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Things To Do in Charleston
What’s a Charleston vacation without seeing as much of Charleston as you can? You can start the day by taking a horse drawn carriage tour through the historic district and see home of the great sites that have shaped Charleston to be the place it is today. Feeling a little spooked? Take a walking tour through Charleston and see some of the most haunted sites. Don’t forget to walk along the Ashley River or tour the museums. They are full of information about Charleston! Tour some of Charleston’s homes and Rainbow Row to see how Charleston’s residents live. Charleston is full of great sites to see and these tours are a great way to see them. The charm of Charleston is sure to win you over. Looking for something else to do as well, here is a complete list of things to do in Charleston, check out our attractions section.
Boone Hall Plantation has been recognized as the #1 Plantation in the Charleston area according to USA TODAY 10BEST. They offer a wide variety of tours designed to be both educational and entertaining for visitors of all ages. Boone Hall Plantation is one of the most diverse attractions in the area.Website
Fort Sumter Tours is an authorized National Park Service concessioner. We provide the only commercial boat transportation to Fort Sumter. We offer many departure times daily from two convenient locations, Liberty Square, downtown Charleston, or Patriots Point, in Mt. Pleasant.Website
Founded in 1773, this iconic museum is located in the heart of Downtown Charleston and is often referred to as "America's First Museum." An array of exhibits blend together to create the comprehensive display found in this museum, and the museum truly caters to each and every visitor.Website
Since its opening to the public in 1870, millions of visitors from all over the world have been able to enjoy everything that Magnolia has to offer. Thousands of exquisite flowers and plants make up the extensive gardens, and these gardens have been named the oldest public gardens in America.Website