Magnolia Plantation and Gardens
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Unlike most of America's gardens, which are formal and seek to control nature, Magnolia's Romantic-style Gardens cooperate with nature to create a tranquil landscape like Eden where humanity and nature are in harmony...
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This place is full of history, and I encourage you to learn about it while there. They also have a petting zoo, poneys, donkeys, peacocks and in the spring this place is amazing with the azyleas blooming! looks like a painting from Monet! Look also for the butterfly garden and the little houses for…
Truly Beautiful Gardens, Old Historic Plantation Home Tour, and petting zoo for the kids. Its a very peaceful day away that includes special events year round Christmas Carolers at Christmas Time.
Founded in 1676 by the Drayton family, Magnolia Plantation has survived the centuries and witnessed the history of our nation unfold before it from the American Revolution through the Civil War and beyond. It is the oldest public tourist site in the Lowcountry, and the oldest public gardens in…
Beautiful gardens. Be sure to take the Slave Dwelling Project tour while there.
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“Beautiful, historic gardens. It's the oldest designed garden in the US. Be sure to take a docent led tour.”
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“Stroll through blocks of covered local vendors to hunt for the perfect souvenir to commemorate your trip to Charleston. ”
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“Preserved Georgian masterpiece on the Ashley River, not restored, in it's original form”
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“Great tour, garden to pick fruits if season, live music check schedule. Oyster roast event twice a year. Pumpkins patch in season, haunted house in Oct. ”
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“THE FAIRYTALE-ESQUE ANGEL OAK TREE in Charleston, SC, is thought to be one of the oldest living oak trees east of the Mississippi River. It stands 65 feet (20m or 6 stories) tall, is 28 ft (8.5 m) in circumference, and an area of 17,000 square feet is shaded by its tentacular crown. The largest branch reaches 187 feet. Estimated to be 400-500 years old, this Southern live oak has survived a number of hurricanes, floods, and earthquakes. It was damaged by Hurricane Hugo in 1989 but recovered and continues to grow.”
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