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Boone Hall Plantation Tour From Charleston

Boone Hall Plantation Tour From Charleston
Boone Hall Plantation Tour From Charleston
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Visit an important part of history at the Boone Hall Plantation. Leaving out of Charleston, see several memorials and exhibits on the plantation

Total Tour time 11:15am to 3:15pm
  • Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
  • Free Cancellation

Highlights

  • Avenue of Oaks
  • Boone Hall Plantation House
  • Boone Hall Slave Cabin

Includes

  • Transportation
  • Guide

From US$50

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Total Tour time 11:15am to 3:15pm

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Departs from the Visitors Center at 375 Meeting Street - Tour departs at 11:15am daily
All Gray Line City Tours depart from the Charleston Visitors Center located at 375 Meeting Street.

At Boone Hall Plantation guests will enjoy a 30 minute guided house tour. The remainder of the time at the plantation guests can partake in any of the following options available: “Exploring the Gullah Culture”, Plantation Coach Tour, Black History in America Exhibit, Slave Street and History Presentation, Garden Tour, and Butterfly Pavilion.

Limited Availability - Reservations Recommended

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BARBARA NELSON
Sep 27 2018
Very well organized enjoyed
Mr Hank Vankesteren
Dec 28 2017
Ted is very well versed in the history of the area, and was very friendly and courteous.
Mr Charles Decker
Apr 21 2017
informative ,like mansion talk with era dress
Dennis
Jul 02 2016
Loved the grounds tour and the Gullah woman. Slave exhibitions were also fantastic.
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