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Exploring Charleston

Tourists on the town...

Charleston, the South Carolina port city founded in 1670, is defined by its cobblestone streets, horse-drawn carriages and pastel antebellum houses, particularly in the elegant French Quarter and Battery districts. The Battery promenade and Waterfront Park both overlook Charleston Harbor, while Fort Sumter, a federal stronghold where the first shots of the Civil War rang out, lies across the water.

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Middleton Place

Visit Middleton Place for horse back riding, walking through the gardens and historic plantation homes

The Charleston Peninsula

The Peninsula has so many things to see and do. Enjoy 5 star restaurants, boutique shopping, horse drawn carriage tours, ghost tours, the City Market and so much more.

Magnolia Plantation

Magnolia Plantation

Visit Magnolia Plantation to experience real beauty from where scenes from "The Notebook" was filmed. Take a canoe ride through the swan filled swamps and walk through the breathtaking gardens. 

Battery Park

Walk south down King Street to the Battery Park

to get a piece of history and relax under the huge

live oak trees. 


Rainbow Row

Stroll down Rainbow Row and immerse yourself in the

history and southern charm of the Holy City

The Gaillard Center

South Carolina Aquarium

Visit the Charleston aquarium for a fun time with the otters and learn about our oceans from the turtle hospital. The aquarium is located right on the Charleston Harbor where you can watch the dolphins play and learn about our South Carolina birds and wildlife. 

The Gaillard Center

Experience a show at the breathtaking Gaillard Center located in the heart of Charleston

South Carolina Aquarium
Dock Street Theatre

Dock Street Theatre

The Dock Street Theatre is a theater in the historic French Quarter neighborhood of downtown Charleston, South Carolina.

The structure, which was built as a hotel in 1809 and converted to a theater in 1935, occupies the site of the first building in the Thirteen Colonies designed for use as a theater.[4] It has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1973.

The Pineapple Fountain

Waterfront Park is an eight-acre 

park along approximately one-half mile of the Cooper River in Charleston, South Carolina. The park received the 2007 Landmark Award from the 

American Society of Landscape Architects and the National Trust for Historic Preservation


The Aurther Ravenel Bridge

The Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge (also known as the Ravenel Bridge and the Cooper River Bridge[3]) is a cable-stayed bridge over the Cooper River in South Carolina, US, connecting downtown Charleston to Mount Pleasant. The bridge has a main span of 1,546 feet (471 m), the third longest among cable-stayed bridges in the Western Hemisphere.

Folly Beach

Folly is know for it's "funky Folly" vibe, local surfers, artists, live music & great food! You will witness unforgettable sunsets, beautiful egrets & warm waters. 

Folly is a popular spot for the shark tooth hunters & dolphin lovers. 

Local Tip:

Have an early dinner at Jack of Cups! 

Folly Beach
Crosby's Seafood

Crosby's Seafood

Stop at Crosby's for the freshest local seafood. Buy fresh and cook yourself, fish on the dock or grab fresh food from the Crosby's food truck. 

Located on the Folly River in

Folly Beach, SC.

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