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Maybe we should have waited until the flowers were blooming. The first part of the trip was a walk in the garden. We heard some history, but only saw about 3 different flowers blooming. We took an open cart next through the woods and got...More
Visiting Magnolia is very easy since it's a free self-guided tour that you can do at your own pace. Pick up a map/guide when you arrive and wander about as little or as long as you wish. There's even a cellphone app that walks you...More
Free tour, right down the road from the other homes. Very clean and well maintained. Lots of picnic tables so you could bring a lunch on a nice day. Very pretty picture potential for families. The main home is still occupied and not available for...More
Tho we enjoyed the barn and one of the cabins, the other buildings were disappointing.. The most beautiful thing was the amazing trees. Goo! History facts, but not alot to see. Free is what makesnit worth while.
The Magnolia Plantation starts out with one of the plantation houses that have been converted to an information building for the plantation. There are several brick buildings that are not available for entry. The grounds are clean and well maintained. There is also a large...More