Don't miss Charleston Waterfront Park, located in the center of downtown. Spanning over 1,000 feet along Charleston ... More
Charleston Waterfront Park
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 the pavilion and watch ships come and go. Find an old-fashioned park bench in a shady spot and watch people stroll by as children romp on the large green and run along the palm tree-lined walkways. Two artfully designed enormous fountains invite children to splash and play.
I love this park. This was my second time going there and I love it each time. I love relaxing and looking out at the water and the boats. All in all it's a nice place to stop and relax from walking the tours or walking at the market.
My hubby and I have been living in separate states since March due to a job, so when he was stationed in SC we took in the views. It was nice to walk, sit and talk to each other. The view was fab. The whole area was just relaxing. There was a nice breeze and the sun was warm. Everyone in the area was nice even when you were looking into the yards and at their houses. I recommed this if you just want to take it easy or get away for a romantic stroll.
My family and I have gone for the last 17 years, Charleston itself is very beautiful, and very unique, but the waterfront park has always been a favorite place of mine, its a great place to be, a feel good spot. Ive also played in the fountain sence i was a little girl and that was always been a favorite, this is a must place to go.
The Waterfront Park is a nice little break if you've been walking around or sitting in traffic in downtown Charleston all day. There isn't anything to per say "do" at the park, just sit on a swing and watch the boats come in and out on the water. It's free of charge so it's a nice little place to visit.
I have been going to Charleston since I was a little girl. It is my favorite city of all time. Just walking through the city will put you in a relaxed mood. Everyone should take a visit to this city of history.
We always walk the park and stop and spend a few minutes in a big swing. We love watching the big freighters and the dolphins. Our kids have played in the fountain although I'm not sure that you are supposed to do that.
Thomas Heyward, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, built his splendid home in 1772. In 1791, the city rented
the home for use by an honored guest: George Washington. The building is decorated with Charleston manufactured furniture and ...
'Art extravaganza' would be the perfect way to describe Redux Contemporary Art Center. This non profit gallery provides a spotlight
for budding artists from all streams of creativity. Exhibitions, artist and curator lecture series, film screenings, classes and workshops, ...
Just entering this museum is a delight. The structure 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 Carolina ...