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The Charleston area's plantations showcase the foundations of our nation's history and the Gullah-Geechee culture that influenced the Lowcountry.
Visitors can stroll through majestic gardens, see original slave cabins and admire towering oak trees that have survived the centuries. From carefully manicured grounds to special events for the whole family, each plantation boasts a unique experience.