Historic Latta Plantation
Founded around 1800, the 1,343-acre Historic Latta Plantation in Huntersville, North Carolina, was originally a cotton plantation.
Here are a few more interesting facts about the Historic Latta Plantation:
- The Historic Latta Plantation offers guided and self-guided tours that takes visitors around the grounds and eleven outbuildings.
- Guided tours are first come, first serve. The Plantation advises that visitors arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start of a guided tour.
- By exploring, visitors have the opportunity to learn and get a grasp of what life was like in the early to mid 1800s in North Carolina.
- In addition to exploring the grounds, visitors have the opportunity to participate in a variety of educational and school programs, such as workshops and re-enactments.
- The Historic Latta Plantation is full of gorgeous scenery and rich history, which is why they offer special events packages.
- After exploring, visitors can check out the Visitor Center’s Gift Shop where they can purchase toys, books, artisan goods, and a variety of other merchandise.
- It is open to visitors Tuesday through Sunday.
- The site is closed during all major holidays, such as New Year’s Eve, 4th of July, and Thanksgiving Day.
- Admission prices vary upon age. Children ages five and under, as well as members, are free.
Charlotte Water Filtration to the Historic Latta Plantation is a 24-min, 15-mile drive via I-77 N and Beatties Ford Rd.
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