Conner W. McLeod
Talk to the interpreters and guides, they are a wealth of information. We went with a school trip in December. Dress appropriately for the weather, as there is a lot waking outdoors. The kids really enjoyed seeing the farm animals. They have picnic tables and a nice gift shop.
It was very nice. The employees who dress up and give tours are probably some of the most educated I've seen. They're really passionate about the history and great at answering questions. We went in the heat of the day and it was definitely very hot. I'd recommend going close to the morning. The gift shop has AC though if you get overheated. Very fun experience for the adults as well as the kids as young as 1. 5 stars well earned.
It was great. History at it's best. Walking trails barns animals. People spinning wool making apple butter. They are expanding and still working to restore. Great way to spend a day.
This was an awesome field trip! Great and entertaining for the kids and parents as well. Such a fantastic way to learn about our South Carolina history. I highly recommend!
Based on our experience today, what was actually a very slow Saturday by the looks of it, and the other comments here rating 5 stars. We received a warm welcome, the people reenacting in some houses were passionately explaining. Its not a huge place where you can spend multiple days discovering but it gives a good overall idea of life was back in the days