This plantation has a plantation house, flower gardens, slave cabins, and a hayride. Although a house was on this site since 1681, this is the third house built here so it is not the original plantation house which was disappointing but the plantation itself is still historic. We took the house tour of the first floor as second floor is occupied by the family. I would get reservations for that first. At one time bricks and pecans were produced here. I liked the Avenue of the Oaks. There is a hayride of the farm and a cafe with a gift shop.
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