225th Siege & Fall of Charleston

3380 Ashley River RD

Charleston, SC 29414

Get Directions

Phone: (843) 769-2600

City: Charleston

Region: Coastal & Islands

Visit WebsiteVisit Website

225th Siege & Fall of Charleston

British Army & Royal Navy forces will be encamped at Drayton Hall Plantation; the Continental Forces will be encamped at Magnolia Plantation and Gardens; British horse dragoons will be encamped at Middleton Place Plantation. Activities include battle reenactments; a parade & surrender ceremony; a children's interactive area; and dozens of living history demonstrations utilizing the military, Royal Navy, African-Americans, artisans, and the role of women. An official British Brigade and Brigade of the American Revolution-sponsored event.

You might also like:

Old Farm Bed & Breakfast
Coast

Cottageville

Coast

Coast

The
Coast Region

Learn More
Additional info: Horse facilities - overnight stall or pasture boarding available.
Walking Trail of Historic Homes And Gardens
Coast

Summerville

Coast

Coast

The
Coast Region

Learn More
The Walking Tour of Historic Homes and Gardens allows you a glimpse of Summerville’s rich history –The majestic homes with well-manicured gardens is the perfect way to experience our small town atmosphere. In 1976 a portion of the town was listed in the
Econo Lodge Coliseum
Coast

North Charleston

Coast

Coast

The
Coast Region

Learn More
Carroll Realty, Inc
Coast

Isle of Palms

Coast

Coast

The
Coast Region

Learn More
Furnished vacation beach rental houses on or near the ocean; only a 20 minute drive from downtown Charleston! Six golf courses in the area.
Mozzo
Coast

Mount Pleasant

Coast

Coast

The
Coast Region

Learn More
Shannon Campbell loves to make people happy by serving great food in a comfortable, nice environment. Mozzo offers incredible sandwiches in a friendly place and they invite you to come, visit and enjoy.
Camellia Walks
Coast

Charleston

Coast

Coast

The
Coast Region

Learn More
Camellias abound at Middleton Place, and these popular guided tours of the gardens focus on the numerous camellia specimens that line the garden paths at this National Historic Landmark. Reservations required. Walks are on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturda