Plantations & Gardens in Charleston/Downtown

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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Magnolia Cemetery

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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Mrs. Whaley's Garden

Tour at your leisure or make an appointment with head gardener, Paul Saylors, the Gentleman Gardener. New York Times bestselling memoir, Mrs. Whaley and Her Charleston Garden.

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Published annually, the official Charleston Area Visitors Guide is full of gorgeous photography, insider tips, maps, and resources to help you plan your Charleston vacation.

Published annually, the official Charleston Area Visitors Guide is full of gorgeous photography, insider tips, maps, and resources to help you plan your Charleston vacation.