Fall Flavor: A Historic Dining Experience

Savor the flavors of Fall with a unique 19th century dining experience at the Fountain Fox Beattie Home in Greenville.

Built in 1834 by textile merchant Fountain Fox Beattie for his bride Emily Edgeworth Hamlin, this Italianate style home, on the National Register of Historic Places, meticulously restored by Ryan and Jori Magg, will be open for one night only.  The evening includes tours of the home and grounds, historically inspired cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, period entertainment, and a full dinner menu inspired by 19th century recipes.

Adult Ticket Sales opening in August
Patron Tickets on sale NOW ($500.00) – 2 adults, priority seating and your name on the program

Tours at 6:00 PM
Dinner at 7:00 PM

Menu: Coming Soon!

Cocktail Attire

Rain Date – October 3, 2019

Proceeds from the event will benefit the Upcountry History Museum – Furman University, a Smithsonian Affiliate, in its mission to connect people, history, and culture. Through its collections, programs, and exhibitions the Museum preserves and interprets the history of the Upcountry South Carolina, while bringing quality museum offerings from around the world to the Upcountry to encourage people to discover the world and the Upcountry’s role in it.

The Museum extends its appreciation to:

Homeowners Ryan and Jori Magg

Event Sponsors:
Southern First and Dr. & Mrs. Jeffrey G. Lawson

PLEASE NOTE: There is no parking on the streets or at the Beattie home.  Parking will be at the Upcountry History Museum with a mini-bus shuttle to the home.  No cars will be allowed down the driveway.