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The sun glistens through Spanish moss, which drapes a three-quarter-mile corridor of 265-year-old oak trees as you enter the property. Stroll down the Avenue, explore the Gullah culture, let a tram ride take you through the plantation, tour the mansion and more. “An absolute must-see stop on any trip to Charleston,” says NBC Daytime. Admission: $12-24; free to kids under age 6. Until Jan. 1, 2018, open M-Sa 9 am-5 pm, Su noon-5 pm.