Kensington Plantation
Event Capacity: 500 Guests

This beautiful venue, situated on 600+ acres, is located on Huger Creek (eastern branch of the Cooper River), features water views, grand oak trees and large barn. Kensington Plantation was originally part of a 12,000 acre tract of land known as Cypress Barony. The land was divided in 1709, and a portion was given the name Kensington in 1740. The rice plantation was purchased by the Stoney family in the 1950s and was submitted to the National Register of Historic Places in 2002. 

The Plantation boasts a 12 acre, regulation size Polo Field and beautiful horses - the perfect backdrop for exquisite photography and Southern gentility.