Beautiful property. Knowledgeable staff. Recommend getting there early as it is hot walking the grounds.
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Boone Hall held so many wow moments for me. From the moment we entered the Avenue of Oaks I was mesmerised - bringing back memories of the Main family home in North and South (the 1980's mini series). To the Hall itself appearing ahead. But...More
i recommend visiting the plantation when you are in the area. There is an opportunity to learn what life was like for plantation owners and slaves as well. The tour guide was particularly good in the mansion. He is very knowledgeable, has a sense of...More
This is a must when you travel around Charleston. Majestic views with remarkable drive at the shadows of hundred years old trees alley. Nice mansion but it is not original, just the 1940s building. Territory well kept with nice garden, farm and several guided tours.
Jackie's Gullah presentation was outstanding! All the presentations were good. The "favored" slave quarters had very interesting film presentations. This is a beautiful plantation that is still a working farm. Yes, the tram was a little bumpy but that was part of the fun and...More
We enjoyed touring four rooms and the garden at this historical mansion as well as the more humble slave/sharecropper homes nearby. The docents were knowledgable. We also saw a Gullah Culture presentation. Unfortunately due to the rainy weather, no one got to take the tram...More
This is a very expensive attraction for the few things you can do, but all the plantations are expensive. As others have stated, the Gullah presentation is excellent. The house tour consisted of only 4 rooms and 2 of those didn't have much to see....More
We had been told to try to a different plantation due to it having better gardens but we really enjoyed our day at Boone Hall. We liked the fact that everything is included in one price here so you didn't have to think about what...More
This plantation was already part of many movies such as The Notebook and it is definitively worth visiting already because of the path surrounded by the giant oak trees. The grounds are kept beautifully. The house and house tour was underwhelming. This is not the...More