Places you should visit atleast once in Charleston, SC

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Many travelers say you can't leave Charleston without strolling this picturesque seawall along the city's southern tip,..


The Battery

Charleston, SC

With its centuries-old mansion and cobblestone streets, Charleston is like a living museum

Charleston Walking Tours


Charleston, SC

Spanning nearly 10 acres and located less than a mile north of The Battery, Waterfront Park has become a beloved..


Waterfront Park

Charleston, SC

After a few days exploring Charleston's historic sites, take some time to kick back, relax and enjoy the Southern sun

Folly Beach


Charleston, SC

To get a better view of the Charleston harbor (and maybe even spot some dolphins), consider signing up for a boat tour


Charleston Boat Tours

Charleston, SC

While some may say that the Charleston City Market is a bit of a tourist trap, others call it a great glimpse into life in the Old South

Charleston City Market


Charleston, SC

One of Charleston's most iconic points of interest, Rainbow Row comprises more than a dozen brightly painted historic..


Rainbow Row

Charleston, SC

Visitors will find one of Charleston's most photographed icons on Johns Island: the Angel Oak

Angel Oak


Charleston, SC

Comprising only 3


Sullivan's Island

Charleston, SC

If several days in Charleston proper have you longing for a do-nothing day at the beach, Isle of Palms might be just the ticket

Isle of Palms County Park


Charleston, SC

While Middleton Place's gardens attract those who like trimmed hedges and flower-lined paths, the Magnolia Plantation..


Magnolia Plantation & Gardens

Charleston, SC

Considered one of the best foodie cities in the USA, Charleston is famous for its low country cuisine and bevy of trendy restaurants

Charleston Food Tours


Charleston, SC

Founded in 1681, Boone Hall Plantation & Gardens is one of six plantations in the Charleston area


Boone Hall Plantation & Gardens

Charleston, SC

According to many, the Aiken-Rhett House Museum is a unique and educational place to learn about life in Charleston during the 19th century

The Aiken-Rhett House Museum


Charleston, SC

Dating back to 1738, Drayton Hall is one of the oldest surviving plantation houses left in the South


Drayton Hall

Charleston, SC

If there were ever a place to stop and smell the roses, this house would be it

Middleton Place


Charleston, SC

At the McLeod Plantation Historic Site, visitors can learn important information about Gullah and Geechee heritage


McLeod Plantation Historic Site

Charleston, SC

You probably remember Fort Sumter as the place where the first shot of the Civil War was fired, back in 1861

Fort Sumter National Monument


Charleston, SC

Home to more than 5,000 animals, the South Carolina Aquarium is a top-notch attraction for those traveling with young..


South Carolina Aquarium

Charleston, SC

Founded in 1773, the Charleston Museum is said to be the country's first museum, and with a focus on the South Carolina low country, it's a perfect..

The Charleston Museum


Charleston, SC

Opened in 1976, Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum serves to educate visitors on war history


Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum

Charleston, SC

Constructed at the turn of the 19th century by Nathaniel Russell – a wealthy Southern merchant – this historic home is known for its spiraling..

The Nathaniel Russell House Museum


Charleston, SC

Originally built in 1863 for the Confederate Army, the H


H.L. Hunley Submarine

Charleston, SC