For many historical places access via wheelchair is not an option. They have a ramp to the first floor attractions which is much of the tour. The outside paths are small gravel or concrete so also ok for a higher level wheelchair user. The wine tasting is very brief and hurried, they really could improve on this aspect. The museum does a good job including the enslaved workers as part of the story and is attempting to gather the history of the workers that made the plantation successful .
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