Magnolia Cemetery

Leave it to Magnolia the oldest public burial ground in Charleston , the beautiful Magnolia Cemetery was originally a 1790s rice plantation. This Victorian cemetery was founded in 1849 on the banks of the Cooper River in Downtown Charleston is […]

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Lights of Magnolia

Chinese lanterns will glow for four months beginning November 15 at Magnolia Plantation and Gardens, illuminating America’s oldest garden at night for the first time in its 343-year history. Magnolia Plantation and Gardens has partnered with the Zigong Lantern Group […]

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Lights of Magnolia

Chinese lanterns will glow for four months beginning November 15 at Magnolia Plantation and Gardens, illuminating America’s oldest garden at night for the first time in its 343-year history. Magnolia Plantation and Gardens has partnered with the Zigong Lantern Group in […]

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Magnolia Cemetery

The oldest public burial ground in Charleston is beautiful Magnolia Cemetery. Originally a 1790s rice plantation, this Victorian cemetery was founded in 1849 on the banks of the Cooper River in Downtown Charleston. Home to 35,000 permanent residents, including authors […]

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Let’s Take a Picnic!

Food eaten outdoors just tastes better. And sandwiches are perfect for picnics. Whether it’s peanut butter and jelly or something decadent and gourmet, if you pack it in a basket and head outside, it’s special. Picnics can be anything you […]

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