Middleton Place National Historic Landmark will host Games in the Gardens on May 30th and 31st from 10:00am-4:00pm. Visitors can try games such as Quoits (ring toss), Jackstraws (pick up sticks), Skittles (lawn bowling), Croquet (roll-a -ball), Noughts and Crosses (tic-tac-toe), and Nine Pins (tabletop bowling). Designed to be fun for children of all ages, the games may test your skill, but guarantee to entertain you and your family. This special program is included with general admissions to Middleton Place and free for members.
The Gardens are also an authentic space to reflect on our shared past and all the people, both enslaved and free, that contributed to their creation and survival. Spend a beautiful fall day exploring America’s Oldest Landscaped Gardens on the 110-acre National Historic Landmark along with all the exhibits, the historic breeds, artisans in the Stableyards, and guided tours including Beyond the Fields: The Enslaved People of Middleton Place.