Named for the eight Lord Proprietors who founded
the colony of Carolina in 1670. The hall is an excellent
place for receptions, registration areas for conferences
or meetings, or for use by caterers when setting up
refreshment or buffet tables. The hall leads visitors to
the auditorium and the Wachovia rooms.
A modern, 220-seat, state-of-the-art presentation
space perfect for lectures, training seminars,
audio visual presentations, annual meetings, and
Wachovia Conference Room
A large, multi-purpose space, accommodating
groups from 10 to 200. Movable walls make
this space easily adaptable for a small board
meeting, a seated meal, or a large reception.
The Carolina Garden is landscaped with flora
common to South Carolina. Species represented
include hosta, magnolia, daylily, and the palmetto
tree. The garden layout is representative of the
state's three primary regions; Upstate, Midlands,
and the Lowcountry.