• SC Society Hall

    Architecture

    South Carolina Society Hall, constructed 1799-1804, was designed by local “gentleman architect,” Gabriel Manigault.

  • SC Society Hall

    Elegance

    South Carolina Society Hall has a history of elegance, charm, and gallantry that is still felt in its rare ambiance.

  • SC Society Hall

    Receptions

    Wedding receptions and formal receptions in the traditional setting of historic downtown Charleston.

  • SC Society Hall

    Banquets

    Elegant dining for private receptions, corporate events, and business meetings.

  • SC Society Hall

    Interior

    One of Charleston’s finest architectural resources, embodying the Federal Period and Greek Revival styles.

 

“POSTERITATI”

NOTE: the Hall will re-open in Spring 2018.
If you have questions or want to discuss reservation scheduling for the future, please contact us.
We are excited about the renovations and look forward to hearing from you.

South Carolina Society Hall was designed by Gabriel Manigault and built between 1799 and 1804. The portico, designed by Frederick Wesner, was added in 1825. It is regarded as one of the most historic and beautiful buildings in the nation.