Wentworth Mansion

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2016 Historic Hotels of America Awards of Excellence

Completed in 1886, the Second Empire-style Wentworth Mansion offers a fine collection of antiques and a sumptuous atmosphere. The opulence of the Gilded Age was melded with the need to accommodate children and grandchildren to create Francis Silas Rodgers’ four-story private residence. Its elegant interiors are accented with wrought-iron ornamentation, handcarved and tin ceilings, parquet floors, Tiffany stained glass windows, and marble fireplaces. A winding staircase leads to the cupola and a spectacular, panoramic view of the city.

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Location Map

Experience the Nathaniel Russell House, Magnolia Plantation and Gardens, The Battery, and Fort Sumter National Monument nearby.

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Discover

Discover the Wentworth Mansion's Second Empire-style architecture.

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Explore

Explore Fort Sumter National Monument.

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Experience

Experience the Old Slave Mart Museum.

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Taste

Taste many regional favorites at the Circa 1886 restaurant.

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