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I really enjoyed seeing the plantation with its information as you toured on your own the fields that were planted in rice. They showed how the fields were irrigated by tidal water off the river. The house was very interesting especially seeing the deconstructed sections....More
My sister and I drove up from Charleston, South Carolina. She wanted me to tour the plantation home because I am from St. Louis, Missouri. But it is closed on Thursday, no tours, the grounds are open. I walked around and saw a ranger and...More
The Hampton Plantation is located about an hour north of Charleston off Route 17 south of Georgetown, SC. The house tour ($7.50) is worth doing to understand the history of the Plantation and the history of the house. The plaster and lathe has been stripped...More
Located south of Georgetown, we enjoyed the peaceful setting of the Hampton Plantation. We did not go into the house, but instead walked the grounds. Loved the flowering trees and peaceful surroundings.
We loved the 1hour tour by one of the Park Rangers. Skyler was most knowledgeable. We enjoyed the gift shop also...many items for sale although the building is rather small. I recommend this state park highly !
Hampton Plantation, also known as Hampton Plantation House and Hampton Plantation State Historic Site, wrote a page of evolutionary construction history when it was built in the 1700s. Begun in 1735 and completed in 1790-1791, the original core of the house was a central hall...More
Hampton Plantation is reached by heading south of Georgetown through a rural area. The plantation sits on grounds with majestic oaks draped in Spanish moss. The main house offers tours for history buffs. However, I recommend peeking into the outer building where house staff quartered...More
Very historical site. State Park. Mansion/building is preserved much as it was. The furnishings were sold off during the depression so the interior is bare. Well worth seeing especially in tandem with Hopsewee Plantation just 5 miles away.
This is a great example of how a plantation home truly looked. The emphasis of the state park is CONSERVATION, not restoration, so the home and grounds remain very true to how they would have looked during their times as a working plantation. We were...More
A fine place to have a picnic on Mother's Day. We happened to go to Hampton Plantation after reading a plaque at Brookgreen Gardens about Washington traveling from Murrells Inlet one morning to Hampton Plantation for breakfast - he was certainly hungry when he arrived....More
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See other answers for times. I have been there where there was a Park Ranger on duty and then none. I will say Hampton Plantation is my most favorite place to visit in South Carolina! I love it in all its original beauty and... More
See other answers for times. I have been there where there was a Park Ranger on duty and then none. I will say Hampton Plantation is my most favorite place to visit in South Carolina! I love it in all its original beauty and atmosphere. There is a plantation Parrish about 1/2 down the road on the way in which is also very interesting!