Beautiful, exceeded my expectations. House tour with Bob was excellent... it was his last day and you could sense his enthusiasm . Grounds are lovely, tractor ride was great for kids, slave houses were very interesting ,lovely property.
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Most interesting place! Definitely worth visiting. Learnt a great deal. Still a working plantation. Interesting history.
Was a let down when they told us the house was only 80 years old. I thought it would be a plantation house from the 1800's, a 1936 party house was a let down. You can only tour the first floor, best part of this...More
Maybe it is because I had high expectations for what we would experience in the Charleston, SC area, but I did find this a bit disappointing. Maybe it was the heat, but it was maybe also the tram tour guide was a bit boring. Didn't...More
My husband and I stopped by the Boone Hall Plantation on our way into downtown Charleston (it's about 30 min. outside of the city). Although we did not get to experience the full plantation due to weather, we made the most of our time. The...More
We visited the plantation with two children (ages 8&6). They seemed to be interested in each tour we took. The entrance price is a bit much HOWEVER once you are in, every tour is included. We toured the main house, unfortunately you can only tour...More
Rather disappointed with Boone Hall, the current house was built in 1936, it’s not an original Plantation House, but is built on the site of an old Plantation. The house tour was disappointing, only 3 not very impressive rooms and a storeroom/office open to the...More
We visited BHP in July 2017 and were a little disappointed in what we are able to see and how things were set up. While the plantation itself dates back to the American Revolution, the home DOES NOT as it was built in the late...More