Charles Pinckney National Historic Site

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One of the principal authors and signers of the U.S. Constitution, Pinckney was also one of South Carolina's most influential political leaders and for whom Charleston was named. This landmark preserves the Snee Farm plantation. The 28 acres were a rice and indigo plantation, now used for park exhibits, archaeological displays, and nature trails. (Submitted by Allen Von Plinsky)

Member Photos

House/museum is currently closed for the season. But the grounds are still a beautiful walk
Rare, and historically accurate 9 over 9 window panes on the front porch