Plantations & Gardens

Impeccable landscapes. Exceptional architecture. Memories for a lifetime.

It's easy to forget that these preserved plantations and gardens are just minutes from the hustle and crowds of downtown Charleston. As you lose yourself amongst the moss-covered oak trees and blooming azaleas, you can't help but find yourself being transported on a journey back in time.

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Explore the geometric precision of America’s oldest landscaped gardens, the original House Museum’s collections, and the artistry of skilled craftspeople in the stableyards!

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Stroll 4 miles of beautiful garden trails, paddle through cypress swamp, relax in a greenhouse with butterflies and flowers or discover native and exotic reptile exhibits.

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Boone Hall Plantation has been recognized as the #1 Plantation in the Charleston area according to USA Today's 10BEST and is a "must see" according to NBC Daytime Television.

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America’s oldest unrestored plantation house still open to the public. Admission includes house tour, Connections program, African-American cemetery, nature walks, and more.

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Visit for a fun and educational one-of-a-kind experience. See & hear how tea is grown and made. Free Factory Tour, unique Gift Shop, great views and all the tea you can drink!

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Charleston's only estate winery. Taste authentic southern wine, visit the animals & stroll through the vineyard. Tastings every 30 minutes. Children and pets welcome!

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Oldest cemetery in Charleston, founded in 1849 on the banks of the Cooper River, inhabited by generations of southern leaders. On the National Register of Historic Places.

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