Due to anticipated threats of Hurricane Ian, Middleton Place and the Restaurant will be closed Friday, September 30, and reopen Saturday, October 1 at noon. The Edmondston-Alston House will close at 1:00 pm on Thursday, September 29, and reopen Saturday, October 1 at noon. The Inn at Middleton Place will be closed on Friday, September 30.

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65 Acres of Lush Gardens

Middleton Place’s 110 vibrant acres include 65 acres of America’s oldest landscaped gardens – floral allées, terraced lawns, a pair of ornamental lakes shaped like butterfly wings – as well as a House Museum, Eliza’s House, working Stableyards with artisans and heritage breed animals, a Restaurant, Inn, and Organic Farm – all waiting to be explored. Let’s go.

Here you walk along a path and you come upon a 900-year old oak tree, And there are lakes and rice fields and flooded plains – that marriage of the water to the earth makes this place magical.

— Martha Stewart

The Gardens

Heralded as “The Most Interesting Garden in America” by The Garden Club of American, the 65-acre gardens are also the oldest landscaped gardens in America – and something beautiful is always in bloom.

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