Historic Snee Farm
The site is a 28-acre remnant of Charles Pinckney's Snee Farm, a rice and indigo plantation that once fed the Charleston and International markets. The site is home to an 1828 Lowcountry coastal cottage that serves as a museum and visitor center. Park grounds boast ornamental gardens and towering canopies of live oak and Spanish moss. Exhibits tell the story of Charles Pinckney and his contributions to the U.S. Constitution, of the United States as a young and emerging nation, and of 18th century plantation life for free and enslaved people through the history of Snee Farm inhabitants.
Visiting the Park
Visitors can enjoy films, exhibits, archaeology displays, walking the grounds and nature trail, picnicking, photography, Jr. Ranger programs, and ranger programs when scheduled. Basic Information about the site and Directions are available.
Do not hesitate to contact the park with your questions!
All visitors should read the safety rules before visiting.
We hope you enjoy your visit!
Last updated: March 4, 2018