The Joseph Manigault House is a historic house museum at 350 Meeting Street 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.Description and historyThe Manigault House is located near the center of the Charleston peninsula, at the corner of Meeting and John Streets. It is a three story bri
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We are preserving the legacy of Philip Simmons, Master Blacksmith, (1912 - 2009). Known for his decortative ironworks, the entire city of Charleston, SC is a museum of his creativity.
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Preserving Charleston's Rail Heritage
Of Charleston's many fine house museums, only the Edmondston-Alston House commands a magnificent view of Charleston Harbor.
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From this point, Southern sympathizing cadets interested in preserving the interests of SC and the South fired on the Federally controlled Fort Sumter.
Preserving Charleston's history, architecture, and culture
The Old Slave Mart Museum, located at 6 Chalmers St., recounts the story of Charleston's role in this inter-state slave trade by focusing on the history of this particular building and site and the slave sales that occurred here.