The Mills House Wyndham Grand
Distinctive Charleston Event Space – Hibernian Hall
Located adjacent to our South Carolina hotel, Hibernian Hall was built in 1840. Although not a part of our hotel officially, we work very closely with Hibernian Hall to make your day fantastic. The venue is a well-known icon in the city. The hall offers over 6,000 square-feet of additional meeting and banquet space, as well as a 600 square-foot stage.
This National Historic Landmark was used as a meeting space for the Hibernian Society, an Irish benevolent organization established in 1801, which still uses the hall to this day. Hibernian Hall was designed by Thomas U. Walter of Philadelphia, who also designed the rotunda of the U.S. Capitol Building. The hall was used during the Democratic Convention of 1860, and is the first structure in Charleston, SC to be designed with pure Greek style. The original Ionic arches were destroyed in the earthquake of 1886 and replaced with Corinthian arches, which remain today.
The Hibernian Hall is host to an annual St. Patrick's Day celebration and many society functions. Discover why Hibernian Hall has been a top choice of Charleston meeting and event planners for more than a century.