Historic Latta Plantation

Bring History to Life...

About US
Historic Latta Plantation is a living history farm and museum. We provide education programs, daily tours, summer camps, workshops, and special events for over 38,000 visitors a year. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

Historic Latta Plantation brings history to life with a working farm that includes rare and endangered breeds of historic livestock, cotton gardens and a kitchen garden. The site includes the original plantation home, a kitchen house, smoke house, well house, reproduction slave quarters, and barns. The site provides visitors with the opportunity to step back in time and view what life was like in the North Carolina backcountry.

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Historic Latta Plantation is a living history farm and historic site and the last remaining Catawba River Plantation open to the public. Originally known as Latta Place, the 742 acre cotton plantation was home to the James Latta family until 1837. The Sample family owned the home from 1853 until 1922, renaming the plantation Riverside, because of its proximity to the Catawba River. Today, Latta is a living history farm and museum that brings history to life for visitors of all ages.

Directions
Traveling north on I-77: Take Exit 16B, Sunset Road West. Follow Sunset Rd. West until the second light and turn right onto Beatties Ford road. Proceed north for 4.8 miles until you reach Sample Road (directly across from Hopewell Presbyterian Church). Turn left on Sample Road. Continue on this road, through the park until you reach the back of the park. Latta Plantation is on your right. Traveling south on I-77: Take Exit 23, Huntersville. Turn right off the exit to Gilead Road. Take the third left, McCoy Road. At the stop sign, turn right on Beatties Ford Road. Turn left onto Sample Road. Stay on Sample Road until you reach the back of Latta Plantation Park. The plantation house itself is on your right.

Hours of Operation
Tuesday through Saturday 10am-5pm and Sunday from 2pm-5pm. Our last house tour is at 4pm each day. Times may vary for special events and holidays. Please see our website for time changes.

Web Site
www.lattaplantation.org

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Historic Latta Plantation
Nicole Cheslak
5225 Sample Road
Huntersville, NC 28078
MECKLENBURG County
Phone: 704-875-2312
Fax: 704-875-1724
ncheslak@lattaplantation.org

Special News

We offer various wonderful special events throughout the year. Please see our website for our upcoming events!


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