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The Hopsewee Plantation was built in 1740, and was also the birthplace of Thomas Lynch, Jr., one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. Though it is a private residence, this National Historic Landmark is open for guided tours Tuesday to Saturday. Informative docents guide different tours such as The Attic to Cellar which explores the main house, its custom woodwork, period furnishings, and art, and the Gullah Geechee tour which explores a slave cabin and the experiences of enslaved Africans and the Gullah Geechee people. Relax afterwards with an elegant southern tea or lunch in the River Oak Cottage Tea Room. Reservations recommended.
494 Hopsewee Rd
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