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Kingsley Plantation

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Kingsley Plantation is the oldest surviving plantation house in Florida. Zephanaiah Kingsley and his African wife Anna moved to Ft. George Island in 1814. Visit us this February for the Kingsley Heritage Celebration!
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Kalyan
Kalyan
January 31, 2020
The 1814 plantation house and its surrounding structures, all preserved by the National Park Service, shed light on a different era in the South. Make time to explore the unique tabby houses, built and inhabited by the Plantation’s slaves.
Heidi
Heidi
June 19, 2016
Tour the old home and other plantation structures on beautiful Fort George Island.
Cindy
Cindy
November 24, 2012
a real hsitorical gem- if you're in the area this is one place i highly recommend you don't miss. its amazing- take the Ferry and explore
Mark
Mark
July 8, 2020
Located on the Fort George Island marsh side, Kingsley Plantation plays a large role in Florida’s complicated history. The 1814 plantation house and its surrounding structures, all preserved by the National Park Service, shed light on a different era in the South. Make time to explore the unique…
Kristin
Kristin
August 23, 2015
Beautiful plantation on the water. Enjoy Talbot Island while you are there.
Trinny
Trinny
December 12, 2020
This astonishing (and free) historic site on Fort George Island can be explored solo, but the informative audio tour is the way to go if you really want to get the most out of the experience.
Wanda And Larry
Wanda And Larry
September 13, 2020
It is located at the northern tip of Fort George Island at Fort George Inlet, and is part of the Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve managed by the U.S. National Park Service.
Connie Jo
Connie Jo
July 15, 2016
One of Jacksonville's most interesting stories...
Joan And Joe
Joan And Joe
December 11, 2020
Visit the grounds and buildings of a sea island plantation, just 20 minutes south of Amelia Island in northeast Florida. According to the National Park Service, the Kingsley Plantation house, constructed in 1798, “is the oldest planter’s residence still standing in Florida.”

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Standort
11676 Palmetto Ave
Jacksonville, FL 32226
Telefonnummer+1 904-251-3537
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