... enjoy all the beautiful plantations and gardens in our vicinity.
Drayton Hall Plantation, America's finest example of Georgian-Palladian architecture
Middleton Place...unique view into 18th century plantation life & breathtaking gardens!
Some of the most famous plantations in the south can be found in or near Charleston, SC. These historic plantations offer a fascinating look into the long and varied history of the South. Boone Hall Plantation is one of America’s oldest working plantations. Magnolia Plantation was built in 1676, and is still owned by the same family. Learn more about American History by visiting these important plantations in Charleston, SC.
With beautifully preserved interiors and gardens, Drayton Hall Plantation, Charleston, SC is considered one of America’s finest examples in the style of Georgian-Palladian architecture and one of the finest plantation homes in the entire Low Country. One of the South’s grandest surviving plantations home, Drayton Hall Plantation also ranks as one of America’s finest pre-Revolutionary War architecture examples.
Middleton Place Plantation is a top Charleston landmark and one of the most famous plantation houses in the south. Middleton Place House is a National Historic Landmark, and has been superbly preserved in every detail. The ancestral home of the Middletons, one of the south’s leading families, Henry Middleton, President of the First Continental Congress built Middleton Place Plantation house. The grounds of Middleton Place give visitors a unique view into 18th-century plantation life. Middleton Place house and gardens are an experience in a class all its own. Middleton Place gardens represent an excellent example of a formal 18th-century American garden, and enjoy a reputation as one of the country's oldest intact gardens.