See America’s Oldest Public Gardens In A Whole New Light At The Lantern Festival At Magnolia Plantation In South Carolina

Charleston’s most visited plantation is, by day, a romantic and stunning place to wander. The 390 riverside acres that make up this Lowcountry treasure are filled with natural gardens, pools, lakes, live oak trees with Spanish moss swaying in the gentle breeze, and more – including a zoo and an Audubon swamp garden. There is simply no denying the beauty found at Magnolia Plantation and Gardens.

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The Lights of Magnolia is a unique opportunity to see America’s oldest public garden (opened to the public in 1870) in a whole new light! Are you looking forward to this event at Magnolia Plantation and Gardens? We hope to see you there!

Address: 3550 Ashley River Rd, Charleston, SC 29414, USA