Was not able to see the last trip to HHI due to hurricane damage. Once they get that fixed up it is worth the hunt to find as it gives a nice perspective of how it was before...
If you go to Harbour Town this is just a few minutes away. Really not much to see, but if you're interested in history it's worth a quick stop. The foundation of a former slave shack and little more than that of the owners house, a bit of syone wall and windiw spaces.
This is an interesting attraction. The ruins are not extensive but the interpretive signs are well done. It is free and a good way to spend a half hour learning about the early history of H.H. Island.
Only two foundations with story boards to show what the buildings might have looked like in the mid 19th century. Quite interesting, but leaves you longing for more.
it was neat, and pretty cool to look at, bummer that they now so little and can't know exactly what each building was. Was expecting more, but it's a quick stop, even if you take your time and read everything and look at everything there is to see, Bring bug spray!
The grounds around the plantation house is very pretty. There really isn't a lot to see her however. Remnants of one plantation house and foundations of a couple additional structures. It was interesting reading about Baynard and his wealth.
This is a quick side trip on your way through Sea Pines, but worth a stop if you like history. The ruins give you a good idea of what once stood there and what life was like.
The isolation of this early plantation was most interesting. A step back in time seeing the "slave" quarters, separation of cooking area, etc. The original home must have been huge!
Not much to see and no real historical background information to justify the visit in the woods. Easy to find. Bring your bug spray or you will get eaten up by mosquitos.