Heyward-Washington House

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Top 2% in Charleston About the TripExpert Score

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Home of Thomas Heyward, patriot leader and signer of the Declaration of Independence. Full review →

Don't miss the formal gardens, which contain plants commonly used in the area in the late 18th century.

Frommer's 35

In a district of Charleston called Cabbage Row, this red-brick Georgian-style house was built in 1772 by Daniel Heyward, aka “the rice king.” Full review →


Lonely Planet

Contains some lovely examples of Charleston-made mahogany furniture. Full review →


Michelin Guide 53

Lawyer and patriot Thomas Heyward was the original owner of this red-brick double house. The site on which the home stands is within the boundaries of the old walled city. Full review →



Built in 1772, this was the townhome of Thomas Heyward Jr., Revolutionary patriot and signer of the Declaration of Independence. Full review →

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