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Middleton Place is an 18th century rice plantation and National Historic Landmark comprising 65 acres of America's oldest landscaped Gardens, the Middleton Place House Museum and the Plantation Stableyards. The Gardens reflect the elegant symmetry...more
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October is the nothing is blooming month.
Everything is green but nothing is blooming.
Gardens very well kept clean and trimmed...but off season for literally anything that could bloom.
The volunteers were not exactly enthralling in the story of the plantation.
Grounds look exactly like...More
Several girlfriends and I visited Middleton Place last spring and loved the layout, the restaurant, the gift shop and the courtesy of the employees. I can't imagine how beautiful the garden would be when azaleas are in bloom' we were a little late in our...More
We have been staying at the inn and have had a chance to walk over a few times. The grounds are absolutely breathtaking, that is undeniable. We loved seeing the animals and learning more from the staff at the stableyards and crafting areas. The two...More
My wife wanted to visit a plantation while we were in Charleston. The concierge at our B&B recommended Middleton Place. Had a couple of great tours, enjoyed walking the gardens on our own and marveled at the great oak tree (900-1,000 years old) on the...More
My husband and I opted to go to this plantation after reading about the gardens. We spent about three hours here. First, we walked around the grounds/gardens. They were beautiful. (Yes, I’m sure breathtaking in the spring, but still beautiful). We followed the path marked...More
We visited Middleton and really enjoyed the drive to the plantation from Charleston. About halfway to our destination, the city gave way to a narrow, two lane highway with tall trees and Spanish Moss. It was beautiful.
The gardens were quite nice and provided much...More
I love going to Middleton Place Gardens because it is so beautifully laid out and maintained . They have have all types of animals as well as sheep that run free on the grounds, an organic farm and a great restaurant to eat at. The...More
The House Museum does offer tours, with available time slots that can be booked upon arrival. In addition to the Gardens and House Museum, please allocate time for the Plantation Stableyards and Eliza's House, the... More
The House Museum does offer tours, with available time slots that can be booked upon arrival. In addition to the Gardens and House Museum, please allocate time for the Plantation Stableyards and Eliza's House, the centerpiece of Middleton Place's interpretive programs dedicated to highlighting the institution of slavery and the lives led by enslaved people on Middleton-owned plantations. And save room, as well, for lunch at the Middleton Place Restaurant.