AULDBRASS TOUR

OUR NEXT AULDBRASS TOUR IS SCHEDULED FOR
NOVEMBER 7th and 8th 2015

Get Ready…..

Ticket Price: $110

Tickets will go on sale for the general public Aug. 17th. At that time you can call the office OR purchase them here on our website (preferred). Just visit our virtual gift shop at the top of the page. Do not hesitate! The tickets will sell out very fast!

Lunch can be purchased for an additional $20 when you buy your ticket. It will be catered By Jimmy Fitts Southern BBQ and served at Parker’s Ferry Plantation.

About the Plantation:

Although Frank Lloyd Wright designed over 1000 projects during his long and prolific career, Auldbrass in Yemassee, South Carolina, is the only plantation among them. It is also one of the largest and most complex projects he ever undertook. Wright had an unusually intense commitment to Auldbrass, and worked on it, off and on, for over twenty years, from 1938 until his death in 1959. In 1986, film producer Joel Silver bought Auldbrass, and with the help of Eric Lloyd Wright, the grandson of Frank Lloyd Wright, he meticulously restored this stunning architectural gem. (Please note, this is a self guided walking tour of the expansive grounds of Auldbrass Plantation.) Click on the following link to read a New York Times article about Auldbrass.

Pictures of the tour:

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Important things to remember

Photography inside any building is STRICTLY PROHIBITED

No cell phones allowed inside buildings

No pets allowed (service dogs only)

No coolers allowed

No children under 12 years old

No touching or feeding the animals (caution – electric fence)

Sensible shoes strongly recommended (it is a self guided walking tour)

Tour maps will be distributed on site

Restroom facilities are available

 

Frequently Asked Questions

When is the tour?

Auldbrass is open to the public every other year for one weekend in November. Your ticket allows you entry on Saturday or Sunday from 10-4.

How long is the tour?

The walk can be done comfortably in 2 hours. Since it is self guided times will vary. Docents will be available along the way to answer any questions.

Is there food included?

Water is provided at no cost. Lunch is provided, at an additional cost, at a nearby location.