The best why to cover “something old” in a southern wedding is at a beautiful historic location. From plantations to mansion, Charleston, SC, is full of historic wedding venues to tie the knot. These locations hold a special place in our hearts and history… in our pasts and our futures. If you’re looking for a historic wedding venue with charm and character, head on over to Charleston. And if you need ride for your wedding, Ride GCT is available with luxury group transportation.
From intimate to larger scale weddings, a landmark wedding venue is sure to provide a one-of-a kind experience for your special day. If you’re looking for a wedding with iconic Southern flair, check out some of our favorite historic homes and landmarks in Charleston.
William Aiken House
The William Aiken House is an 18th century mansion located on Upper King Street. The mansion features high ceilings, huge windows, hardwood floors, two dazzling ballrooms filled with crystal chandeliers, a private garden, and the two-century-old magnolia tree.
Cannon Green is a 19th home that has been transformed into a garden-inspired restaurant. A rustic but modern feel, Cannon Green offers a vaulted ceiling Trolley Room and a palmetto-lined courtyard.
Boone Hall Plantation
Boone Hall is “America’s Most Photographed Plantation.” The Cotton Dock, known as the Belle Of The Hall, is the most famous and popular wedding venue at Boone Hall Plantation. Nestled in majestic tidal marsh, it is sure to make a lasting impression for your special day.
The Gadsden House
Located right in the heart of downtown Charleston, The Gadsden House is an 18th century Federal style manor. The venue features a 5,000 square feet of reception space, beautiful parlor rooms, high ceilings, and crystal chandeliers.
Magnolia Plantation and Gardens
Magnolia Plantation and Gardens offers weddings with a backdrop of ancient oak groves and well-maintained gardens. The grounds offer perfectly manicured gardens, carriage house, conservatory, veranda, and pavilion on the banks of the Ashley River.
Poogan’s Porch is a beautifully restored Victorian home. The renowned Southern restaurant was named after a dog, and is a favorite wedding spot for animal lovers.
If you’re looking for a historic wedding venue in Charleston, these and so much more are ready to make for a day you’ll never forget. Book a ride to manors, mansions, and plantations throughout Charleston with Ride GCT.