71st Annual Plantation Tours – Prince George Winyah Episcopal

Prince George Winyah Episcopal is celebrating its 71st Annual Spring Plantation Tours in Georgetown, South Carolina, set for March 23rd and March 24th 2018.  The Tours are always popular with decorators, Southern history buffs, gardeners, and visitors to South Carolina’s coast.

Georgetown, South Carolina, founded in 1729, was for two centuries one of the wealthiest areas in both the Colonial era, then in the young United States.  The growing of indigo in Colonial America, then rice in the 19th century created an elite society which left behind beautiful dwellings, gardens and public buildings, many of which are open to our visitors only once a year.

We invite you to visit our website and follow along with us on Facebook for more tour news and information on admission!  Be sure to check out Friday night’s Oyster Roast, delicious southern Plantation Tea at Winyah Indigo Society Hall daily, scrumptious Bake Sale and much-talked-about Art Show and sale where you can take home gorgeous works of art at incredible prices!  We hope to see you there.

Feb-24-18 12:00 am - Feb-24-18 3:00 pm
Georgetown
Address: 301 Screven Street, Georgetown, SC