"Drayton Hall is the oldest unrestored plantation house in America open to the public. It stands alone as the only authentic survivor of the Ashley River's colonial past - intact and in near-original condition. Renowned for it Palladian-inspired architecture and undisturbed, historic landscape, Drayton Hall is a living timetable representing centuries of change and continuity in the American South."
Credit: National Trust for Historic Presentation brochure distributed during tour. To learn more about
Drayton Hall, go here.
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