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Magnolia Plantation and Audubon Swamp tour photos

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 04.26.2009
Magnolia Plantation, established in 1679 by Thomas Drayton and his wife Ann, is the oldest and most revered public garden in America. There are so many things to do and see you would need more than one visit to enjoy it fully. Hold on to your admission ticket to get another free entry.

Audubon Swamp
Fun things to do with kids (all included in the basic admission ticket, $15 adults, $10 children 6-12)
• Dinosaur and ammonites fossils dig
• Petting zoo
• The Maze
• Spotting alligators, snakes and egrets
• The wildlife observation tower
• Antebellum slave cabins
Here is a virtual photo tour of the gardens, petting zoo and the mysterious Audubon Swamp (this is extra $7):

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    1. » What kids love to do at Middleton Place near Charleston »South Carolina Family Attractions, Free, Affordable and Fun Things To Do Says:

      [...] you’re also planning to visit Magnolia Plantation, go after lunch when is less crowded. Make sure to see the Audubon Swamp, a world-renown [...]

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