Consistent with current city guidelines all guests are required to wear masks while inside the Museum regardless of their vaccination status.
Please purchase weekend tickets in advance.

Charleston Wedding Instagram Giveaway!

U L T I M A T E   W E D D I N G   G I V E A W A Y !

We’ve teamed up with some of the best in the wedding business over on the Gibbes Museum Events Instagram page (@gibbesmuseumevents) to give one lucky couple the ultimate #CharlestonWeddingGiveaway valued at $17,550! Scroll below to see what the lucky winner will receive and details on how to enter!










To Enter:
1. Follow all participating vendors over on the Gibbes Museum Events Instagram page (@gibbesmuseumevents)
2. Like all #CharlestonWeddingGiveaway Posts
3. Tag your S.O. or someone who’d love to win for bonus entries*

*Multiple entries increase your odds of winning.

The Details:

  • Giveaway based on 100-person wedding
  • Booking date must fall on or before June 30, 2020
  • All vendors are subject to availability.
  • Giveaway open to US residents 18+ yrs old only

Entries close at midnight February 27, 2019.

Winner will be announced Friday, March 1st 2019!

Participating Vendors


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