Charleston, SC Open Day

Charleston, SC Open Day

Garden at George Mathews House, Charleston. Photo: Benjamin F. Lenhardt, Jr.

Sat, Jun 2, 2018
10:00 AM- 4:00 PM

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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 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. (Monday-Friday 9 a.m. tp 5 p.m est) 

**If you are a ticket holder in need of maps and directions to gardens please contact Spoleto Box office: (843) 579-3100 or they can be picked up at 2 George Street, Charleston, at the Gillard Center, at the Spoleto Kiosk on day of the tour. 

 

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