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“Plantation ”

Boone Hall Plantation
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USD 51.94*
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Boone Hall Plantation Tour from Charleston
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Owner description: 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 and South, Queen, the Tempest, and The Notebook.
Reviewed 8 January 2018 via mobile

A beautiful stately home
Very well maintained
We did feel it was quite expensive for what it offered
The main house tour was around 40 min and only included 4 rooms would have like to see more
The slave quarters looks neglected as lots of item on display was removed
The people are very friendly and knowledgeable
Due to the weather there were no tours of the plantations itself which I though should have reflected on the admission price

1  Thank AmeliavdBerg
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"house tour"
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"gullah presentation"
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"the main house"
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"oak trees"
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"coach tour"
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"slave street"
in 127 reviews
"working farm"
in 123 reviews
"first floor"
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"slave life"
in 91 reviews
"tram ride"
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"butterfly garden"
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"tour of the grounds"
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"live oaks"
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"live presentation"
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"gullah theater"
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"cotton dock"
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Reviewed 6 January 2018

I think it looks more modern than the usual plantation houses I've seen in New Orleans and attending the tour confirms my initial assumption. But it's still an interesting tour. I'd recommend driving to the place itself so you can save extra dollars for the total tour price.

Thank V4c4t10n3r88
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Reviewed 5 January 2018

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.

Thank Tim K
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Reviewed 3 January 2018 via mobile

Wow, this place is great and full of history. Very well organized with many things to do in small amounts of time so it keeps the attention of kids. Beautiful grounds and knowledgeable staff.

Thank Jon H
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Reviewed 1 January 2018 via mobile

History from the house tour, Gullah presentation, and slave houses is a valuable source of information; history that warrants facing, pondering, and learning.

Tractor tour focused on current and past agricultural products and wildlife, didn’t focus on or refer to plantation life and conditions.

Though the beauty of the plantation is a typical backdrop for weddings and lavish events, it is hard to imagine participating in celebrations at a site that was built on the backs of enslaved persons.

Thus, we wrestled with the juxtaposition of those two present elements-vital historic preservation and location for extravagant festivities.

However, we highly value this opportunity to experience uncomfortable wrestling as it can be impetus for necessary continued progress in society today.

Thank LisaF42
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