Events

The Foundation’s mission is supported through the generosity of preservation-minded donors, as well as the Foundation’s primary earned-income programs: the Charleston  Antiques Show, Spring Festival of Houses and Gardens, Licensed Products Program and retail shops. The Foundation fulfills its educational mission through the interpretation of its collections, public programs and two museum sites: the Nathaniel Russell House and the Aiken-Rhett House.

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Luncheon Lecture with guest speaker Rebecca Eaton

Date: 2/19/2016  |   Time: 12:00 PM

Acclaimed Downton Abbey producer Rebecca Eaton will inspire all things old-world and opulent as our featured speaker. Eaton has brought American audiences Downton Abbey, the most-watched drama in PBS history; Wolf Hall; the recent hits Sherlock and myriad other high-profile shows. She has transported audiences to other times and places through carefully researched and vividly rendered panoramas, and she invites us to peek behind the scenes at the creative process.
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2016 Spring Lecture

Date: 2/22/2016  |   Time: 6:00 PM

Join Doug Marcy, Coastal Hazards Specialist for NOAA Office for Coastal Management where he will speak about the effects of climate change and sea level rise on the Lowcountry.
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Morning History Walks-3/16/2016

Date: 3/16/2016  |   Time: 9:30 AM

Led by Charleston’s most experienced guides, these two-hour walking tours of the Old & Historic District provide the perfect background for the afternoon or evening house and garden tours.
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Meeting Street Tour 1

Date: 3/16/2016  |   Time: 2:00 PM

The grace, romance and worldliness of eighteenth and nineteenth century America survive in the traditional facades, stately drawing rooms, and important ironwork found on Meeting Street. Houses dates from the earliest period of settlement to larger, more imposing dwellings built in the Greek Revival and Italianate fashions.
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Morning History Walks-3/17/2016

Date: 3/17/2016  |   Time: 9:30 AM

Led by Charleston’s most experienced guides, these two-hour walking tours of the Old & Historic District provide the perfect background for the afternoon or evening house and garden tours.
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Legare Street Tour 1

Date: 3/17/2016  |   Time: 2:00 PM

After the American Revolution, expansive lots were created here. Estates with large houses and impressive gardens were established by some of the city's most prosperous residents.
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Collectors Circle Weekend Package

Date: 3/17/2016  |   Time: 6:00 PM

Members of the exclusive Collectors Circle will experience the best the Charleston Antiques Show has to offer.
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Preview Party

Date: 3/17/2016  |   Time: 7:00 PM

Experience a glamorous evening and an exclusive private preview of the show, set amid magnificent booths, before it is open to the public. Enjoy entertainment, delicious cocktails and hors d’oeuvres.
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Behind-the-Scenes Tour

Date: 3/18/2016  |   Time: 9:00 AM

Learn more about the world of design and antiques during an educational and entertaining private tour of the show floor.
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Morning History Walks-3/18/2016

Date: 3/18/2016  |   Time: 9:30 AM

Led by Charleston’s most experienced guides, these two-hour walking tours of the Old & Historic District provide the perfect background for the afternoon or evening house and garden tours.
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Preserve & Protect

Established in 1947, Historic Charleston Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to preserve and protect the historical, architectural and material culture that make up Charleston's rich and irreplaceable heritage. More>

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Historic Charleston Foundation
40 East Bay Street
Charleston, SC 29401
843-723-1623

Spring Festival and Antiques Show Ticket Office: 
108 Meeting Street
Charleston, SC 29401
843-722-3405
 

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