An excellent example of a Pre-Civil war private home that went through many changes ands been beautifully restored.
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The Joseph Manigault House had a fascinating history and is a great example of 18th century Charleston home architecture. Our guide was knowledgeable and provided many interesting details of the house and families over the years. The sweeping staircase an amazing feature.
Not to be missed by any lover of Federal architecture and fine 18thC plaster work, fireplaces, etc. Well done tour too.
We toured both of these two historical homes (Heyward-Washington and Joseph Manigault). Our tour guide at both locations was a graduate of southern history. His knowledge of the two properties and the history of Charleston added to the quality of the tour. The houses have...More
We purchased a Heritage Pass from the Visitor Center across the street that included free admission to this house. The house tours start at 10 a.m., but the Charleston Museum across the street (also included in the pass) opens at 9 a.m., so we started...More
We enjoyed our excellent tour of this late Federal style house with a very knowledgable guide. This house is another example of the late Federal style. It features elaborate moldings and headers, well-proportioned, large rooms and curved porches on each story of one side of...More
If interested in 18th century Charleston history through the 20th century, this house has much to offer to learn about the owners through the years, slave labor, their kitchen etc. They were extremely wealthy making their fortune in rice. Guide was very knowledgeable. This house...More
I loved this house tour! The house itself is beautiful and the tour guide had great information about the architecture and history of the home. Definitely a must see!
This house was interesting- as was the stories of the family and the visualization of the slave quarters outside. Only the house remains, no slave quarters are on site, but they are marked as to where they were. If you are spending some time there,...More