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All reviews the main house house tour fresco ceilings water tower event space prior owners a true gem several buildings beautiful grounds guided tour perfect setting several events reception area step back in time great visit second floor couple of hours
We loved having our daughter's wedding at Goodwood. It had a lovely setting for an outdoor wedding, outdoor cocktail hour, indoor reception and cottages for bridal party. Everything went very smoothly and staff were very easy to work with. The grounds were beautiful, parking ample....More
An association I am the President of met at Goodwood for a board meeting. We as a group love and support historic places and we had both a meeting then a reception and awards ceremony in one of the outbuildings. It was large and comfortable....More
We held our daughter's wedding at Goodwood in March of 2017. It was better than excellent! We could not say enough good things about this venue and JoAnn was a joy to work with. Highly recommend for a great place to visit if on vacation...More
Great property and restoration. The cafe is not open at this time. The property does not have many "gardens", but a great visit. The main house is amazing. We loved the original pieces of furniture throughout the property. There are no pieces of furniture brought...More
While our husbands were in a meeting, 7 of us ladies went on a guided tour of the plantation house/museum with a rather befuddled, 50's "vampish" tour guide. Every room is very full of curios, furniture, etc. original to the estate, and each has a...More
Visited here during Hurricane Irma. Beautiful grounds and very friendly staff. I did, however, notice a pretty glaring lack of information (or memorials) about the slaves that made this plantation function for so many years. Current information makes it seem like it is just a...More
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The grounds are free. But to go inside the buildings/museum you need to go on a guided tour. That costs $12. ($10 for people over 65) We did not do it because we did not have the time. But the lady said it would be at least... More
The grounds are free. But to go inside the buildings/museum you need to go on a guided tour. That costs $12. ($10 for people over 65) We did not do it because we did not have the time. But the lady said it would be at least an hour to do the tour.