Journey across the Cooper River to the town of Mt. Pleasant. Here you will visit historic Boone Hall Plantation that was used in the filming of the television mini-series, "North and South" and "Queen" and for background filming in "Gone with the Wind." Tour the lovely Colonial Revival plantation house, the slave quarters built from brick made on the plantation in the 1800's and watch the flower ladies making their sweetgrass baskets.
Explore Charleston’s illustrious history and culture on a guided tour of the antebellum Boone Hall Plantation, complete with beautiful gardens and live historical reenactments. Travel via motor coach across the expansive Cooper River and past low-country marshes en route to seaside Mount Pleasant. Roam around grand Boone Hall Plantation, a Colonial Revival house where you can view antique furnishings, watch the flower ladies weave sweet grass baskets, see original slave quarters, and visit the butterfly pavilion.
• Scenic Drive: Relish spectacular views of low-country marshes and the mighty Cooper River while traveling via coach to Mount Pleasant.
• Boone Hall Plantation: Tour the Colonial Revival mansion with a 19th-century guide, admiring antique housewares and 100-year-old rose gardens.
• Cultural Attractions: Watch live reenactments in the original slave quarters, visit the butterfly pavilion, and admire the “Avenue of Oaks”.
What to Bring:
• SeaPass card and photo identification
• Cash/credit cards
• Sun protection
What to Wear:
• Hat and sunglasses
• Walking shoes