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This beautiful plantation represents the history and culture of Georgia’s rice coast. In the early 1800s, William Brailsford of Charleston carved a rice plantation from marshes along the Altamaha River. The plantation and its inhabitants were part...more
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If you’re looking for the traditional southern plantation with impressive columns, a Gone with the Wind kind of place, this is not it.
About the plantation- you purchase your tickets at their visitor center. The price is very reasonable - $8 for adults. They show...More
The story itself is fascinating and I want to learn more. I'm sorry but the guide in the house was not very good. Most tours don't leave you with more questions than answers; however, the good news there is that I want to learn more...More
Good museum and introductory video. There is another video in the museum itself that depicts the horrible conditions of life on the plantation. Ranger Andy is not just a tour guide but rather a gifted storyteller. The original items belonging to the plantation owners are...More
We arrived early, walked around some, then took the 10:00 tour. The tour itself was very good. Our guide was excellent and knew everything about the very interesting family. The house you tour is air-conditioned and very authentic. The woman who mans the desk inside...More
Visited Rice plantation for the first time! Wonderful surprise. The old charm of the house and the unique oak trees are quite amazing. Ranger Andy was great- he gave a tour and told us the history of the home. Would highly recommend visiting this tourist...More
our friends were in town and we decided to tour this planation----wow is all I can say.
Rice was king and the history behind the pre-civil era was interesting.
The plantation has a great narrator/guide who has worked there over 25+ years. The ranger in...More
Went with a group for an after hours event and what an amazing time! Staff was easy to work with and ready to welcome us! They had mosquito spray and were so attentive to details! I would highly recommend them for a group outing or...More
Went with a large group on an evening tour of the plantation. We did get some activity. The staff and volunteers were absolutely amazing and very knowledgeable of the history. They made us feel welcome and we had a great time with them.
When you exit your vehicle you feel that you have walked back in time. The location has been preserved and is amazing. The property is beautiful and the guides are extremely knowledgeable about the entire plantation.
I cannot say enough how much I thoroughly enjoyed...More