Pebble Hill Plantation

1251 U.S. Highway 319 S., Thomasville, GA 31792 - United States

229-226-2344

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Main House tours are on the hour and half-hour (subject to availability) with the last one starting at 4:00 pm

Prepare to be amazed and captivated by Pebble Hill Plantation. The property was changed from a working farm into a winter home and shooting plantation for the Hanna family of Cleveland, Ohio in the later 1800’s. The last family member to own Pebble Hill, Elisabeth Ireland Poe, willed that the plantation be opened to the public after her death. Visitors may take a self-guided grounds tour, and a furnished map highlights points of interest. The Main House is seen by guided tour and is furnished with prime antiques, Audubon lithographs, and includes the Elisabeth Ireland Poe Sporting Art Gallery.

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The grounds are extensive and include a stable and cow barn complex, dog hospital, nurse’s station, family cemetery, and many other sites. A furnished map highlights the points of interest. The 40 plus room Main House is seen by guided tour and is furnished with prime antiques, Audubon lithographs, and includes the Elisabeth Ireland Poe Sporting Art Gallery.

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