Historic Hope Plantation
Located near Windsor, NC, the plantation complex offers unique insights into the late 18th- and 19th-century rural life in eastern North Carolina and the South.
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Tour the authentically furnished c. 1803 Historic Hope Plantation, home of Governor David Stone, the 1763 King-Blazemore House, and the Samuel Cox House. Walk the plantation grounds and the Hope Forest nature trails. The modern Roanoke-Chowan Heritage Center features regional exhibits and annual celebrations of Native American and African-American heritage.
The Hope Plantation is located four miles from Windsor on NC 308. Call (252) 794-3140 for information. Admission is charged. Bertie County school children admitted free.
See the Life at a Federal Plantation Teacher’s Workbook for eighth grade social studies and Life at a Federal Plantation Teacher’s Workbook for fourth grade. Both have instructions for touring Hope Plantation as well as lesson plans and activities.View Larger Map