Sat, May 26
10:00 AM- 4:00 PM
Since 2013, we have partnered with the Charleston Horticultural Society and Spoleto Festival USA to bring you this Open Day. One of our most highly attended and popular Open Days, it requires pre-registration through Spoleto Festival USA. Please go to their website to purchase tickets for this Open Day: https://spoletousa.org/events/behind-the-garden-gate/.
Please note: Admission to this Open Day is $75 for all gardens on this date only. Pre-purchased Open Days admission tickets through the Garden Conservancy are not accepted during the Charleston Open Days. If you have any questions, please call 1-888-842-2442.
- Garden at William Stone House
This property, (c. 1784), served as a home to a succession of merchant owners who used the ground floor as counting houses and later a grain and feed store, always maintaining a residence on the upper three stories.
- Garden of the Mary Smith House
The federal-style house was built circa 1799 and is a large brick Charleston single house. The current owners began restoration of the house and garden in early 2015...
- Garden of the Anne Boone House
Circa 1740. This home was built in 1740 and was altered around 1840. Its complete restoration in 2015 removed its old swimming pool, garage, and landscape...
- Garden of the Timothy Ford House
Circa 1800-1806. This house was built by Timothy Ford, a New Jersey native who moved to Charleston after graduating from Princeton and qualifying as an attorney...
- James Brown House Garden
The focus is bi-fold: heritage roses and "edibles". There are a number of Noisette roses (the c. 1800 original was in Josephine's garden at Malmaison, ....
- Garden of the William Elliott House
Circa 1739. The first record of this house’s existence was its appearance on the 1739 “Iconography” of Charles Town...
- Private Residence - Tradd Street
This extraordinary four-year-old garden was conceived by its owners, together, with the help of the landscape designer Sheila Wertimer, they created a series of garden rooms...
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