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Rose Hill Plantation State Historic Site
Tour the Rose Hill Plantation House
Originally built in 1832 by South Carolina governor, William H. Gist, the Rose Hill Plantation State Historic Site now is dedicated to showcasing the rich history of Civil War era upcountry South Carolina.
The plantation was named a US National Register of Historic Places in 1960 and has been delighting tourists ever since.
Located just outside of Greenville, the plantation stretches over 44 acres of land, featuring many different attractions to behold.
Guests are encouraged to bring a lunch and enjoy the picnic shelter, or explore the one-and-one-quarter mile nature trail that runs throughout the park as well.
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