The plantation is beautiful, the drive of live oaks is a wonderful way of entering.
The slave street is a well set out display of what life for a slave was like. Each of the slave houses is set out to show a different aspect of the way slaves lived and died.
There was a talk giving an overview of the time from late 1700s to end of slavery and beyond well worth listening to.
The plantation house tour was interesting although the house was not built until the 1930s we own a house far older than that, so a bit disappointed that it is quite modern. I had hoped to see something older.
We ran out of time so did not go on the buggy tour around the plantation.
Well worth a visit.
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