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Make the highlight of your visit to Charleston a step back in time with this tour of Magnolia Plantation combined with a tour of the City of Charleston. Take the City Tour to see the French Quarter, the Rainbow Row of incredible homes in pastel colors, the Market, Old Citadel, and stop at the famed Battery overlooking Fort Sumter (where the first shot of the Civil War was fired). Then it's on to the Magnolia Plantation. Take the Plantation Nature Tram, visit the house, and peaceful and inspiring Biblical Garden.
Step back in time with this tour of an exquisitely decorated 1853 Greek Revival Mansion. This Belle Meade Plantation tour is conducted by period costumed interpreters. The Mansion is filled with original furnishings and period antiques and the tour encompasses both the first and second floors of the historic structure. A century of Belle Meade's history is told through stories of the Harding and Jackson families and the skilled laborers who contributed to make Belle Meade Plantation one of America's premier Thoroughbred farms.
See two fabulous plantations - Oak Alley and Laura. Your guide's stories of the Antebellum South prepare you for a pilgrimage back in time. From the River Road we see and hear all about Whitney, Josephine, and Evergreen Plantations.
Explore another world in another time. Journey south from Boston to historic Plimoth Plantation where you will become part of the Pilgrims' 17th century world. Objects from the museum's collection are displayed in the Exhibit Gallery and an audio-visual presentation will give you a broad overview of the 1620 Plimoth Plantation. Time is provided to explore on your own at the waterfront area. You will also have the opportunity to view the Plymouth Rock, Mayflower II (admission included) or climb Cole's Hill.