Poplar Grove Plantation3 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 04:30 pm]
- Address: 10200 US-17, Wilmington, NC 28411, USA, Topsail, United States
- Timings: 09:30 am - 04:30 pm Details
- Phone: +1-9106869518
- Tags: Historical Site, Family And Kids
Poplar Grove Plantation is a historical place and a peanut plantation. This venue covers a huge area of land. The surrounding is very beautiful. You can explore on your own through the plantation or you can take help of guides. This venue is also used for hosting different private parties. The environment is serene and you will enjoy the time you spend here. You can spend as much time as you want exploring through this beautiful plantation. You can visit Poplar Grove Plantation to have a wonderful experience.
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Poplar Grove Plantation Reviews & Ratings
Really liked the paranormal experience except wedding going on at same time took away from the experience somewhat. Also the covering of actual graves seems a little over the top to me but we did enjoy it. But if we go back will make sure no wedding party will be going on as well.
Poplar Grove Plantation is beautiful and one of the most interesting places to go. I love the plantation house. I've toured the house several times during the years and it never disappoints. I like that the plantation is having amazing events now too. We went to the food truck round up and had an amazing Saturday. Dogs are welcome too! Just need more events and I'll be here every weekend.
Thoroughly enjoyed our informative tour with Chrissy! The gift shop has interesting articles too. The family could perhaps have kept a replica of the slave quarters for historical accuracy. Looks like a wonderful venue for a wedding!! Will definitely return with family and friends! Thank you!!
Nice nature trail to walk. The farmer's market is varied and fun... I purchase arts, jewelry, produce & baked goods while there. Also they offer several festivals each year. I love it.
Great home and grounds. Our tour guide, Kim, did an excellent job explaining the family history and life on the plantation. The grounds also has a basket gallery, stables, tenant farmer home, blacksmith shop and another building that explains peanut growing and harvest. In the basket gallery they have volunteers who make baskets and show the many varieties of baskets used on the plantation. There are also homemade baskets that you can purchase. It was a wonderful visit.