Gov. Thomas Bennett House
Known as one of the grandest and most beautiful antebellum homes in Charleston, this former governor residence features a free-flying staircase and elegant garden.
William Aiken House
This National Historic Landmark is an elegant venue with a rich history. It was home first to a railroad company and later to Governor William Aiken.
Old Exchange Building And Provost Dungeon
Seated dinners and receptions are grand in the building that was the economic hub of 18th century Charleston, S.C. and the place where George Washington was entertained.
With its original estate house, formal gardens and famous avenue of oaks, this early 1700s, creek-side plantation offers the perfect setting for steamed oysters and traditional Lowcountry fare.
Magnificent river views, extensive gardens, a pool and dock characterize the only surviving plantation on Charleston's historic peninsula. The home was a favorite of Teddy Roosevelt, who took tea on the veranda during the 1901 World's Fair Exhibition.
Located on the banks of the Ashley River, this National Historic Landmark is home to America’s oldest (and some of the most famous) landscaped gardens. It’s a popular venue for outdoor cocktail receptions and plantation-style oyster roasts.
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Guests will experience virtually every aspect of plantation life at Magnolia Plantation, from plantation livestock to a restored Pre-Revolutionary rice barge. This flexible venue is available for daily tours as well as private evening functions.