$120 Per Person
Middleton Place Plantation, listed on the National Register of Historic Places and declared a National Historic Landmark, is internationally renown for its amazing gardens. It is the birthplace of Arthur Middleton, a signer of the Declaration of Independence.
The main house and two flankers were burned by Union troops in 1865. The south flanker had the least damage and was restored and used as the main residence until becoming a museum in the 1970’s. Middleton Place Plantation was home to the family for over three centuries, including enslaved people and freedmen who served them. As we tour the House Museum, we will learn more about these generations of residents and view the extraordinary collections of original portraits, furniture, silver, china, documents and other objects that belonged to and were used by family members.
After the House Museum tour, we will enjoy a Low Country lunch buffet made from fresh, local, seasonal and organic ingredients harvested fresh from the Middleton Place on-site organic farm and gardens. As you dine, you will have a beautiful view of the Mill Pond and Azalea Hillside.
April is the perfect time to explore the 65 acres of rare camellias, azaleas, dogwoods, magnolias, tulip trees, ancient live oaks and so much more that will be in bloom. Dating from the 1700’s, these gardens are the oldest landscaped gardens in America.
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Middleton Place Plantation & Gardens
Storehouse Tours Escort
Admission to Middleton Place
House Museum Tour
Low Country Lunch Buffet
Surfside Beach, SC
Contact Robin McCall at
(843) 235-2966 or e-mail
Due Upon Reserving Space
Make check payable to Storehouse Tours and mail to:
37 Heather Drive
Pawleys Island, SC 29585