During our short stay in Charleston, we wanted to take advantage of the beauty and history that the city is known for. Magnolia Plantation and Gardens is just that. The scenery is breathtaking and I cannot get over the Spanish Moss that the south is known for. It adds so much character and beauty to the landscape. The bridges throughout the gardens are also beautiful. Very reasonably priced as well. 15$ to get in but through November/December they are holding a canned food drive so that if you bring 1 can of non-perishable food, you receive 1 free entry. So with the 15$ saved, we took advantage of one of the tours they offer: The Slavery to Freedom tour. This tour is what made the trip worth it. I was not expecting to learn so much in such a short time! The plantation itself holds so much history and they have employees who have lived on the plantation for decades! They are the true storytellers who have passed down some amazing history. I would recommend this attraction to anyone visiting the area. This is a place I would love to go back to in the spring time to see how the gardens look in full bloom. You could literally walk around and tour the property all day so make sure you leave time to do so!