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Middleton Place is an 18th century rice plantation and National Historic Landmark comprising 65 acres of America's oldest landscaped Gardens, the Middleton Place House Museum and the Plantation Stableyards. The Gardens reflect the elegant symmetry...more
The history really speaks to you here. Arthur Middleton was a signatory to the Declaration of Independence, and his grandson signed the Confederate Articles of Secession. The gardens are amazing, the slavery exhibits really hit home. Take time to do the house tour as well...More
We spent hours walking through the ground, and the house tour is a must. The highlight of our trip was Doug the Cooper. He was so passionate about the history of the plantation and his craft. He was one of the best examples of living...More
I had figured I may spend 2 hours and i spent 5. The grounds are gorgeous and still had some azaleas in bloom, though I missed the major blooms by a week. Wandering the grounds is wonderful. What really makes it special is taking part...More
I loved my visit to Middleton place. I could go on and on about the gardens, architecture, history, animals, and antiques. It is easily a full day activity if you wanted. Be aware that it is hot. People who can not walk a long distance...More
Weren't sure if we would have the time to stop.. But sooo glad we did. Absolutely a Must See. Like stepping back in time. The gardens are Amazing and the walking paths are wonderful. The tour of this property and the Home was so interesting....More
Went in June and yes it was Hot. Go in the spring when I'm certain the gardens will be in bloom and absolutely beautiful. Our guide was amazing. Felt like she understood the history and the people that made Middleton what it is. Worth going...More