Cozy bars, interesting history, and top sights from Charleston City Market to Port of Charleston Cruise Terminal—discover it all in Downtown Charleston.
Historical Buildings, Churches and Cathedrals
Purchase food, jewelry and handicrafts in the market and learn about local tradition, the Civil War and slavery at its museum.
Stroll the city’s waterfront esplanades at sunset, when the afternoon sun begins to dip and the harbor is lit with soft colors.
See an array of aquatic creatures, including an albino alligator, in underwater habitats ranging from salt marshes to coastal plains.
Learn about pirates and examine the cannons and military memorials in an enchanting riverside park with fortifications that once defended the city.
This 19th-century mansion is remarkable for its circular dining room, self-supporting three-story spiral staircase and elaborate detailing.
Examine the impressive design and décor of this museum that was once a mansion where wealthy families lived and slaves labored.
Sit in the lap of luxury as you cruise the streets of Charleston in style and comfort, on an amazing carriage ride. Expert guidance, professionalism and knowledge await your arrival to explore this iconic destination.
Immerse yourself in the colonial past, American heritage, and pre-war beauty of Charleston on this tour of the city's historic heart. After scoping out landmarks from Rainbow Row to the City Market, visit a restored mansion for a true glimpse of what life was like here in the country's early days.
Encounter the best that Charleston has to offer on this informative and memorable walking tour devoted to the city's history.
Feel the magic of Charleston on a pair of tours that show you the best of this venerable city. A relaxing ride takes you to the historic homes and landmarks that fill the town, and then a boat cruise on Charleston Harbor shows you the gentle waters that helped shape American history.
On this 35 minute tour you will have an opportunity to see the "Holy City" during the best part of the day. The Evening Tour of Historic Charleston is an abbreviated version of the Daytime Tour allowing guests to see the highlights of this beautiful city in just over a half an hour.
Climb aboard the Carolina Belle for a daytime voyage through Charleston's harbor. This sightseeing cruise covers more than 20 miles (32 km) and 300 years of interesting area history. Come experience Charleston's history by sailing aboard the Carolina Belle.
Making a menu of one of the premiere foodie destinations
Indulging in art, food and history on a weekend in Charleston
Experiencing the charm of Charleston, his way and her way
Charleston Historic District is a historic, walkable neighborhood with convenient options for restaurants and bars. The neighborhood has many appealing features, among them its architecture and college atmosphere. You can satisfy your cultural palate with the churches and shopping.
French Quarter is a historic, walkable neighborhood with convenient options for bars and restaurants. You can satisfy your cultural palate with the churches and live music.
North-Central is a welcoming neighborhood.