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Northeast Coast Sights

Kingsley Plantation

  • 11676 Palmetto Ave. Map It
  • Fort George Island
  • House/Mansion/Villa

Updated 05/11/2015

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Built in 1792 by Zephaniah Kingsley, a landowner who produced Sea Island cotton, citrus, sugar cane, and corn with the aid of about 60 slaves, this is the oldest remaining cotton plantation in the state. The ruins of 23 tabby (a concretelike mixture of sand and crushed shells) slave houses, a barn, and the modest Kingsley home are open to the public via self-guided tours and reachable by bridge.

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11676 Palmetto Ave., Fort George Island, Florida, 32226, United States

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Sight Details:

  • Free
  • Daily 9–5; plantation house weekends only; call ahead for reservations

Updated 05/11/2015


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