Explore Pendleton’s Historic Woodburn Plantation House

If you’re looking for a unique and informative experience, then look no further than the historic Woodburn Plantation House in Pendleton, South Carolina. Not only is it listed on the National Register of Historic Places, but it’s also a site on the SC National Heritage Corridor. This four-story clapboard plantation house was built in 1830 by Charles Cotesworth Pinckney and offers visitors the chance to explore its home and replica slave cabin and carriage house.


The 12 acres surrounding this impressive home are open for reservation only, so be sure to call or email in advance. Once you’ve made your reservation, you can explore the historic home itself by taking a guided tour and learn about its rich history. You can also take a leisurely stroll down the nature trail and observe local wildlife while immersing yourself in nature’s beauty. The Woodburn Plantation House also offers special events throughout the year such as lectures on history, musical performances, and children’s field trips that provide an educational experience for all ages. The Plantation and grounds can also be booked for weddings and special events.


Visiting the Woodburn Plantation House offers an educational and entertaining opportunity for locals and tourists alike to get an up close view of South Carolina’s history. Through guided tours, special events, hands-on activities, and nature trails, visitors can explore this historic site with ease while learning about its past. Whether you’re looking for a casual afternoon out with friends or a day full of learning opportunities for all ages, this is definitely worth visiting! Click here for more information regarding reservations and events at the Woodburn Plantation House!

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