Joseph Manigault House, Charleston

#17 of 38 in Historic Sites in Charleston
Historic Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
The Joseph Manigault House is a historic house museum in Charleston, South Carolina that is owned and operated by the Charleston Museum. Built in 1803, it was designed by Gabriel Manigault to be the home of his brother, and is nationally significant as a well-executed and preserved example of Adam style architecture. It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1973.
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  • Taking this Viator tour was an interesting experience as you learned a lot about the life in this house and the slaves that served them. It also provided information about some terms that describe...  more »
  • I went to the Heyward-Washington House and they suggested a combo ticket to visit this house as well, so I got the discounted combo ticket. The house itself is quite striking with period era...  more »
  • What an incredible home that has been fully restored to historical levels. The tour guides are wonderful and the furniture is historical too. Thanks for a great tour!
  • Had a wonderful tour of the house. The staff is very nice and very informative. I would definitely recommend it to anyone visiting Charleston.

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