Choose from Three Options
- $7 for historic architecture tour for one ($18 value)
- $14 for historic architecture tour for two ($36 value)
- $26 for historic architecture tour for four ($72 value)
Built in 1849, Edgewood Plantation represents a slice of the Civil War era, replete with history, gothic architecture, and pampering services. The house served as a lookout post for Confederate generals during the war and hosted Confederate General J.E.B. Stuart on a coffee break. In the past, the house was part of the larger Berkeley Plantation, the ancestral home of President William Henry Harrison whose presidency narrowly beat out the life-span of a fruit fly in terms of longevity.
More recently, the Ghost Hunters TV show investigated the home in search of a spirit awaiting her long-lost love. Tours of the plantation point out dramatic examples of period architecture and tell stories of the home’s historic and haunted past. If you’re staying in one of the on-site rooms, avoid the ghosts and instead enjoy the lavish canopy beds, in ground pool, and aromatherapy massages.