Historic Rosedale Plantation
Just minutes away from uptown Charlotte, Historic Rosedale Plantation is one of the finest examples of Federal period architecture in North Carolina. Originally part of a 911-acre plantation, Rosedale was built by Archibald Frew, a merchant, postmaster, and tax collector. The house was occupied in the 1830's by D. T. Caldwell and his family. Dr. Caldwell, in addition to his medical practice, ran the plantation with the support of 20 to 30 slaves. Historic Rosedale is located three miles northeast of uptown Charlotte between 36th Street and Sugar Creek Road at 3427 N. Tryon Street. Free parking and picnic area. Open for tours Thursday through Sunday at 1:30 and 3:00.
Use your CONNECT with CULTURE CARD
Present your ASC Connect with Culture card and get BoGo for 1:30 house tour unless closed for special events (not good for special events/programs).
Hours & Admission
Guided Tours Thursday - Sunday at 1:30 PM and 3:00 PM. Grounds open during business and tour hours. Visitors advised to call ahead.
Haunted History TourSeptember 27
Read It @ Rosedale: The Second Mrs. HockadaySeptember 28
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