We are the Official Guide for Things to do in Charleston! Find out about the best things to see and do during your upcoming visit. From Ghost Tours to Carriage Rides, Culinary Tours to Fishing Charters, Charleston, Sullivan Island, Folly Beach, Mt. Pleasant, Shopping on King St, Walks through the Historic District, those hidden gems only the locals know about, Things to do with Kids, Things to do with the Family; we have it all for you here at Charleston.com.
Dolphin Watch, Lighthouse and Shelling Tour
Dolphin Watch Tickets
2223 Folly Rd
This private, two hour boat adventure is what Folly Beach & Charleston is really all about. You'll cruise through calm rivers lined with oyster beds and exotic birds as your captain, a Charleston native, looks for the Bottlenose Dolphins. Watching them swim next to the boat is exciting, but if they're feeding in the shallows it's spectacular! Next you'll be dropped off on a barrier island to look for shells where Civil War soldiers fought, died and are still buried.
Charleston Ghost and Graveyard Tours
Ghost & Graveyard Tour Tickets
40 N Market St
This is the only tour that can take you into Charleston’s oldest graveyard at night! View Charleston’s famous tombstones and explore the streets and alleyways of our haunted Historic District while listening to stories of ghosts, haunted houses, and superstitions.
2 Hour Custom Charter Boat
Charter Boat Tickets
69 41st Ave
Isle Of Palms,
Tidalwave offers custom Charter Excursions. Ranging from an intimate backwater getaway to an all day party on the water. We will cater our packages to your specific needs. Here are a few popular ones but as always the final decision is up to you.
Haunted Jail Tour
Haunted Jail Tour Tickets
40 N Market St
As seen on The Travel Channel’s Ghost Adventures, The Old City Jail (circa 1802) is believed by many to be Charleston’s Most Haunted Building. Dark and sinister, the Jail housed some of Charleston’s most infamous criminals, pirates, and Civil War prisoners, many of whom still live there in the afterlife.
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Double Key Treasure Hunts
Will you find the hidden treasure?
More than 80 years ago Robert Jamison joined the Double Key Treasure Hunt Society, hid a treasure, and wrote a clue letter. Then it was lost. You’ve just found it! Solve the clues as you explore Charleston’s historical sites.
The treasure you find will only be part of the riches taken home! The memories of this adventure will last a lifetime!
This treasure hunt is geared to adults, teens and children. Packages come ready to use; the clues written and the treasure hidden. For groups of 2-8 people.
Experience your own REAL treasure hunt!
Capers Wildlife Exploration
Enjoy a 3.5 hour boat excursion as we venture to Capers Island, one of the few remaining undeveloped barrier islands. We will cruise through winding tidal creeks to find diverse wildlife living in this salt marsh environment.
Our parasailing captains are experienced in parasailing to offer you the excitement of flying on up to 800 feet of line above the ocean!
USS Yorktown Ghost Tour
This approximate 90 minute guided tour will walk you through a haunted, historical journey in which you will hear about the heroic sacrifices and the ghosts that have been reported to haunt the USS Yorktown.
SUP Eco Tour
We offer a great location for the combination of wildlife viewing and fitness on our guided Stand-Up Paddleboard (SUP) tours. You will see pelicans, dolphins, otters and more.
Known as one of the most popular beaches in the Charleston Area, Folly Beach is often referred to as the "Edge of America."
This beautiful oceanfront is equipped with a sand volleyball court, picnic areas, a children's play area and more.
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Featuring five challenging and visually appealing golf courses, Kiawah Island caters to all different variations of golfers.
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Located at 135 Meeting Street, The Gibbes Museum of Art is a staple of the artistic presence in Charleston.
The Charleston Museum is often referred to as "America's First Museum." Located in the heart of Downtown Charleston.
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Attractions include everything from a rock climbing wall and batting cages to miniature golf, a driving range and more...
Located in Palmetto Islands County Park, Splash Island caters to every age; from a toddler pool to towering water slides.
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1000's of exquisite flowers and plants make up the extensive gardens. Some sections of the gardens are more than 325 years old.
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Individual vendors sell their products in open-aired buildings, and the whole aura of the market is centered around a very historic feel
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