Upcoming Events at Charleston’s Historic Plantations

  • Stars & Guitars – Reunited July 2
    A Lowcountry summer tradition returns to Boone Hall Plantation, as 103.5 WEZL presents Stars and Guitars-Reunited, Friday July 2, 2021. Headlining this summer’s event will be Dustin Lynch, Travis Denning, Tenille Arts, and Taylor Castro.
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  • Prosecco on the Portico of Drayton Hall ◊ June 19
    Enjoy a glass of prosecco on the iconic portico of Drayton Hall. Grounds admission and Audio Tour are included in the ticket price. Prosecco will be served from 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm. All COVID-19 safety precautions are in place.
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  • Drayton Hall Summer Camp for ages 8 – 10 July 12 – 15
    An unforgettable summer science and history camp at Charleston’s oldest home. Participants will enjoy daily nature and landscape walks, learn about science and archaeology through hands-on STEAM-based activities, and explore the history of the plantation and the lives of its many residents.
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  • Ag + Art Tour June 5 & 6
    The Farm at Middleton Place is proud to be participating in this year’s South Carolina Ag + Art Tour. This free event will include tours of The Farm, live music, food for purchase and the beautiful work of local artisans.
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  • Wine on the Piazza – Edmondston Alston House June 10
    Enjoy a self-guided tour of the Edmondston-Alston House followed by a glass of wine on the second story piazza overlooking Charleston Harbor. Entry times are staggered to allow for social distancing.
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  • Distinguished Speakers Series: Tiya Miles June 10
    Middleton Place Foundation in partnership with the International African American Museum and the Harvard Peabody Museum invites you to join author Tiya Miles for a discussion about her latest book,  All That She Carried. This extraordinary book traces the life of Ashley’s sack handed down through three generations of Black women. It is a poignant story of resilience and of love passed down through generations of women against steep odds.
    The 6:30 pm Zoom webinar is free, however, registration is required.
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  • Junior Historian Summer Camp for ages 8 and up July 12 – 16
    Middleton Place will immerse young people in South Carolina history by introducing them to one of America’s Founding Families and to the daily activities of a working Lowcountry rice plantation. The fun and educational programs will provide valuable real-life experience and will inspire the next generation with an interest in history, social studies, science and art.
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