Hope Plantation9 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: 132 Hope House Rd, Windsor, NC 27983, USA, United States
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-2527943140
- Tags: Historical Site, Family And Kids
You can go to the Historic Hope Plantation to spend a few hours with your travel companions. It is an old residential building where David Stone, the former governor of North Carolina used to reside. Built in the year 1803, the house still carries the old charm of the rural life of the late 18th and early 19th century. The family sitting room, the bedrooms, double hall, a large drawing room and a dining room in this house can be seen carrying a classic decoration of the old days. The library of this house carries a noticeable collection of books which are more than 1400 in number. The house gets toured by not only tourists but school and university students as well.
How to Reach Hope Plantation
- Rented car or taxi.
Hope Plantation Reviews & Ratings
A great historic place to visit with a visitor center and knowledgeable docents and volunteers. They do a great job presenting the 3 main cultural influences of eastern North Carolina and tie the subjects into a well blended presentation of the areas history. You can also rent the visitor center and grounds for events for a very reasonable price!
We had a wonderful visit to the plantation. Beautiful plantation, great tour, very knowlegeable docent Barbara and gentleman in the gift shop. Both also very nice. It was really nice that you could get up close to the artifacts and it wasn't all roped off. Southern hospitality at its best! 5 plus stars! Thank you for the great experience!
My husband and I visited the Hope Plantation in Windsor, NC today our tour guide was very knowledgeable as was the entire staff. It was like taking a trip back in history. Well worth the trip! Highly recommend it. The highlight of our trip to North Carolina thus far. Our thanks to the staff.
Very good lunch at a private birthday party for Royalty. She turned 95. Baked chicken, sweet potato pudding, macaroni cheese, ham, green beans, rice.
Filled with much history. Beautiful gardens and informative guides