Please note that Historic Encounters, and both Jr. Farm Camps are now full. The Patriot side is full for the Rev. War Camp as is the Federal side for the July Civil War Camp .
Historic Latta Plantation is a circa 1800 cotton plantation and living history farm, located within Latta Plantation Nature Preserve. Tours of the Latta home are guided, and tours of the grounds are self-guided.

School groups are on site daily during the school year. When large groups are on site, visitors may be asked to join those groups in lieu of a guided house tour. On weekdays during the months of September-May the first Guided House Tour will usually begin at 1:00. For more information on tour times, please see the Plan Your Visit page of our website or call ahead at 704-875-2312 (please note we are closed all Mondays throughout the year and all major holidays).

Upcoming Events

World War Two Re-enactment April 30th & May 1st (10am-4pm)
World War Two Battle Reenactment, twice each day at 11am and 2:00pm. Food vendors, live music, living history exhibits and more! Admission: $8 Adults, $7 Seniors/Students, Children 5 & Under are FREE
More information to come.

Civil War Battle Re-enactment June 4th & 5th (10am-4pm)
Living history exhibits, ladies antebellum tea, sutlers, food vendors, and a battle re-enactment each day at 2:00pm. Admission: $8 Adults, $7 Seniors, Children 5 & Under are FREE.
More information to come.

Medicinal Remedies Home School Day May 12th (10am-2pm)
This home school day is centered around the theme of primitive medicinal remedies and how folks during the 18th century would have practiced medicine. Homeschoolers will learn of common ailments and traditional ways of healing. In many cases these were seemingly bazaar methods! Students will visit the Latta garden to see herbs and plants used to make medication.
As always, the Latta house, cabins, farm animals and exhibit hall is available for viewing. Please pack a picnic to enjoy at any of the parks designated picnicking areas.
Admission: $6 Per-person, Children 4 and under are FREE.

Sheep to Shawl Event April 23rd (10am-4pm)
See fiber working in all of it's forms. See a live sheep shearing demonstration, wool cleaning, carding, dyeing, spinning, and weaving. Interact with talented artisans as they display and teach their craft. Enjoy a self-guided house and grounds tour as well as a visit to the Latta exhibit hall. Admission: $8 Adults, $7 Seniors/Students, Children 5 and under are FREE.

African Drum Circle Event May 14th (10am-4pm)
Learn the history of music and musical celebrations within the African culture.See and even participate in the drum circle. Additional information coming soon.