Located in a railroad storage depot listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Music Farm is your station for ... More
Located in a railroad storage depot listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Music Farm is your station for live music. Outside, the building looks like what it was, a train depot. On the inside, hog wire, sheet metal and plywood convey the feeling of a farm gone electric. Although the majority of acts that play here are not typical radio fare, the Farm has featured nationally known jazz, bluegrass, reggae, folk and rock music acts since 1991. And unlike most music venues, the bar is easy to access.
This theater is housed on the restored site of the first building designed for theatrical performances in the United States.
In reverence to this rich heritage, the city of Charleston purchased the adjacent hotel and set about restoring the ...
Located in the heart of historic Charleston, on Marion Square, the Francis Marion Hotel has offered gracious service and elegant
accommodations since 1924. The hotel has been meticulously restored, and artfully combines 1920s style and grace with modern comfort ...
Built in 1763 by John Rutledge, a signer of the US Constitution, the John Rutledge House Inn is located approximately
three blocks from Charleston's historic market area. It is also two miles from downtown Charleston and the city marina, ...
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