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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...more
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1235 Long Point Rd, Highway 17 North, Mount Pleasant, SC 29464-9020
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Our group of 7 came early and we are glad we did. It gets busy around 11:30. The "alley of oaks" was very beautiful, but when lots of cars are driving down the drive it is hard to get a good picture of it. When...More
Boone Hall does a tremendous job in discussing slave history. Visit all 9 cabins in order to learn about the origins of the slave trade up to modern day. We took the time to see the Gullah culture presentation and that was the highlight of...More
We were so happy that we decided to check out this plantation. It’s very interesting and a beautiful property and great spot for pictures. I would def go to it . It’s also the place where they filmed The Notebook and North & South.
Great plantation to go to. A lot of history so a tour is great to hear all of it. Movies have been filmed here. The oak treed driveway is something to take your breath away. You'll say " I've seen this before in photos"...Don't miss...More
Agree, the house that stands is not the original house however that should not take away from the charm that this plantation has to offer. This is still a working plantation that has reinvented itself over the years. From cotton and indigo to pecans to...More
So, yes...this house that now stands was built in the 1930’s but it is a gorgeous house and even nicer property. The Avenue of Oaks as you approach the house is worth the price of admission. The gardens are beautiful and of course, if you...More
Recently toured the Boone plantation, while the grounds were very nice. The house was a BIG disappointment! It was built in 1935, by in then owners from Canada. If I would have known this, I differently would not have payed the 24$ a head to...More