Wheatlands Plantation was established by Revolutionary War Veteran Timothy Chandler and his son John Chandler in 1791. Site of the Battle of Boyd,s Creek. This Historic Landmark has the original Smoke House, Summer Kitchen, Loom House, slave grave yard and the 1825 Federal Brick Mansion.
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$10.00 per person
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Tour Hours are Thursday thru Sunday 11:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Or you may call for an appointment to view the Plantation and grounds.
The Plantation is usually closed Monday thru Wednesday for maintenance, but if you are in town please give us a phone call and we can make arrangements for a tour. Wheatlands is open for special holidays call to check our schedule.
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