Holiday Shopping Destination
Enjoy the holiday season in Lowcountry, High Style with premier shopping and dining at Freshfields Village.
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.
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.Website
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.Website
Explore the geometric precision of Americas oldest landscaped Gardens, the original House Museums collection, and the artistry of skilled craftspeople in the Stableyards!Website
Come see why Magnolia is SCs Most Visited Plantation and why Magnolia is the only garden in South Carolina selected as one of Americas Most Beautiful Gardens."Website
Established in 1851. An important Gullah/Geechee heritage site, carefully preserved in recognition of generations of enslaved people & its cultural & historical significance.Website
Americas oldest unrestored plantation house still open to the public. Admission includes house tour, Connections program, African-American cemetery, nature walks, and more.Website
A plantation relic once owned by a Founding Father is a National Park Service site. Enjoy the grounds, historic cottage, exhibits, film, museum shop, and programs. Free entry.Website
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!Website
Visit a picturesque plantation. Grounds contain former rice fields, gardens, and mansion. Located between Charleston and Myrtle Beach. Mansion tours available.Website
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.Website