Charleston, SC Open Day

Charleston, SC Open Day

Garden on Legare Street, Charleston, SC

Sat, May 27 
10:00 AM

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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 for more information: https://spoletousa.org/events/behind-the-garden-gate/.

Please note: Admission to this Open Day is $75 for all eight gardens. Pre-purchased Open Days admission tickets are not accepted during the Charleston Open Days. If you have any questions, please call 1-888-842-2442.

*Hours at each garden are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., with the exception of the Garden of Caspar Christian Schutt House.

  • The Garden of the Branford-Horry House
    The Garden of the Branford-Horry House

    The house is a double parlor plan with Greek piazzas. The piazzas were added in the early nineteenth century and are unique in that they cover the sidewalk...

  • Private Residence - Legare Street
    Private Residence - Legare Street

    The focus of the garden renovation was to order the existing, undefined site and create distinct garden rooms. These individual spaces respond to the house, circulation, and provide for outdoor living...

  • Private Residence - Legare Street
    Private Residence - Legare Street

    The garden is divided into three distinct garden rooms. It was designed by Sheila Wertimer and Associates in the mid 1990s.

  • Mrs. Whaley's Garden
    Mrs. Whaley's Garden

    This simple frame Charleston single house was purchased by attorney Ben Scott Whaley and Emily Whaley in 1938....

  • Garden of the John Fullerton House
    Garden of the John Fullerton House

    This fine Georgian single house was built in 1772 by John Fullerton, a Scottish carpenter. When it was necessary to make extensive repairs after hurricane Hugo in 1989, the current owner, a committed preservationist...

  • Garden of the Benjamin Phillips House
    Garden of the Benjamin Phillips House

    The Benjamin Phillips House was restored by the current owners in 1987 and at the time, there was no garden, only a paved parking area...

  • Garden of Dr. Vincent Seigneur House
    Garden of Dr. Vincent Seigneur House

    The main house, kitchen house, and dependencies of this Church Street garden were complete in June of 1812. The home is named for its most prominent resident, Dr. Vincent Le Seigneur...

  • Garden of Caspar Christian Schutt House
    Garden of Caspar Christian Schutt House

    This four-story Adam-style mansion is one of the largest and grandest houses on the Charleston peninsula...

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