Charles Pinckney National Historic Site is located just outside of Charleston, South Carolina. Today the site preserves a portion of the original Snee Farm, featuring wetlands and a half mile walking trail. Visitors can also tour the museum located in the Lowcountry farmhouse.
Known as the "forgotten founder," Charles Pinckney's home is preserved today to tell the story of his life and his role in the creation of the United States Constitution. In addition to learning about his contribution to the Constitution, visitors can learn about the Gullah culture.
—Alissa McMahon, NPCA