Through historic preservation, research, interpretation, academic programming and community outreach, Middleton Place uses its essential American stories to teach an appreciation for and an understanding of history.
All programming aligns with the South Carolina Department of Education Standards, and the Public Programming team is happy to customize the experience to meet the needs and curriculum of your class, youth group or university cohort.
With access to Middleton Place’s 65 acres of landscaped gardens, House Museum, Eliza’s House, and working stableyards, groups can explore an array of themes – from the American Revolution, slavery in the U.S. and the Civil War, to plantation life, botany, rice culture, animal husbandry and agriculture.
Your visit can include tours, activities and other available options, including tours of the House Museum at Middleton Place, carriage rides, and tours of the Edmondston-Alston House in downtown Charleston, which carry additional fees. For pricing and scheduling, please complete the form below. To schedule a site visit, please contact the Director of Education at (843) 377-0538.
Middleton Place offers unique programming for students from kindergarten to high school.
Middleton Place welcomes home school groups that are members of a homeschool association.
Girl Scouts are invited to earn badges with our special badge programs. With advance notice, we’ll help design programming that can help Boy Scouts earn specific badges.
Middleton Place and The Inn at Middleton Place, designed and executed by W.G. Clark and Charles Menefee of Charleston, provide excellent studies in various building styles.
Once the Director of Education has received your information, you will be booked in the system and receive a contract and invoice, confirming your reservation. The Director of Education will need a signed copy of the contract. You are NOT confirmed until you have received the contract and invoice.
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