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10 Events to Attend in Charleston This Fall

10 Events to Attend in Charleston This Fall

As if you needed an excuse to visit Charleston, we’ve rounded up 10 events happening this autumn in the Lowcountry. Scroll on and begin planning your Fall Break escape!

  1. SNOB GLUTEN-FREE POP UP
    SEPTEMBER 24

    Pop by Ship’s Wheel Hard Cider at Park Circle for a SNOB pop up on September 24 from 5 – 8 PM, where you’ll enjoy your fill of GF chicken and waffles and GF biscuits paired with cider, which is naturally GF.

    SNOB
  2. SAFE SOUNDS AT FIREFLY
    SEPTEMBER 25 – OCTOBER 31

    You don’t want to miss Firefly’s fall socially distanced concert series! Enjoy live music along with food trucks, beer and wine. INSIDER TIP: Head to the distillery pre-concert to check out the Tasting Room.

    Firefly Distillery
  3. BOONE HALL FRIGHT NIGHTS
    SEPTEMBER 26 – OCTOBER 31

    Get into the Halloween spirit during Fright Nights at Boone Hall. Purchasing tickets online in advance is strongly recommended as there will be a limited capacity each night for the 2020 season. For fun for the whole family, visit the Boone Hall Pumpkin Patch and enjoy a hayride before strolling through the corn maze and picking out your perfect pumpkin to take home!

    Boone Hall
  4. WINE GARDEN WEDNESDAY AT WORKSHOP
    SEPTEMBER 30

    Head to Workshop for a personalized and socially distanced wine experience. During Wine Garden Wednesday, groups will make their way through the wine garden, stopping at three different tables with four to five wines per table from Workshop’s Tour de Loire. After sipping your way through the garden, enjoy dinner at one of Workshop’s six kitchens. To purchase tickets, email [email protected]

    Workshop
  5. BISCUITEER 101: A BISCUIT-MAKING CLASS
    OCTOBER 7 & NOVEMBER 11

    Learn the art of Southern biscuit making with Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit biscuiteers. In class, you’ll receive a tutorial from the bakers on how to make Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit’s classic Buttermilk Biscuit. You’ll also receive the family recipe and Callie’s Biscuits & Southern Traditions Cookbook, and gain hands-on experience perfecting your own Buttermilk Biscuits right in Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit’s Charleston eatery!

    Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit
  6. THE FALL TOURS
    OCTOBER 8 – NOVEMBER 7

    Explore beyond the garden gates of some of the most beautiful homes in America during The Preservation Society of Charleston’s Fall Tours. Embark on a Photography Walkabout and discover some of Charleston’s most picturesque streets and alleys and learn all about the Holy City’s rich horticultural heritage and the latest gardening trends.

    The Fall Tours
  7. 13TH ANNUAL AUTUMN ON THE ASHLEY
    OCTOBER 10 & 11

    Support local artists while getting a jump start on your holiday shopping at Magnolia Plantation & Gardens’ Autumn on the Ashley Arts and Craft Fair! Browse through beautiful wood carvings, paintings, textiles, jewelry, photography, lawn art and more, all handcrafted by talented Lowcountry artisans.

    Magnolia Plantation & Gardens
  8. GAILLARD CENTER FIVE-YEAR ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
    OCTOBER 18

    Join the Charleston Gaillard Center for a special performance in celebration of five years enriching the Charleston community with unforgettable experiences. Held on Sunday, October 18, exactly five years since the first inaugural concert, the celebration will feature a string quartet from the Charleston Symphony Orchestra, Artist-in-Residence and Charleston’s first Poet Laureate Marcus Amaker and Artist-in-Residence Emeritus and Grammy Award-winning Charlton Singleton.

    Gaillard Center
  9. GAMES IN THE GARDEN AT MIDDLETON PLACE
    OCTOBER 18

    The breathtaking gardens at Middleton Place were created not only for their aesthetic beauty, but for entertainment as well! Try your skill at games such as Jackstraws, Skittles, Arches, Noughts and Crosses, Graces, Snake Eyes and more.

    Middleton Place
  10. LIVING HISTORY DAYS AT MIDDLETON PLACE
    NOVEMBER 14 & 15

    This annual event showcases many different skills that were utilized throughout the Lowcountry’s history through demonstrations of carpentry, blacksmithing, cooking, pottery, cane pressing and more.

    Middleton Place

    Ready to plan your visit? Explore our curated itineraries to get started!