Fodor's Expert Review Charles Pinckney National Historic Site

Mount Pleasant and Vicinity Free

This remnant of Charles Pinckney's 715-acre birthplace was winnowed down by development, but today the National Park Service uses archaeological findings to tell the story of the man who signed the U.S. Constitution and the people his family enslaved. While most structures linked to the site's history as a rice and indigo plantation no longer stand, an 1820s cabin erected after Pinckney's death is open to visitors, along with three buildings where enslaved people lived.

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1254 Long Point Rd.
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina  29464, USA


Sight Details:
Rate Includes: Free, Closed Mon. and Tues., Daily 9–5

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