Travel 20 minutes to experience the Carolina Lowcountry and "A must see!" Boone Hall reflects Southern heritage spanning 300 years on one magnificent "still working" plantation.
House tours, gardens, slave cabins, and live performances in season.
This plantation was "Mount Royal" in the mini series "North and South" for John Jakes and was also used in the sequel "Queen" to Alex Haley's "Roots".
The avenue of oaks is almost one mile in length.
After Boone Hall return to Charleston for the historic city tour. Over 300 years of history and architecture. Walk cobblestone streets and explore America's Best Kept Secret.
You will be picked up at the location of your choice and begin a day of Carolina Low Country history. Travel approximately 20 minutes to Boone Hall Plantation. You will tour the house, grounds and slave cabins. In season there will be a Gullah presentation. On your way back into the historic city, you will see how the port of Charleston has survived for over 300 years. A comprehensive tour of the original walled city and surrounding suburbs on the peninsula will show you the unique architecture and gardens you will only see in Charleston. You will pass many churches and understand why this is called the Holy City. The tour of the city can be tailored to the guests interest. You will be returned to the location of your choice.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Your hotel.
End location: Your hotel.
Duration: 6 hours
Luxury 4 door sedan accommodating 4 guests
My service as a knowledgeable guide.
Admission to Boone Hall Plantation.
No extra. Admission to Boone Hall is included.