Redcliffe Plantation House Museum

181 Redcliffe RD

Beech Island, SC 29842

Phone: (803) 827-1473

City: Beech Island

Region: Midlands

Redcliffe Plantation House Museum

Completed in 1859, Redcliffe’s Greek-Revival mansion was the home of James Henry Hammond and three generations of his descendants. Hammond, whose political career included terms as a United States congressman, governor of South Carolina, and United States senator, was perhaps best known during his lifetime as an outspoken defender of slavery and states’ rights. The grounds are ideal for weddings and receptions. Contact the park for availability and rates.

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