Boone Hall Plantation

Museum, Garden, and Historic Site
Mt. Pleasant
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  • Saloni M.
    "The tram tour is the best way to see the plantation."(5 Tips)
    Carolyn G.
    "Awesome Gullah presentation."(3 Tips)
    WannaSee I.
    "The Avenue of Oak was the best part of the place."(3 Tips)
    Daron M.
    "Cotton dock is an awesome place to have a party"(2 Tips)
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  • Timothy B.
    The Huallaga show
  • Mark K.
    It's ALL good and quite educational! By all means, take the tram. The docents are excellent!
  • Ashley R.
    Definitely a must see if your in Charleston!! The grounds are beautiful!! Make sure you do the tours of the house and grounds.
  • Ashley R.
    This place is absolutely beautiful!!! A must see in charleston!!!
  • Raquel C.
    Beautiful location. The history that they tell is very interesting.
  • Ilse v.
    Ilse vom KreuzFebruary 23
    Arrive early to get nice pics without so many tourists on them. Tours start at 09:30am. Visit the 'Gullah Theather' to hear Veronica, one of the greatest storytellers I've ever seen!
  • Katharine L.
    Katharine LawrenceDecember 23, 2015
    Beautiful plantation lots of history here! It is my favorite in the Charleston area.
  • Glenn F.
    Glenn FSeptember 12, 2015
    Beautiful! Avenue of oaks, history of the owners of this land is fascinating
  • Peg O.
    Peg O'HearnAugust 23, 2015
    The Gullah presentation was great. Don't miss it
  • Jennifer W.
    Jennifer WoodAugust 10, 2015
    The Pecan groves are breathtaking with all the Spanish Moss. The Gardens are worth seeing.
  • Sabrena
    SabrenaJune 8, 2015
    Lots of history and things to see. Allow for plenty of time for the carriage ride. The first two filled up quite quickly and had to wait for a third, but it was definitly worth the wait.
  • Alex K.
    Alex KApril 16, 2015
    Beautiful place! Visited for a wedding and everything was top notch!
  • Ken M.
    Ken McCubbinApril 10, 2015
    Make sure you go in the morning, before it gets hot or the school busses come for field trips.
  • Reinfred F.
    Reinfred ForsonDecember 31, 2014
    Great tour
  • Christina C.
    Christina ChinDecember 23, 2014
    Went when it was a bit dreary/rainy but just means no crowds and can get some great photos without ppl in your shot. Tour is short, only show a few rooms on 1st fl, can wander grounds after
  • Ankur A.
    Ankur AgarwalDecember 4, 2014
    Walk down the history.
  • Cordell W.
    Cordell WagendorfOctober 1, 2014
    Great tours. See the Gullah presentation and take the tram tour.
  • This Is My South
    This Is My SouthSeptember 6, 2014
    Boone Hall is known for its Avenue of the Oaks and as a filming location in countless movies. It holds some of the city's best festivals and events. Read more
  • Scott V.
    Scott VilleponteauxAugust 24, 2014
    North and South, Queen, and The Notebook were all filmed here.
  • Jim S.
    Jim SullivanAugust 18, 2014
    Be sure to take the both the house and bus your
  • Stephan S.
    Stephan SchmidtAugust 8, 2014
    This is Orry Main's plantation in the North&South miniseries.
  • Traci S.
    Traci ScottJune 15, 2014
    The Gullah culture presentation was great
  • Cari
    CariApril 26, 2014
    Take the coach tour to get the lay of the land. There's a lot
  • Paul S.
    Paul StephensonJanuary 26, 2014
    Low country Oysterfest
  • Amy B.
    Amy BruckmanDecember 24, 2013
    Skip the house tour. The house was completely rebuilt in the 1930s. Nothing historical or noteworthy about it. Our house is older. Maybe we should give tours!
  • Carolyn G.
    Carolyn GreenJuly 5, 2013
    Beautiful place. They have a lot of great information on slavery with original homes. Awesome Gullah presentation. Be sure to check the forecast, they won't do carriage rides on rainy days.
  • Jim C.
    Jim CrossMay 15, 2013
    Excellent hand made ice cream
  • Randall B.
    Randall BenningtonApril 2, 2013
    This is the WORST managed historical site in the South. From the entry, to the welcome center, to the gardens over grown with weeds, it is a shrine to disorder! Go to Middleton Place instead
  • Holy City Sinner
    Holy City SinnerMarch 7, 2013
    Great scenery and home to many fun festivals
  • Jodi L.
    Jodi LynnDecember 31, 2012
    This was undoubtedly one of our favorite stops. The Gullah presetation is a must see. Set aside the whole day because you'll need it to experience everything they have to offer here.
  • Tim K.
    Tim KruppNovember 1, 2012
    The Halloween event, "Fright Night" was a lot of fun all around. Buy the All you can Scare pass to save a little money on checking out all the thrills.
  • Lydia B.
    Lydia BeyrentOctober 19, 2012
    Loved in Spring! Slave homes are emotionally challenging if U have a heart. Must attend any events hosted by BHP, I.e. Taste of Charleston 2009, 2011
  • Katy O.
    Katy OJuly 16, 2012
    If you want to learn about how local South Carolina food is produced, take the Plantation Coach Tour. If Trevor is around, get on his tour.
  • Cramp
    CrampJune 25, 2012
    Great history to see. BRING BUG SPRAY!
  • Cami R.
    Cami RoofMay 12, 2012
    Get there early & bring bug spray!
  • Saloni M.
    Saloni MApril 5, 2012
    The tram tour is the best way to see the plantation. Ask for the buy get one half off at the Boone hall farms cafe
  • Daron M.
    Daron MatayabasDecember 10, 2011
    Cotton dock is an awesome place to have a party
  • Hampton Inn & Suites Isle of Palms Connector
    Boone Hall Plantation opened their 2011 corn maze to the public this morning. The maze is in the shape of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
  • Wanna See It All
    Wanna See It AllSeptember 12, 2011
    he Avenue of Oak was the best part of the place. You are not allow to take pictures or video of the inside Main House. Make about 2hrs available for this place. The tour lectures are redundant Read more
  • Celeste F.
    Celeste FortierSeptember 1, 2011
    Beautiful. A must see
  • Franz S.
    Franz StrasserAugust 16, 2011
    One of those must-see places if you're into Civil War- and Southern history. Stick around for the Gullah play.
  • Lipton Iced Tea
    Lipton Iced TeaJune 29, 2011
    After taking a stroll along the winding river, forget local farmers' markets and head to the fields to enjoy picking your own strawberries, pumpkins or tomatoes.
  • Smithsonian Channel
    Smithsonian ChannelJune 24, 2011
    The original 18th century slave cabins that still stand here on “Slave Street” were built in front of the plantation’s home in a traditional antebellum display of prosperity. (From Aerial America) Read more
  • WannaSee I.
    WannaSee ItAllMay 8, 2011
    If your a history buff, you'll enjoy this place. The Avenue of Oak was the best part of the place. You are not allow to take pictures or video of the inside Main House. Some of the tour lectures are r
  • Mary Ann f.
    Mary Ann freeSeptember 5, 2010
    Cotton Dock Caterers are the best! Great prices and friendly, fast service.
  • LoriHensleyDOTcom ..
    LoriHensleyDOTcom .July 31, 2010
    Gullah story telling is great!
  • Telly
    TellyJune 15, 2010
    House was built in 1930's, so skip it and go straight to the former slave cabins to learn real history. Check out the Gullah presentation/storytelling.
  • Chris B.
    Chris BrownJune 11, 2010
    Beautiful old plantation, definitely worth a visit if you are in the Charleston, SC area Read more
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