59: Frank Lloyd Wright / Auldbrass Tour
Yemassee/Beaufort/Charleston SC

This amazing complex of buildings is only open to the public for two days every two years! 

The C. Leigh Stevens House and Plantation, aka Auldbrass.  You'll roam the grounds and tour with one of their highly experienced guides.



Scheduled to visit:  The 2005 Low Country Residence, designed by Frank Harmon, which won a National AIA award in 2009; The River House by Charleston architect Whitney Powers; and Seven Sisters, a new house by Frank Harmon.

Tickets:  Act quickly, NCMH tours tend to sell out!  General Public:  $599 dbl occupancy, $669 single; Mod Squad members $549 dbl occupancy, $599 single. Almost everything is included:  Parking at FastPark (see map below); roundtrip air-conditioned, wifi-equipped, restroom-equipped luxury touring bus; all admissions; lunch and breakfast both days; beverages and snacks on the bus, double-occupancy hotel with free wifi.  A single-occupancy hotel room has an extra charge. 

Not included:  Dinner on Saturday night.  Check out Beaufort restaurants online before you go.  Reservations are suggested.  We're working on arranging transportation from the hotel to downtown.

The Fine Print

NCMH trips happen rain, snow, or shine.  There are no refunds for any reason except in the unlikely event of cancellation.  However, you are free to transfer tickets to anyone without penalty (just email or call us).  As with all NCMH events, your name will be on the registration list, so tickets are not mailed.

Plan to arrive at FastPark at least by 6:30am.  It's going to be an amazing trip and a tight schedule, so if you're not on the bus by 7am sharp, we will leave without you!

The itinerary, number, and order of buildings are subject to change without notice or refund.  

All participants are required to sign a liability release after final payment for the trip.  Please return this right after payment.  You will not be allowed to participate without a completed, signed form.

Some buildings are not handicap-accessible.  Participants must navigate stairs unaided and be able to walk for at least a hour at a time.  Strollers are not permitted inside any buildings. 

To protect the house floors, all participants must remove shoes (or BYO booties). There is no food or drink allowed inside the houses.  Photography is allowed at Auldbrass only outside.  For the Sunday houses, photography is ok anywhere.

Architects can get self-reported CEU hours if arranged in advance with the AIA. Food and drink are allowed on the bus.  Refreshments and snacks will be provided on board.  Coolers are not allowed on the bus.  You may bring a cooler but it must go underneath the bus at all time.  No glass bottles or containers.

Questions?  Contact NCMH Director George Smart 919.740.8407.