L | Reviewed this property |
Yes. You have to pay at the gate, but they do provide discounts for seniors, veterans, etc
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13 July 2017|
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Response from LoveBroadway22 | Reviewed this property |
I looked back at my pictures and there are black chairs on each side of the house, but they really do not seem to be a problem in the pictures of the big house. They are there for the tours so people can sit and wait for the... More
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