Charles Pinckney National Historic Site

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Part of the country estate of Charles Pinckney, drafter and signer of the Constitution, and a museum interpreting the lives and relationships of … See more

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May 28, 2024
Ranger Andrew was super knowledgeable and friendly. Displays were engaging and informative. We did not know about Charleston’s rice history, and learned a bit there. Grounds have some walking trails,… Full review by SweetTooth777
May 17, 2024
Nice Historical site. We walked through the exhibits onsite and walked the walking paths. There is no fee, which is nice. Wish they would have had more info on his mother - who was before her time… Full review by Kari R
Mar 24, 2024
It's a fine visit for dedicated NPS fans, but otherwise not really worth the time. The house was closed for our visit, though we didn't miss much because (1) there really isn't anything original abo… Full review by Hatzlacha

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Visitors:45,254 (2011)

Questions & answers

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Is there a restaurant on site
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No restaurant on site. But there are numerous restaurants nearby.
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How long should I plan for for this place.
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A visit can be completed in, at the outside, two to three hours. How long the visit takes will depend on how many of the available videos you wish to see (I watched two of the …
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A visit can be completed in, at the outside, two to three hours. How long the visit takes will depend on how many of the available videos you wish to see (I watched two of the three that were available when I was there); how much of the grounds you wish to walk and any difficulty you have in walking; and how closely you read the displays. (I should note that when I was there in November 2018, I was told by a Ranger that plans to make revisions to the exhibits were in place. I cannot imagine changes affecting my answer much).
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Hello, is there RV parking?
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There is not a large parking area, but the drive makes a large-enough loop that I can imagine an RV parked along one of the sides would have adequate space. I would suggest a …
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There is not a large parking area, but the drive makes a large-enough loop that I can imagine an RV parked along one of the sides would have adequate space. I would suggest a direct call to the site seeking details: 843-881-5516
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