The Oaks Plantation History and Nature Tour
Walk with an interpreter and hear about the history of the prominent Alston family here in colonial and antebellum eras. Visit the location of the plantation house, the Alston family cemetery, grounds of the slave village, and other archaeological sites. Along the trail, you will also see the natural beauty of a protected Long Leaf Pine forest. Due to its remote location transportation is by mini-bus. Daily at 1 p.m., and 3 p.m. Tickets are $8 for adults and $4 for children, in addition to garden admission. Purchase tickets at the Wall Lowcountry Center at least 10 minutes before tour time. Excursions last approximately 1.5 hours.

The Oaks History and Nature Trail - beginning Satuday, March 18, 2017

Winner of the South Carolina's Heritage Tourism Award, The Oaks Plantation History and Nature Trail brings to life an important element of history. Along a 1.5 mile natural walking trail, read interpretive panels and learn about the story of The Oaks Plantation. See archaeological sites of the plantation house and slave areas.Transportation to The Oaks Plantation History and Nature Trail is only by mini-bus and departs daily at 11 am outside the Wall Lowcountry Center. Tickets are $8 per person, in addition to garden admission, and must be purchased at the Lowcountry Center at least 15 minutes prior to departure.