Magnolia Plantation & Gardens

Magnolia Plantation and Gardens is a historic rice plantation, a stunning 19th-century Romantic-style garden, and a site of remarkable natural diversity and beauty. Visitors can tour our 450 acres by tram, boat, bicycle, or on foot while learning the history of the families—Native, white, and Black, enslaved and free—who have lived here since the 1600s. We have a children's educational garden, interactive animal and bird exhibits, a cafe, and dozens of postcard-perfect areas for picnicking or photographs. Pets on leash welcome. Discussion of rice planting and slavery along with a guided tour of four restored African-American cabins included with admission. Guided tour of the Drayton family house and self-guided tour of the eerie Audubon Swamp also offered. Come see why Travel and Leisure called Magnolia "One of America’s Most Beautiful Gardens" and why we're consistently ranked among the top attractions in Charleston!
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Phone 1: 843.571.1266


3550 Ashley River Rd.
Charleston, SC 29414

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Features & Amenities:

Number of Meeting/Function Rooms3
Ceiling Height (Largest Meeting Room)9
Total Square Feet (Meeting & Exhibit Space)3900
Largest Room Sq. ft.3900
Banquet Capacity300
Kitchen On Site
Outside Catering Permitted
Reception Capacity350
Complimentary Parking
Tables & Chairs Included
Motorcoach Parking Available
Restaurant On Site
Guest Capacity (standing)350
Food & Beverage Minimum
Choice of Caterer
Parking Available
On the Water
Tent Option
Outdoor Area
Planner Required
Guest Capacity (seated)200
Holidays Open
Length of Tour