Boone Hall Plantation and Gardens
Named a “must see” locale by NBC’s Daytime, there’s a reason Boone Hall Plantation and Gardens is “America’s Most Photographed Plantation.” From the towering, moss-draped oaks to the pristine, two-story columns on the front veranda, Boone Hall is a beautiful example of bygone days. One of the country’s oldest working plantations, Boone Hall still produces crops of strawberries, tomatoes, pumpkins and more in You-pick fields open to guests in-season. Boone Hall has been open to the public since 1956, allowing visitors to experience what plantation life was like. Take in the grounds on the guided Plantation Coach Tour and the House Tour, or explore on your own by following the self-guided tours and presentations.