The visitor center is located in a Lowcountry farmhouse dated to circa 1828, after the Pinckney era. The museum exhibits are self-guiding with park staff available for interpretive services. A 20-minute orientation video is shown on request. Educational programs tailored for students and adults are offered throughout the year. Advance reservations for educational programs are required.
Did You Know?
Only 28 acres of Charles Pinckey's 715-acre Snee Farm plantation remains undeveloped. The Friends of Historic Snee Farm, Inc. saved the property from developers and donated it to the National Park Service. Charles Pinckney National Historic Site, SC