Festival Oyster Roast and Picnic
|Fun for the whole family, the Festival Oyster Roast and Picnic held on Good Friday will allow you to experience the unique culinary pleasures of the Carolina Lowcountry at historic Drayton Hall Plantation, a property of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
Built when George Washington was only six years old, this National Historic Landmark, c. 1738, is the only main plantation house on the historic Ashley River to predate the Revolutionary War.
This event will introduce guests to the culinary pleasures of the Lowcountry with steamed oysters as appetizers, along with other Southern cuisine, beer, wine and soft drinks.
Admission includes a guided tour of the historic house and grounds as well an Easter egg hunt for the younger crowd.