Boone Hall Plantation has an array of historical attractions including the house and slave cabins. Although we can describe the details of each attraction, you should stop by Boone Hall and see why it was named the number one plantation in Charleston by USA Today!
The Gullah Theater is an entertaining, yet educational enriching, experience in which visitors have the opportunity to learn about the history and culture of African slaves, Boone Hall, and South Carolina.
The Mansion is the house that Thomas Stone and his wife built during the 1930s. Throughout the Mansion, visitors will be able to explore Georgian architecture and transport themselves back in time to Boone Hall’s origins in 1681. It’s important to note that in order to view the mansion, visitors are required to participate in a guided tour.
Plantation Coach is an opportunity for visitors to view the entire plantation. Plantation Coach is a motorized tour in which visitors travel across the whole property, which is 738 acres large. Throughout the ride, visitors will learn an immense amount of geographical, cultural, and historical information about Boone Hall and the people who worked and lived there.
Black History in America is located among eight of the slave cabins and features the history of African Americans.
Slave Street and History is a presentation in which visitors learn about the daily lives, culture, and history of the slaves that lived and worked at Boone Hall.
Garden allows visitors to explore all of the horticultural features of the front lawn at Boone Hall. Like many other attractions, visitors are required to participate in a guided tour.
Butterfly Pavilion is located near the gardens and allows visitors to immerse themselves within a variety of butterflies. Photo: thierry/Fotolia
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