Rose Hill Plantation State Historic Site

2677 Sardis Rd.
Union, SC 29379- Map It
(864) 427-5966

AAA Editor Notes

Rose Hill Plantation State Historic Site is on 44 acres 8 mi. s.w. via US 176 to 2677 Sardis Rd. The former site of secessionist Gov. William Henry Gist's cotton plantation, the park includes the governor's early 19th-century mansion, which features the original wooden-peg staircase, large period furnishings and some family clothing and belongings. The landscaped grounds offer gardens, nature trails and magnolia trees planted when the mansion was built. Guided tours are available. Pets on leash are allowed. Picnicking is permitted. Time: Allow 30 minutes minimum.
Park free. Mansion $5; $4 (ages 6-15); $3 (S.C. residents ages 65+ with ID).
Hours: Park open daily 9-6. Guided mansion tours are given daily at 11, 1 and 3, Mar.-Oct.; Thurs.-Mon. at 11, 1 and 3, rest of year. Mansion closed Thanksgiving and Christmas.