A historic plantation known for its picturesque Avenue of Oaks and role in the American Revolution.
Famous for its stunning oak-lined entrance and beautifully preserved antebellum architecture.
The plantation of Thomas Jefferson, the third U.S. President, known for its neoclassical design and significant historical importance.
One of the oldest plantations in the South, featuring beautiful gardens, swamp tours, and a rich history.
A grand Vanderbilt mansion with stunning gardens and a winery, capturing the essence of the Gilded Age.
A stunning example of Greek Revival architecture with 64 rooms and extensive grounds.
The plantation and home of George Washington, the first U.S. President, offering insights into his life and the history of the early republic.
Known for its stunning gardens and as a National Historic Landmark, it showcases the grandeur of the antebellum era.
Famous for its thoroughbred racehorses, this plantation offers a glimpse into Southern hospitality and the horse racing industry.
The former home of President Andrew Jackson, known as the "People's President," with preserved buildings, gardens, and a museum.