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Image Credit: The watercolor of Drayton Hall was painted by Swiss-born artist and naturalist Pierre Eugene Du Simitiere (1736–1784), draytonhall.org

Drayton Hall

3380 Ashley River Road

Charleston, South Carolina 29414

Drayton Hall’s main house, galleries and landscape are open to the public Wednesday through Sunday weekly. Register online in advance or buy a ticket at the gate.

The Hutchinson House: An African American Heritage Resource on Edisto Island

If you did not see Part 1, we are pleased to share this video which details PART 1: THE HUTCHINSON HOUSE

The Hutchinson House stands as a rare, intact freedman’s house on Edisto Island. Once open to the public, it will serve as a museum and community gathering place. This past summer in part 1 of this webinar, the Edistio Island Open Land Trust was about to embark on the stabilization of the house.

~Explore the architecture: http://www.draytonhall.org/the-estate/architecture/

~Interactive Estate Map: http://www.draytonhall.org/the-estate/estate-map/

~Facebook Page with virtual events: https://www.facebook.com/DraytonHall

Event Calendar: https://www.draytonhall.org/visit/events-calendar/

Drayton Hall is one of the most remarkable houses in North America; in fact, it is the earliest and finest example of Palladian architecture in the United States.

The landscape of John Drayton is an expression of an 18th-century gentleman’s country seat, conceived along with the construction of Drayton Hall, which is centrally embedded within an early-English, picturesque landscape. John was also credited with utilizing many existing trees and native plants in his garden, while the landscape was further embellished with exotic plants by John’s son, Charles Drayton.

Link to the website: http://www.draytonhall.org

Image Credit: draytonhall.org

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