Boone Hall Plantation Tour
BOONE HALL TOUR
Your Tour Includes
Door-to- Door Chauffeur Limo Service
Personal Tour Facilitator
Free Bottled Water
Free Snack Basket
Bug Spray & Sunscreen
Black History in America
Guided House Tour
Slave Street and History Talk
Exploring the Gullah Culture (Visitor Favorite)
Plantation Coach Tour
The Butterfly Café and Gift Shop
Stop by Charles Pinckney National Historic Site
Slave Cabin Tour
Butterfly Pavilion (Seasonal)
Cotton Dock and Gardens
WHAT IS NOT INCLUDED!
*We reserve the right to combine groups of 8 or less into a larger group
Taking a stroll through Boone Hall Plantation with Crafted Travel will create lasting memories and provoke your interest in one of Charleston’s finest locations. And for an individual price of $150, it’s hard to find a better deal anywhere else for a 5-hour event. Once the festivities begin, two local craft beers will be provided to all tour participants. A Charleston Limo Bus package, priced at a modest rate, is also available. It’s a great investment that adds an extra boost so that you can get even more out of your experience. This package includes bottled water, snacks, and a quality sound system with strobe and limousine lighting.
If you’re wondering why you might want to visit Boone Hall Plantation, there are many possible answers. Boone Hall has been heralded as the most photographed plantation in all of Charleston, and it features a gracing display of colonial oak trees known as the “Avenue of Oaks.” These trees are loved for their captivating beauty and encompassing shade. As listed in the above column, you can select two activities such as a Slave Cabin Tour or a stop by the Plantation Gardens. Best of all, you will be treated to a fresh Lowcountry meal served at the Butterfly Café, which is included in the purchasing price. In addition to the endless list of amenities and points of interest, Boone Hall has a storied connection to the early history of Charleston—with a lineage tracing to the slave trade—that helped form the city into what it is today.
Boone Hall Plantation is one of America’s oldest functioning plantations, and it earned the title by continually growing crops for over three-hundred years. It was listed on the federal government’s National Register of Historic Places in 1983. The property contains many points of significance, including numerous slave cabins and cottages. Ownership of the property has cycled from the hands of a Canadian family to a Georgian prince—all adding a personalized touch that makes Boone Hall so unique. Since 1995, it has been operated by the McRae family, who have focused on preserving the original structures and gardens.
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Leave the tour planning to our professional travel guides. You will be in for a stellar experience at a living, breathing piece of Charleston history with this private tour. And with a top-rated door-to-door limo service—from a limousine bus upgrade to luxury model sedans—it’s more convenient than ever to soak in the richness of the Holy City in comfort and style. Check out the full line of our fleet and read through hundreds of positive reviews from Crafted Travel’s satisfied clientele. Don't forget to check out our Frequently Asked Questions section to find answers to our most common inquiries.