Joseph Manigault House

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Fodor's Tick Choice

The National Historic Landmark reflects the urban lifestyle of a well-to-do rice-planting family and the African Americans they enslaved. Full review →


Frommer's 35

This elegant red-brick mansion was built in 1803 for wealthy rice planter Joseph Manigault (a descendant of French Huguenots). Full review →


Lonely Planet

The three-story house was once the showpiece of a French Huguenot rice planter. Full review →


Michelin Guide Tick 0 Stars

Typical of the Adam style of architecture, the house incorporates a variety of shapes and delicately carved woodwork in addition to its fine period furnishings. Full review →



Built in 1803, this home is a premier example of Adam-style, or Federal, architecture. Full review →

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