Charles Pinckney National Historic Site

Charles Pinckney National Historic Site

Located in Mount Pleasant, Charleston County, SC.

1254 Long Point Road
Mount Pleasant, SC


Charles Pinckney National Historic Site web site

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This historic site has been established to interpret Charles Pinckney's role in the development of the United States Constitution, his plantation, and the transition of the United States from a group of colonies into a nation. Twenty-eight acres of the original 715-acre plantation, known as Snee Farm, are preserved in this park. A number of walking paths allow you to explore this wondrous place.


Features and Facilities

Public Restrooms

  • Yes

Hours of Operation

  • 9:00a-5:00 every day except certain holidays

Admission or Parking Fee

  • Free

How to Get There

  • Take I-526 to the Long Point Road exit in Mount Pleasant, SC and go east on Long Point Road (#97) 3.8 kilometers (2.4 miles). The entrance is on the right.

Latitude 32.84633, Longitude -79.82359 [PK166]

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