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Welcome to. Redcliffe Plantation. Start Tour. See Tour Times and Admission Fees. Use the or at the bottom of the slide to move forward and backward. Look for the to learn additional information about family history, artifacts and more. To end the tour, simply close the window.

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Welcome to

Redcliffe Plantation

Start Tour

See Tour Times and Admission Fees


How to use this slide tour

How to use this slide tour:

Begin the Tour


Four generations of hammonds

Photo courtesy of South Caroliniana Library, USC forward and backward.

Photo courtesy of South Caroliniana Library, USC

Owners of Redcliffe 1855-1975

Four Generations of Hammonds

James Henry Hammond and Catherine Fitzsimons Hammond

1855-1873

Julia Hammond Richards and Henry Cumming Hammond

1916-1935

Harry Hammond and Emily Cumming Hammond

1873-1916

John Shaw Billings and Frederica Wade Billings

1935-1975

Click the portraits of each family member to see more information

Return to How to Use

Information about the Collection


Redcliffe s collection
Redcliffe’s Collection forward and backward.

  • Redcliffe’s collection consists of over 4000 original artifacts including all types of artifacts from photographs and painted portraits to silver and books and many things in between!

  • Some artifacts found their way to Redcliffe through family members who married into the Hammond family and some family members were antique collectors themselves.

  • While it is difficult to know who owned each object the chart below provides an overview of the collection:

Return to Hammond Families

Proceed to Magnolia Lane


Magnolia Lane was used as the original driveway leading to the east side of the mansion. Now closed to vehicular traffic, the lane is available as a short walking path for visitors.

Return to Collection Information

See the house


Back to Magnolia Lane the east side of the mansion. Now closed to vehicular traffic, the lane is available as a short walking path for visitors.

Enter the House View the Floor Plan


His and Her the east side of the mansion. Now closed to vehicular traffic, the lane is available as a short walking path for visitors.Bathrooms

Northeast Bedroom

SecondFloor Main Hall

Southeast Bedroom

Southwest Bedroom

Click on a room name to see the room. Click the in each room to find out more information about the specific artifacts. After viewing each room be sure to take a look at the workyard!

Work Yard

Back Porch

First Floor

Bedroom

Library

MainHall

Begin Your Tour Here

Dining Room

Parlor

Front Porch

First Floor

Second Floor

Front of House


His and Her the east side of the mansion. Now closed to vehicular traffic, the lane is available as a short walking path for visitors.Bathrooms

Northeast Bedroom

SecondFloor Main Hall

Southeast Bedroom

Southwest Bedroom

Click on a room name to see the room. Click the in each room to find out more information about the specific artifacts. After viewing each room be sure to take a look at the workyard!

Back Porch

Work Yard

First Floor

Bedroom

Library

MainHall

Dining Room

Parlor

Front Porch

First Floor

Second Floor

Front of House

View the Work Yard


1 the east side of the mansion. Now closed to vehicular traffic, the lane is available as a short walking path for visitors.st Floor Main Hall

Don’t forget to click on the in each room to find out information about the artifacts!

Back to Floor Plan


Parlor the east side of the mansion. Now closed to vehicular traffic, the lane is available as a short walking path for visitors.

Back to Floor Plan

See more of the Parlor


the east side of the mansion. Now closed to vehicular traffic, the lane is available as a short walking path for visitors.

Parlor

Back to Floor Plan

Previous view of Parlor


Library the east side of the mansion. Now closed to vehicular traffic, the lane is available as a short walking path for visitors.

Back to Floor Plan

See more of the Library


Library the east side of the mansion. Now closed to vehicular traffic, the lane is available as a short walking path for visitors.

Back to Floor Plan

Previous view of Library


First Floor Bedroom the east side of the mansion. Now closed to vehicular traffic, the lane is available as a short walking path for visitors.

Back to Floor Plan


Dining Room the east side of the mansion. Now closed to vehicular traffic, the lane is available as a short walking path for visitors.

Back to Floor Plan

See more of the Dining Room


Dining Room the east side of the mansion. Now closed to vehicular traffic, the lane is available as a short walking path for visitors.

Back to Floor Plan

Previous view of Dining Room


2 the east side of the mansion. Now closed to vehicular traffic, the lane is available as a short walking path for visitors.nd Floor Main Hall

Back to Floor Plan


Northeast Bedroom the east side of the mansion. Now closed to vehicular traffic, the lane is available as a short walking path for visitors.

Back to Floor Plan

See more of Northeast Bedroom


Northeast Bedroom the east side of the mansion. Now closed to vehicular traffic, the lane is available as a short walking path for visitors.

Back to Floor Plan

Previous view of Northeast Bedroom


Southeast Bedroom the east side of the mansion. Now closed to vehicular traffic, the lane is available as a short walking path for visitors.

Back to Floor Plan

See more of Southeast Bedroom


Southeast the east side of the mansion. Now closed to vehicular traffic, the lane is available as a short walking path for visitors.

Bedroom

Back to Floor Plan

Previous view of Southeast Bedroom


Seth thomas sons mantle clock
Seth Thomas & Sons Mantle Clock the east side of the mansion. Now closed to vehicular traffic, the lane is available as a short walking path for visitors.

This 1967 spelter mantle clock has an enameled metal face with Roman numerals. The case is decorated with lines and scrollwork. Two cast griffins form the handles. Mounted on the case’s top is a cast covered urn form.

An appraiser noted that originally the case would have had a bronze patina and also believed the top urn form to be a replacement.

Return to Southeast Bedroom


Southwest Bedroom the east side of the mansion. Now closed to vehicular traffic, the lane is available as a short walking path for visitors.

Back to Floor Plan


In 1935, Billings constructed a dividing wall in the original fourth bedroom to create two bathrooms. This is an example of one of those bathrooms which was very modern at the time.

His and Her Bathrooms

Back to Floor Plan


The work yard originally consisted of four slave quarters, a two-wing stables, cistern, kitchen, and wash house. Two of the original slave quarters structures remain. One slave quarters was converted into a carriage house and later became a garage for Billings. The cistern and one wing of the stables have also stayed intact.

Click on a below to look inside the stables and slave quarters and to learn more information about the garage, cistern, and kitchen.

Go back inside the house

Learn more about taking a tour of Redcliffe


To Work Yard two-wing stables, cistern, kitchen, and wash house. Two of the original slave quarters structures remain. One slave quarters was converted into a carriage house and later became a garage for Billings. The cistern and one wing of the stables have also stayed intact.

See Inside Stables


See Inside Slave Quarters two-wing stables, cistern, kitchen, and wash house. Two of the original slave quarters structures remain. One slave quarters was converted into a carriage house and later became a garage for Billings. The cistern and one wing of the stables have also stayed intact.

To Work Yard


two-wing stables, cistern, kitchen, and wash house. Two of the original slave quarters structures remain. One slave quarters was converted into a carriage house and later became a garage for Billings. The cistern and one wing of the stables have also stayed intact.

Exterior view of Slave Quarters

See 2nd room of slave quarters


Back to 1 two-wing stables, cistern, kitchen, and wash house. Two of the original slave quarters structures remain. One slave quarters was converted into a carriage house and later became a garage for Billings. The cistern and one wing of the stables have also stayed intact. st room of Slave Quarters

Learn about one of Redcliffe’s African American families

Directly Back to Work yard


Learn more about the Garage two-wing stables, cistern, kitchen, and wash house. Two of the original slave quarters structures remain. One slave quarters was converted into a carriage house and later became a garage for Billings. The cistern and one wing of the stables have also stayed intact.

To Work Yard


Thanks for taking our online tour! two-wing stables, cistern, kitchen, and wash house. Two of the original slave quarters structures remain. One slave quarters was converted into a carriage house and later became a garage for Billings. The cistern and one wing of the stables have also stayed intact.

We hope you'll visit soon!

Redcliffe Plantation State Historic Site

Open Thursday - Monday

Grounds open at 9:00 am and close at 5:00 pm

(6:00 pm during Daylight Savings Time)

The Mansion is open to the public for house tours at 1:00, 2:00 and 3:00 pm

Admission to the grounds is free.

House tour admission:

Adults $4.00

Students (6-16 year olds) $3.00

SC Seniors $2.50

Questions or comments: Please contact us at 803-827-1473 or email us at [email protected]

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