Listed on theNational Register of Historic Places.
‘A variety of tours are offered including the slave quarters and the family home. Tram tours are led by naturalists and visitors often see alligators, turtles, snakes, peacocks and waterfowl. The gardens are one of the oldest INFORMAL gardens in the U.S. with cooperation with nature rather than control of nature’.Adapted from article about Charleston by Judith Evans.
The house and gardens are open daily; an admission fee is charged.
The plantation dates to 1676 when Thomas and Ann Drayton built a house and small formal garden on the site.
(The plantation remains under the control of the Drayton family after 15 generations.).’
Source – Wikipedia
There is a lovely blog post related to Magnolia Plantation, magnolias and camellias entitled, Magnificent Magnolia Plantation: By Gene Phillips.