Boone Hall is a good introductory plantation, 1/2 day activity, or budget friendly stop. At $20 per person it is by far the best value. The house, similar to Magnolia is not the original but does have some pieces of the 1700s establishment and the tour is quick but educational. The gardens are beautiful, well labeled, and compact making it a nice short walk before or after the house tour. The carriage tour is nice because you get the history of the grounds and an up close look at the active planting fields as Boone is still a working farm. The strawberry fields smelled soooooo good! The slave quarters are interesting and similar to those seen at other plantations (same info in 1/3 of the time). We did not see the Gullah presentation but only heard good things from those who did.
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