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Some materials used in preserving the house are historically inaccurate and cheap, taking away from the home's beauty, but only if you notice and care about the fine details. Tour quality is spotty too (some too short and not enough information provided for the ticket price), depending on your guide. But workers still seem passionate about history and the property, and the gardens are lovely.
Marissa Schrader, 2 years ago
The tour guide was very knowledge of not only the plantation but the surrounding Charlotte area. She answered questions and also gave a great history. I was most impressed with her ability to speak of the enslaved with great respect.
Bett Horn, 2 years ago
Very interesting. Gardens could be a real centerpiece if someone spent one hour a week weeding them.
Ira Gershenhorn, 2 years ago
Enjoyed the tour and our tour guide. Interesting piece of Charlotte history right in the middle of town. Construction made it a little less enjoyable, but still well worth doing!
Ray Otstott, 2 years ago
This place was awesome. Jeff, our tour guide, was the bomb! He had a nice personality, seemed passionate about the plantation, very informative, and had a likable sense of humor. (It probably helped that we were the only ones on the tour, but, still...) It was great to be able to go into each and every room and touch and feel the artifacts. The stories of the residents from years past were interesting and intriguing. Again, Jeff was amazing, this site was intriguing, and the grounds were lovely. I highly recommend this site to any locals or visitors.
Mary Ann Kost, 2 years ago
2210 North Tryon Street, Charlotte, North Carolina 28206
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