The attack on Fort Sumter was Charleston's first experience in the Civil War, but certainly not the most vivid. In 1863, ... More
Civil War Walk
The attack on Fort Sumter was Charleston's first experience in the Civil War, but certainly not the most vivid. In 1863, The Union and Confederate armies descended on the port city in a siege that virtually devastated the town. The tour was founded and is led by export tour guide who will introduce you to people, places and events that shaped that pivotal period of Charleston's history. Reservations are required and the tour is for groups of 20 people or more.
Just entering this museum is a delight; the structure itself extends out over Charleston Harbor and as guests draw near
the entrance, they enter beneath a beautiful stained glass wall. Entering the Great Hall, the centerpiece is the breathtaking ...
Don't miss Charleston Waterfront Park, located in the center of downtown. Spanning over 1,000 feet along Charleston Harbor, this is
a must see for any walking tour of the city. Sit on one of several family sized swings on ...
In existence since 1676, Magnolia Plantation & Gardens is a journey back through time. Walking along a numbered path, you
will find many beautiful cypress and live oak trees along the river. The Barbados Tropical Garden, Biblical Garden, and ...
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