Middleton Place

Middleton Place National Historic Landmark is home to America's oldest and most important landscaped gardens. Began in 1741, the historic site today encompasses 110 acres including the Gardens, House Museum, Stableyards, and Eliza's House. Together they tell the inclusive history of all who lived, worked, and died here. The stories of the Middleton family including two Founding Fathers and generations of enslaved people are interwoven throughout the property. Visitors have opportunities to experience those stories with both guided or self-guided tours. Artisans demonstrate the work and share the lives of enslaved craftspeople, and the Beyond the Fields presentation gives a more in-depth look at the role Middleton Place played in the larger institution of American slavery. There's much to discover here; lunch and dinner is available at the restaurant and retail shops offer many artisan-made keepsakes. At Middleton Place you can connect with the past, be present, and help build a brighter future.
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Phone 1: 843.556.6020
Phone 2: (800) 543-4774


4300 Ashley River Rd.
Charleston, SC 29414

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Features & Amenities:

Number of Guest Rooms54
Total Square Footage (Meeting and Exhibit Space)3000
Free Parking
Full Service Restaurant on-site
Free Wifi
Distance from the Airport15
Ceiling Height (largest Meeting room)14
Classroom Style Capacity130
Theater Style Capacity330
Reception Capacity250
Banquet Capacity200
Pet Friendly
Number of Suites9
King Rooms3
Double Rooms15
A/V Onsite
Business Center
Motorcoach Parking Available
Restaurant On Site
Contact Phone (Published)
Contact Email (Published)
Guest Capacity (standing)300
Food & Beverage Minimum
Overnight Accommodations
Parking Available
Accessible (handicap) parking?
Is your staff trained to accept service animals?
Are you on the ground level?
Time of day last updated10:22 AM
Swimming Pool
Holidays Open
Do you have an elevator, if more than one floor?
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