Redcliffe Plantation State Historic Site - Daily Tours

Take a guided tour with a Ranger at Redcliffe Plantation State Historic Site. Redcliffe Plantation, completed in 1859, was once the home of James Henry Hammond, three generations of his descendants, and numerous African-American families like the Henleys, Goodwins, and Wigfalls who worked at the site as enslaved laborers and later as free men and women. Just one of several historic plantations South Carolina is known for, Redcliffe provides a setting for exploring the experiences of the enslaved, as well as the larger institution of slavery and reflects the historical experiences and impact of the white and black families who lived and worked at the site. The extant slave quarters, mansion, and iconic lane of magnolia trees planted in 1861 serve to highlight the plantation’s rich and varied history. Redcliffe is currently offering “open house” style tours with limited access to the slave quarters and mansion.

 Guided Tours are available Thursday-Monday at 11, 1, and 3.

  • Park Address: 181 Redcliffe Rd, Beech Island, SC 29842
  • Park Phone Number: +1803-827-1473
  • Program Event Date: Tours Available 
  • Tour Times: Thursday-Monday at 11, 1, and 3.
  • Skill Level: Beginner
  • Age Requirement: 5 and older, minors must be accompanied by an adult who is also registered for the class
  • Meeting Place: Redcliffe Office
  • What to Bring: Comfortable Clothing. Participants may wear masks, but are not required to.
  • For more information about this park: Redcliffe Plantation State Historic Site 
  • Available for purchase at the park and online only; $5 per person (20 Maximum Participants)
  • Present emailed receipt to Park Ranger
  • Non-Refundable

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