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Memorial to the Enslaved

Goodwood Museum & Gardens, a former plantation, will create a memorial to all people enslaved on the property from approximately 1832 until 1865. A permanent outdoor memorial site has been chosen on a half-acre space adorned with several large live oaks and a bank of azaleas. The memorial will list the names of known enslaved persons, and will be a site for sober contemplation and remembrance. It will also be a site for meeting, teaching, community engagement, and healing.

For more information or to get involved, visit our memorial page.

Goodwood Virtual Experiences

Can’t get here in person? Online tours and collections can provide entertaining and educational opportunities for our virtual visitors. Also, check out our YouTube channel for archived programming.

Goodwood is Pleased to Return to Our Regular
Main House Tour Schedule.

The grounds are free and open to the public during regular museum hours. Tours take an average of 1 hour and 30 minutes. Please plan accordingly.

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