Entering this historic site is a bit of a teaser as it has very expansive grounds, slave quarters, and located on the waterway - lots of opportunity for a great learning attraction. After buying very expensive tickets which totaled over $70 for 3 adults and 2 children, we were provided a tour of the house (only) which took all of 30 minutes. The house is marginally developed for public touring and the rest of the site not at all - barely worth the hour drive from Myrtle Beach if the tour were free of charge. The person who suggested this tour was embarrassed at the prices charged for a such a superficial tour and noted that the Hobcaw Plantation is much better.
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