Magnolia Plantation
     
 

Camellia Special January 2016
HALF-PRICE ADMISSION WITH COUPON

Complete the form below and submit. The Half-Price Admission discount coupon will be emailed to the email address you provide below (offer valid January 1, 2016 through January 31, 2016, a printed coupon is required, one coupon per ticket is required, and Magnolia will not accept images of the coupon on cell phones, tablets or other electronic devices). Don't forget to "Like" us on Facebook before submitting the form.

 

     
 
 
 


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Half-Price admission coupon offered in January 2016

This half-price special is being extended to our visitors to celebrate Magnolia being the only garden in South Carolina with the prestigious Garden of Excellence award from the International Camellia Society. Only a handful of gardens in the United States has received this distinction. The half-price admission offer begins Jan. 1 and expires Jan. 31, 2016.

A printed coupon is required to take advantage of this half-price offer. You will need to complete the form above, print the coupon you get via email, and redeem it at the Magnolia ticket booth to receive the offer. One printed coupon per ticket is required. Magnolia will not accept images of the coupon on cell phones, tablets or other electronic devices. This special admission coupon can't be combined with other discounts. It is only valid on the day of the visit, and it can't be used to obtain a refund for a previous paid visit.

This offer opens Magnolia to other daily self-guided and guided tours. For an additional cost of $8, visitors can stroll along an elevated walkway through the Audubon Swamp Garden. Guided tours, which also cost $8 each, include: a 30-minute tour of the main house filled with antiques and the history of the Drayton family; a 45-minute ride on a nature tram to see abundant wildlife; or a 45-minute presentation on the African-American contributions to Magnolia's gardens during the award-winning "From Slavery to Freedom" cabin tour.