Boone Hall Plantation

  • Port

    Charleston, South Carolina, US

  • Activity Level


  • Excursion Type


  • Wheelchair Accessible


  • Cost


    Price between $101-$150
  • Minimum Age

    Information not currently available.

  • Duration

    Approximately 3 Hours

  • Meals Included


Grab your camera and journey across the Cooper River to visit Americas most photographed plantation -- Boone Hall. Settled during the colonial period and still a working plantation, Boone Hall interprets the history of the families who have owned the land as well as that of the many slaves who lived and worked here.

Upon arrival at Boone Hall, you will be captivated by the aptly-named Avenue of Oaks. These nearly 300-year-old trees, which inspired settings in the iconic film Gone with the Wind, are sure to be a highlight of the tour.

In addition to enjoying the scenery, see Boone Hall's nine original slave cabins and the Colonial-revival plantation house built after the Civil War. Your guide will acquaint you with Boone Hall's evolution from a 17th-century cotton plantation to a modern-day working farm, and will also show you the starring role that this spectacular landscape has played in Hollywood. If you saw the movies North & South, Queen, and The Notebook, parts of the farm may already seem familiar to you.


Minimum age is 6 years. Tour does not operate on Sunday mornings. Photography is not allowed inside Boone Hall.