A Forgotten Founder

Charles Pinckney was a principal author and signer of the United States Constitution, and went on to be a political leader in South Carolina for over 40 years. The park preserves Snee Farm, one of his plantation properties, where visitors can learn about the politician's influences on Charleston, the African people he enslaved, plantation operations, and the legacy of Pinckney's life.

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Visit the Site

Plan Your Visit to Historic Snee Farm.

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Snee Farm

Learn about rice and indigo, the primary cash crops of the Lowcountry (Photo: NPS/ N. Boyd)

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Junior Ranger Programs

Visitors of all ages can become a Junior Ranger at Charles Pinckney National Historic Site through special activities.

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Learn about educational field trips

Contact the park to find out what activities are available for school groups visiting Charles Pinckney National Historic Site.

Last updated: July 29, 2022

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Sullivan's Island , SC 29482


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