Kensington Mansion

An Antebellum Plantation Home in Eastover, South Carolina

We are sad to announce that the opening of Kensington Mansion will be delayed this year. Due to damage to the house and the surrounding park by the ice storm, we have decided to delay our March opening so that all necessary repairs and clean-up can be completed. We plan to re-open in June 2014. We will keep all our friends updated via facebook and on our website. Thank you for your understanding and we apologize for any inconvenience this might cause our visitors.

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Kensington Mansion, completed in 1854, was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1971. Located in lower Richland County, South Carolina, the antebellum plantation house is an architectural and historical treasure. The Mansion is an Italianate Revival structure, furnished with the Scarborough-Hamer Collection of decorative arts from the Victorian Period.

International Paper, owner of Kensington Mansion, and the Scarborough-Hamer Foundation have formed a working partnership to provide tours of Kensington for the general public.





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Kensington Mansion
4101 McCords Ferry Road (Highway 601)
Eastover, SC 29044
803.353.0456

Scarborough-Hamer Foundation
Post Office Box 237
Eastover, South Carolina 29044