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This will be a fun and educational experience for families to experience the lifestyle of the antebellum era at Boone Hall.

On Sunday, December 2nd from 1pm to 5pm, Boone Hall will be hosting “Wine Under the Oaks”.

On the National Register of Historic Places, Boone Hall Plantation is famous for its three-quarter mile lined avenue of oaks dating back to 1743.

The 90 live oaks create an enchanting canopy leading to the plantation’s main building.

During the month of October, Boone Hall Farm hosts its annual Pumpkin Patch.

“There is not really anything like this in Europe," said Farjon of High Park's significance.

"There are 22 sites of great importance in England, and Blenheim Palace is right at the top of this.

Attractions include the Asylum, Chaos and Quarantine “The Outbreak”, the Terror Trail Haunted Hayride and Little Amy’s Nightmare in 3D. This year commemorates the 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Secessionville.

November 10th and 11th Boone Hall will host its annual Re-enactment of this famous battle.

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