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. During the months of September-May the first Guided House Tour will usually begin at 1:00, on weekdays. 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).

Upcoming Events

Holiday Hours November & December
December 24th & 25th Christmas Eve & Christmas Day: CLOSED
December 31st & January 1st New Years Eve & New Years Day: CLOSED
*Please see the below upcoming Holiday Event calendar.
*Remember we are CLOSED on Mondays throughout the year.

Candlelight Christmas December 5, 2015 (6pm-9pm)
Enjoy a beautiful stroll among the candlelit property and buildings that make up Latta Plantation. Take a peek inside the home to see first-person dressed interpreters as they theatrically celebrate Nancy Latta's holiday wedding. Enjoy caroling and an 1800's inspired Live Nativity Scene. This unique and timeless event is one the entire family is sure to enjoy! Admission: $8 Adults, $7 Seniors/Students, FREE for children 5 & under.
No reservations are needed for this drop-in event. Please know this is an outdoor evening event which requires walking on gravel paths and many of our buildings aren't handicap accessible.

A Home School Christmas December, 10th (10am-2pm)
This is our annual Holiday Home School day with a twist. Learn not only of Christmas traditions and see the plantation grounds decorated for the season, but also learn of other popular holidays. Why do we celebrate New Years and the Fourth of July with fireworks? Why do we feast at Thanksgiving? Why do we find four-leaf clovers lucky at St. Patrick's Day? Who first started dyeing eggs at Easter? These answers and more will be discovered as home school families explore the plantation grounds making stops along the way. Holiday Activities, Historical Demonstrations, Farm Animals and more! Admission is $6 per-person (Children FOUR and under are FREE) *This is an ongoing drop-in event, plan at least two hours to thoroughly explore the event. *Pack a picnic and enjoy the park while you visit.

Goodbye, Caroline the American Girl Doll:Christmas Tea December, 13th (2:00pm)
All spots have been filled. Check back with us next year as Christmas Tea Parties are hosted at Latta annually.

Internship Opportunities Winter, Spring, Summer 2016
Historic Latta Plantation will be looking to fill internship rolls throughout the 2016 year. Looking for candidates with a passion for history and education who work well with students. All interns will learn the basics of day to day operations within the historic site including tours, gift shop operations, special event planning, educational programming, and summer camp coordination. This is an ideal internship for someone interested in education, history, or the travel and tourism industry. We are flexible and can work with school requirements as needed. Please contact David Clay, Executive Director, for more information at 704-875-2312 ext.303 or by email at dclay@lattaplantation.org.