My family visited the plantation this weekend. Interesting history regarding the houses on the property. The best part is the slave street talk in my opinion. The gardens are beautiful, as well.
They call it a working Plantation but it’s really just a working farm besides the slave quarters there’s nothing really to see from back in the day the home was built in 1936 and you only get to 3 rooms, any history has either burned...More
Thank you for taking the tour to Boone Hall and for leaving your feedback. It seems like there is a misunderstanding about the term "plantation," which literally mean a large-scale estate meant for farming that specializes in cash crops. This is exactly what Boone Hall...More
Boone Hall is a lovely place to visit. The drive up to the house through the avenue of oaks is just magnificent! I think the highlight, though, has to be the slave quarters. From Nancy White’s sweetgrass baskets to the wonderfully rich storytelling of the...More
Shawn was our tour guide and did an excellent job of preparing us for Boone Hall and all tha took place there,What I most appreciated was the sensitivity that everyone seemed to have regarding a very painful period in our history. While we can't change...More
My family booked a tour of Boone Hall plantation and B.T. was our guide on the way over. He was not only a safe, courteous driver, but an excellent expert on the history of Charleston. For any noteworthy sights on our way to Boone Hall,...More