Joseph Manigault House Garden, built in 1803, is one of Charleston’s finest pre-war buildings and is the city life of a wealthy family of rice farmers and African American slaves who lived there, mirrors this style.
The impressive central hall features an impressive spiral staircase and many rooms have been restored to their original colors. All rooms feature historical works from the museum’s collection, including early 19th century American, British and French furniture. Outside, there is a classic doorway temple overlooking the garden at that time. In addition, the annotation board is installed in the location of the adjacent historical building (kitchen, slave room, horses, kitchen, etc.).