We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
This was a little hard to find, and no clear signs to get there. You must visit the welcome center to pay $6.00 to gain entrance. Then proceed to the ruins. Rutted road with mound of grass in middle so we had to remain in...More
My husband loves everything history so I thought visit to ruins would be perfect for him and it was. Visitor center provided video explaining about ruins and lady at the counter (sorry for not remembering her name, she is very knowledgeable and super nice) have...More
While staying close by we decided to visit. We were the only ones there. The volunteer still gave us alot of information after the video. We drove to the site and were free to walk around and stay as long as we wanted. Saw everything...More
This place needs to be preserved. I hope the caretakers can figure out a way to add back all the piles of original bricks back to the building. A reproduction of a formal garden woulld be a great addition.
Obviously you have to come to Rosewell with the right expectations; it is the ruins of a plantation, not an intact plantation. With that in mine, it is well worth the trip. The visitor center has a short video and some displays/artifacts that do a...More
After a difficult time finding this place, we were greeted with "You folks here for the self guided tour?" That sounded fine. Then, six dollars per adult was expected. I thought that was a little much, so I left. My wife made the mistake of...More
If you have visited Windsor Ruins near Port Gibson, Mississippi, which my wife and I have done on several occasions, before and after they hid the columns behind a forest of trees, you have a feeling of what is like to view the Rosewell Ruins...More
It was a quiet and beautiful sunny day for a self-guided tour of the Rosewell Ruins. The remaining structure is incredible for its age and history. Definitely worth a visit and a stop in the visitors center!