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  In honor of Valentine’s Day, a reminder that there are many wonderful love stories which occurred at Drayton Hall in seven generations. This year we choose to share a…

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Revolutionary War period at Drayton Halll
African American history, Breaking News, Education

Corey Heyward, Wexler Curatorial Fellow at Drayton Hall, updated us recently on findings in her ongoing research into the Revolutionary War period at Drayton Hall. John Drayton, who constructed Drayton…

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African American history, Distinguished Speakers Series

In honor of Black History month, we hope you will join us virtually as we broadcast live the authors lecture of Ethan J. Kytle and Blain Roberts on their pivotal…

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Visitor Services

Drayton Hall is the one plantation you must see when visiting Charleston. We are pleased to offer visitors a new exclusive tour experience which is a lovely way for a…

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Development/Fundraising

“When I returned from being in the service, Drayton Hall grew on me. I can’t even describe it.  Drayton Hall means everything to me.”               …

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Colonoware Drayton Hall Collections Charleston SC
African American history, Archaeology

Pictured: 18th century colonoware bowl with crenulated rim emulating an English-made Staffordshire slipware bowl. Drayton Hall Archaeological Collection.  Artifact spotlight: Colonoware Only a small portion of the material culture in…

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