Cypress Gardens

3030 Cypress Gardens RD

Moncks Corner, SC 29461

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Phone: (843) 553-0515

City: Moncks Corner

Region: Coastal & Islands

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Cypress Gardens

AS OF OCTOBER 2015 CYPRESS GARDENS IS CLOSED FOR MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. PLEASE VISIT http://www.cypressgardens.info/ OR CONTACT THE OFFICE FOR MORE INFORMATION

This 175-acre swamp/garden offers a walk-through Butterfly House with free-flying butterflies, beautiful plants, birds and more. The Swamparium features fish, reptiles and amphibians native to the swamp and nearby waterways. Representative animals from swamps of the world are also displayed. The new Heritage Museum tells the history of this former rice plantation through interpretive text and displays of slave artifacts found onsite. Picnic shelters and a gift shop are other amenities at the park. The swamp/garden is easily accessible with four miles of walking paths and the famous bateaus (flat bottom boats). Once part of Dean Hall Plantation, the gardens are especially lovely in spring when the azaleas, dogwoods, wisteria and daffodils are in bloom. Many movies like "The Patriot" and "The Notebook" have been filmed at this beautiful location. It's well worth the drive – and price. Read more.

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