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What a beautiful historic property in Clemson’s botanical gardens! Lots of grounds to see and interesting to exhibits to explore. Our tour guide Ethan was exceptional and shared a host of interesting facts and history to complement our visit to the property. Must visit!
The house is only open for limited hours on Saturdays and Sundays. It's close to the visitor center of the Botanical Gardens. IF you cant get in, there's not much to see although you can read about the interesting history of the house.
We had gone to Ft. Hill and there, were told Hanover House would be open at 2pm. Despite having been told this by people who work there and the website which showed the same, it opens only on Saturday and Sunday. While I understand people...More
If you are near Clemson's campus/the botanical gardens do yourself a favor and stop to see this gorgeous and well preserved Colonial homestead. It's been moved from its original location but it has been meticulously preserved.
I visited in March 2018 and the docent that...More
This Dutch Colonial home was saved from the new reservoir in Berkley county. Brought to Clemson then moved again to this tranquil setting at the Botanical Gardens, this is a glimpse of the past & our progenitor's ingenuity. Beautiful design, a must see!
If you are in the Botanical Gardens be sure and see the Hanover House. This house was built in Berkeley County in the 1700s and moved to Clemson when it's original site was flooded buy the construction of the Santee lakes. It was moved a...More
When visiting the Clemson University campus do not miss the Hanover House which sits next to the gardens on the edge of campus. The home was built by Huguenots in 1716 and moved to Clemson and moved again to its current location. The architecture is...More