In the early 18th century, cotton plantations were enormously profitable and a giant of Charleston's lowcountry cotton farming was this stunningly beautiful estate. Boone Hall is one of the oldest working, living plantations. Instead of cotton, now they produce peaches, strawberries, tomatoes and pumpkins. During certain seasons guests are allowed to pick their own food. Boone Hall is an understandably popular setting for weddings, and has been featured in several movies. The world-famous Avenue of Oaks and the plantation house alone make this a worthwhile tour. Open all year except Thanksgiving and Christmas. Call ahead for varying dates.
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