The Fall Harvest Days at Middleton Place invites guests to view the various types of work that was done on a Low Country plantation in preparation for the coming winter.
Historic interpreters explore different aspects of 18th and 19th century life including cooking, baking, sugar cane pressing / cooking, hide tanning, cider distilling, and more. “Hands-On” activities including candle dipping, pottery making, dyeing, and and other such activities will be available to visitors of all ages throughout the weekend. A Gullah interpreter will be on-hand to tell stories that will illuminate the unique Gullah culture and the Colonial Ladies Society will present “Her-Story” with demonstrations of fabric dyeing, spinning, weaving, and food preservation among other skills.
Programming is included with General Admission to Middleton Place and is free for Foundation Members.
Extend your visit with a stay at The Inn at Middleton Place.
Guests of special events at Middleton Place receive a 10% discount on their room rate.