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 ground floor.
Not really at the actual Plantation house. The grounds are uneven and would make wheelchairs possibly tip. Hopefully this will be something Boone Plantation will look into fixing
The grounds for sure. Not sure about the house. The presentation about the slave cabins, yes. It was very good.
Give a call to Boone...I know that it's easy to get around on the grounds, but I'm not sure about the house!
I did see a young woman in a wheelchair but when touring the house she walked and used a cane.
I'd say if you're wheelchair bound then no. If you're able to walk short distances and climb a 4-6 stairs. Outside you can see stuff but don't think you'll be able to do the tractor ride or go into the slave houses.
I should have said all the above are correct.
All the below are correct. The tractor ride is bumpy and there may be difficulty in getting on and off the cars. The slave cabins would be ok but the plantation house seems to have lots of steps.
The tour of the main house is just 3 rooms and there are stairs into the rooms. It would be possible if you can maneuver 3 or 4 stairs. It may be possible to view the rooms from the entrance hall.
The slave quarters have 1 or 2 steps but you can look through the windows and doors. The door ways are narrow.
The story telling area is dirt. This is my favorite area. There is also a building on the river near here which is fully accessible.
The only other area is the snack bar and butterfly garden. The snack bar is accessible. I didn't go into the butterfly area so I don't know how tight the path is but I do recall it being behind the snack bar.
I would say yes, to an extent. The tractor ride is not accessible as you have to climb into it. The grounds are gravel, dirt and grass. It would be bumpy, but accessible.
I believe so if I remember correctly, I saw someone on wheel chair at the cabins for slaved people. One note if you plan to take the tour around the place by tractor, don't sit near the front due to the dust.
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