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Magnolia Plantation and Gardens

The plantation was founded in 1676 by the Drayton family. It has been there through the American Revolution, through the Civil War, and still is beautiful today.

It is the oldest public tourist site in the Lowcountry, and the oldest public gardens in America.

In 1872 the plantation and gardens opened to visitors who come to view home and the thousands of beautiful flowers and plants in its famous gardens.



2 Meeting Street Inn
Bed and Breakfast

Number 2 Meeting Street is the actual address of this mansion in Charleston's South of Broad.

Tree-lined streets, historic antebellum mansions, Charleston Harbor, the Ashley River, and the salt water of the Atlantic Ocean -- these will lure you to explore Charleston's Battery Row.

You will find history, graceful arches, colorful row houses called painted ladies, lush gardens and more to fill your days.

Hilton Head Island

Hilton Head Island is different.

Buildings are set back from the main roads. Pine and oak trees line the streets. Colors are muted and subdued and blend with the natural environment. Bright streetlights here are as rare as snowstorms.

A progressive land purchasing program makes sure there's plenty of green. Strict development guidelines open beaches to breathtaking views Shopping areas and restaurants are designed for lingering and enjoying.

Hilton Head
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