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I first visited the bronze horses and wildcats here when I was a little kid, and I’m still amazed that the Huntingtons of New York bought about 6,000 acres of former plantation land in the 1930s, built a beachfront castle to live in, and opened a sculpture garden for public tours. It’s all still there, 70 miles north of Charleston.

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I first visited the bronze horses and wildcats here when I was a little kid, and I’m still amazed that the Huntingtons of New York bought about 6,000 acres of former plantation land in the 1930s, built a beachfront castle to live in, and opened a sculpture garden for public tours. It’s all still there, 70 miles north of Charleston.