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Boone Hall Plantation
1235 Long Point Road
Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina 29464
Voice: 843-884-4371

Boone Hall is one of America's oldest working plantations. Approach the main house down the renowned Avenue of Oaks. There is 300 years of history to explore here. Take a guided tour of the main house. Wander down the slave street and view the nine original slave cabins. See the plants and butterflies in the Butterfly Pavilion.

The two gardens in front of Boone Hall are filled with lovely plants and flowers. These formal gardens have many varieties of old roses, some dating back to the 16th century. You will also find varieties of camellias and azaleas as well as many other plants and flowers that you will enjoy.

The slave cabins are very unique in that they were built of brick. This was not done on many plantations. There are many artifacts that have been excavated from the site of these buildings. There is also slave history displayed in some of these cabins.

KAT'S VIEW

The Boone Hall Plantation had several places to go to. You could go inside the house. You could check out the slave cabins. You could go into the gardens. Or you could go to the butterfly garden. There was a snack bar and a horse stable. There was a cotton gin as well. The Boone Hall Plantation is a very nice place to go to. There was also a smoke house, sweet grass exhibit, and a dock house.

Butterfly Garden Botanical Gardens Chapel
Grounds House Slave Quarters


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