The Landscape of Slavery:
Tour and Landscape Walk at Drayton Hall
In association with The Gibbes Museum of Arts’s exhibit entitled The Landscape of Slavery: The Plantation in American Art, this in-depth guided tour will explore existing landscape features, archaeological sites, maps, and documents, to reveal the actual landscape of slavery as it existed centuries ago.
Oral history from Drayton Hall’s African-American population will provide additional insights and commentary on the roles and contributions of the enslaved people to the plantation complex. This program, developed and led by Drayton Hall’s senior staff, offers visitors an exceptional opportunity to expand their knowledge in a format that facilitates inquiry. As such, walkabouts are limited to groups of 15; light refreshments will be provided. Tickets are $25 for adults; free to Friends of Drayton Hall.
For more information, please call 843-769-2638 or visit the Drayton Hall website.