Charles Pinckney National Historic Site - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
About Charles Pinckney National Historic Site
The Charles Pinckney National Historic Site is a unit of the United States National Park Service, preserving a portion of Charles Pinckney's Snee Farm plantation and country retreat. It is a place that was blessed with natural beauty and is one of the main attractions in Charleston county.
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Attractions Near Charles Pinckney National Historic Site
Boone Hall Plantation & Gardens
1.38km from Charles Pinckney National Historic Site
This is one of America's oldest working plantations, continually growing crops for over 320 years. The plantation includes a large Colonial Revival plantation house, a number of slave cabins or cottages, several flower gardens and more.
1.56km from Charles Pinckney National Historic Site
Mount Pleasant is a large suburban town in Charleston County. It is the fourth largest municipality and largest town in South Carolina, and for several years was one of the state's fastest-growing area.
Isle of Palms
8.86km from Charles Pinckney National Historic Site
Isle of Palms is a barrier island on the South Carolina coast. The city is included within the Charleston-North Charleston-Summerville metropolitan area and the Charleston-North Charleston Urbanized Area. It is an affluent community of both vacation homeowners and year-round residents, with large beachfront homes, resorts, and local restaurants. Beach volleyball is popular in the summer, and the "Windjammer" club hosts several tournaments throughout the year.
9.05km from Charles Pinckney National Historic Site
Sullivan's Island is a town and island in Charleston County. Sullivan's Island was the point of entry for approximately 40 percent of the 400,000 enslaved Africans brought to British North America; it has been likened to Ellis Island, the 19th-century reception point for immigrants in New York City. During the American Revolution, the island was the site of a major battle at Fort Sullivan on June 28, 1776, since renamed Fort Moultrie in honor of the American commander at the battle.
Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge
9.68km from Charles Pinckney National Historic Site
Also known as the Ravenel Bridge which is a cable-stayed bridge over the Cooper River in South Carolina, USA, connecting downtown Charleston to Mount Pleasant. It was the third longest cable-stayed bridges in the Western Hemisphere.
9.8km from Charles Pinckney National Historic Site
Patriot's Point was a pre-war historical site which hosted a mock military base. It is now home for three museum ships which has a lot of exhibits which says about the past and is one of the famous landmark in the Charleston county.
Discover More Attractions in Charleston County, Home of Charles Pinckney National Historic Site
Charleston County is located in the U.S. state of South Carolina along the Atlantic coast. It was the third-most populous county in South Carolina.