Woodburn Historic House

January 29, 2016 | Austin Canfield
Last updated on April 14, 2016

Built in 1830 with a gracious southern wrap-around porch, this 19th century plantation home is furnished with antebellum antiques and family artifacts. The 10-acre site has three outbuildings and there is a walking trail along a historic farm road to the plantation barn. Woodburn Plantation was the summer home of Charles Cotesworth Pinkney, close friend and associate of John C. Calhoun. A reproduction of the Adger carriage house contains Thomas Green Clemson’s traveling coach and a Conestoga wagon.

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Carriage House Outbuilding

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Historic Cabin and Herb Garden

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Slave Cabin Replica

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1800s Period Furniture Throughout the Woodburn House

The Woodburn House is open for general tours on the weekends during the spring and summer months. Be sure to call and verify if the house is open. Private tours can be scheduled throughout the year.

$6/adult and $2/children (5-10)

Watch the Woodburn House Preview video (produced by Anderson Lights of Hope)

130 History Ln
Pendleton, SC 29670

Phone: (864) 207-0705

Official Website