Middleton Place invites visitors to see what life on a Low Country plantation was like in the 18th and 19th centuries. On Nov. 12 and 13, the National Historic Landmark will welcome visitors to immerse themselves in Plantation Days, an annual event reflecting the activities of a Charleston plantation during the harvest season.
Each day, the Middleton Place Stableyards will be abuzz with demonstrations on cooking, textiles, blacksmithing, coopering, and hands-on activities such as pottery, cotton and rice processing, and candle making. This is the second weekend of Plantation Days, the first took place in October. The November Plantation Days adds sugarcane pressing and cooking, gourd making, basket weaving, and leather tanning to the list of demonstrations.
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