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Stunning Charles Towne Landing Elopement Location

Updated: Feb 5

Charles Towne Landing State Historic Park is located on a marshy point off the Ashley River in Charleston, SC. English settlers landed here in 1670 and established what would become the birthplace of the Carolina colony.


The grounds include 80 acres of gardens, with an elegant live oak alley and the Legare Waring House. This area is a favorite for elopements and engagement photo shoots! The Legare Waring House can be rented for large weddings or other special gatherings.




Guests can step aboard and tour the Adventure, Charleston's only 17th century relics sailing ship!






There is over 6 miles of trails as well as a zoo with otters, bears, bison, and more!



The park is open daily from 9-5. As you can see from the photos above and below, this park offers beautiful scenery, as well as historically significant, for a small entrance fee of $12 per person.





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The park in undeniably a very romantic setting! But don't forget to have fun! Show your personality around the cannons, barrels, shackles, etc...











I hope this location has inspired your elopement vision! We offer elopement packages that can be personalized to your needs! The most common package for this location is the Fairy Tale Elopement Package! Contact us today to check our availability! You can also email us anytime with any questions! Photo shoots require tickets, while elopements require elopement approval through the park. Scroll to the bottom for additional information.




You can view more photos of this location on our Pinterest Board. You can also follow us on Facebook or Instagram for new photos!




Charles Towne Landing Map

The address of Charles Towne Landing is 1500 Old Towne Rd, Charleston, SC 29407. Their official website is https://southcarolinaparks.com/charles-towne-landing. Photo credits go to Penny Reynolds of Charleston Elopements, Allison of Allison Hanson Photography, Dennis of Charleston Photoart, Chris and Cami Photography, Sloan Photography, and images from the parks website above.

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