Plantation Tours in the South Carolina Lowcountry

Plantation Tours in the South Carolina LowCountry

“The Plantation Tours in Georgetown, South Carolina is a yearly event you will not want to miss. I went last year with a group of friends and clients and had a blast! I am sure you will enjoy it too! ” ~ Troi Kaz


It’s the most wonderful time of the year in the South Carolina lowcountry! It’s time for the 70th Annual Prince George Plantation & Town House Tours in Georgetown, South Carolina. The two day event, (Friday, March 31st and Saturday, April 1st  2017) is hosted by the Women of Prince George Parish in Georgetown, South Carolina. 

Ticket sales end Friday, March 17, so visit the Prince George Plantation Tour Website now and get your tickerts. 
Here’s the link
Chicora Wood Plantation

Every year people come from all over South Carolina and beyond to experience the beauty of the historic plantations and get a glimpse into the lives of these once wealthy plantation owners.  

Friday’s schedule is full of gorgeous plantations along the Santee River, a few in Pawleys Island, just to the north, plus beautiful town homes in the historic district of the charming seaport community of Georgetown.  

Friday, March 31, 2017
1. Prince George Winyah Church

Prince George Episcopal Parish

2. Prince Frederick Summer Chapel

3. Exchange Plantation

4. Chicora Wood Plantation

5. Arundel Plantation

6. Black River House   (G)

7. Mansfield Plantation  (G)

8. Rosemont Plantation

9. Friendfield Village at Hobcaw Barony

10. Arcadia Plantation  (G)

11. Barrow House

12. All Saints Church, Waccamaw Old Church & Churchyard

13. Litchfield Plantation

14. Calk-Havens Atelier

15. Crafton-Kerwon House

16. Winyah Indigo Society Hall

Saturday will feature plantations along the Black River, PeeDee River and Waccamaw River. Plus a new selection of homes in the historic district of downtown Georgetown have been added to the list. Saturday, April 1, 2017

1. Prince George Winyah Church

2. Santee Gun Club / Santee Coastal Reserve

3. Hampton Plantation

4. Rice Hope Plantation

5. Millbrook Plantation


6. Estherville Plantation

7. Belle Isle Plantation & Battery White

8. Henry Cuttino House

9.Charlotte J. Atkinson House

10. Charlotte Ann Allston House

11. Winyah Indigo Society Hall 

(G) indicates Grounds Only

Winyah Indigo Society

At the end of each day, visitors are invited to join the ladies of Prince George Parish for tea at the historic Winyah Indigo Society Hall from 3:30 – 5:30. 

Get your tickets today, and have a great time! 

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