Charleston SC Plantation Tours

Take a Plantation Tour in Charleston and see the beautiful homesteads of the past. Filled with gorgeous gardens, intriguing points of interest, and even livestock, you won't want to miss these wonderful tours of Southern history. You'll see the antiquities, art, and architecture of a time well past. Book your Plantation tour today to be assured you'll have this opportunity Read More

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Magnolia Plantation Tour with Transportation from Charleston    

Plantation Tours, like the Magnolia Plantation Tour with Transportation from Charleston, are an absolute must when visiting South Carolina. This tour offers a unique and engaging way to explore Charleston's rich history and lush scenery. It covers the plantation house, gardens, and the slave cabins - providing profound insights into the antebellum South. In addition, the included transportation service makes the experience convenient, leaving you free to immerse yourself in this intriguing slice of American history.

Available 163 days between Jul 14 & Dec 31
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Plantation Tours offer a unique window into the past at Boone Hall in Charleston, South Carolina. Journey through America's history, from the Civil War era to the Gatsby-like grandeur of the 20th century. Your knowledgeable guide will unravel captivating stories set in this historic terrain, draped in live oaks and Spanish moss. Discover the preserved Slave Cabins, timeless Gullah culture, and majestic Antebellum mansion. This tour promises an insightful blend of history, beauty, and Southern charm.

Available 145 days between Now & Dec 31
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Plantation Tours at Boone Hall offers a unique glimpse into South Carolina's antebellum history. Visitors are invited to explore the stunningly preserved main house, an exquisite 1936 Colonial Revival dripping with Southern charm. The tour also includes walks around the breathtaking gardens and the former slave quarters, which now house a poignant exhibit on African American history. With its rich historical perspective, Boone Hall Plantation presents an engaging yet reflective journey back in time.
Available 353 days between Now & Jun 30
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Plantation Tours at Charleston's prestigious Drayton Hall offer an educational and immersive journey into America's past. Visitors can explore the meticulously preserved 18th-century plantation house and the surrounding grounds, which are teeming with rich history. Guided tours provide insights into the architectural marvels, the historical importance of the estate, and the lives of the people who lived there. It's a meaningful opportunity to understand American heritage, colonial life, and the complicated history of the South.

Available 152 days between Jul 14 & Jun 30
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